Angus C MCINTYRE
1500 S. Memorial Dr.
Age 78, passed away at 6 p.m. Monday as a result of a fall. He was born November 5, 1894 in Eau Claire, Wis, and joined Kimberly Clark Corp. in 1914. He entered the navy during World War 1 and after that time returned to Little Chute, where he married in 1920 and reassociated with Kimberly Clark.. Mr. MCINTYRE spent 20 years in Niagra, Wis. and then moved to Appleton in 1945 where he retired as the Pulp Mill Superintendent of the Kimberly Clark Corp. in 1959. He was a member of the Sacred heart Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, fourth degree, the Perpetual Adoration Society of Sacred Heart, the Kimberly Clark Management Club of Kimberly Clark, the Technical Association ofhe Pulp and Paper Industry, and was the past Commander of the Niagra and Little chute American Legion. Posts. Mr McIntyre is survived by his wife, Lione VERSTEGEN MCINTYRE; two daughters, Mrs Wallace (Jean) KAEHLER, Evanston, Illinois, and Mrs. Marvin (Marge) BARTELS, Manitowoc; four sons, James A. MCINTYRE, M.D. Green Bay, Donald J MCINTYRE Esq. Sun Prairie, Thomas F. MCINTYRE, Madison and Angus R MCINTYRE Esq. Appleton; three sisters, Mrs Herbert ( Rosemary) THERMANSEN, Neenah, Mrs. James (Archina) WYSE, Appleton, and Mrs Joseph (Kathryn) GOETZ, Milwaukee; 24 grandchildren; and a great-grandson
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Rev. Wilbert Staudenmaier officiation
Intermant will follow in St. Mary Cemetery
Friends may call at the Wichmann Funeral Home from 4 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday and after 8 a.m. on Wednesday until the cortege leaves for the church<>The prayer and scripture service will be given at 8 on Tuesday evening. A memorial has been established for the Sacred Heart Catholic Church