Everett McIntosh

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Everett McIntosh
Everett McIntosh


Everett McIntosh


Everett McIntosh


Yes! Attending Reunion
Residing In: Elizabethton, TN USA
Spouse/Partner: Sandra
Occupation: Manager Packaging Engineering - Retired
Children: Kimberly Lynn McIntosh Sexton
Megan Sexton Grandchildren
Alex Sexton
Kari Sexton
Military Service: USMC  

At my age I only have a couple of regrets. First one was not being able to finish my senior year at Woodward as my sisters before me. I went to Lockland and graduated 1965. After HS, I attended night school at UC until I was drafted in 1969 and entered the Marine Corps at Parris Island :-) I was a Field Wireman and later a Security MP. I returned to UC and graduated in 1972 cum laude/76. Later my wife and I immigrated to Scotland in 1991 (Gourock) and later we moved to England (Terling Fields) in 1993. I am retired from Square D Company where I worked as Manager, Package Engineering. We currently live south of Lexington KY. Our daughter lives in Cinati and I have 3 special gkids ....each has their own talented "stuff". I don't feel any older but for some reason my pictures come out with "white" hair. I survived the "widow maker" on January 28, 2015 when I had open heart by-pass on this one little artery. NO heart attack, I paid attention to what my body was telling me!

School Story:

I will always remember meeting a girl (Beatrice) whose family had survived WWII in Europe. That took me out of my small world in the 7th grade. This wasn't like grade school in a small community. There was something about taking 2 buses to school, entering a building with 1000's of kids and without thinking you had seen everything now. It was more diversification than I had ever been exposed in my life. So many things!!

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Sep 15, 2023 at 7:11 PM

Veterans could always expect a note from Steven each year. Something small asking how you are doing. A thank you on Nov 11th. But he would tank me on the 10th too. And, asking how the family was doing. He sought me out at the 50th, and we chatted for a long time with others Friday night. Had to laugh. I had made duplicates of an original Pep Club pin Mr Tschofen(sp) gave to me. I had faceted some London Blue Topaz and the rest in Spinel as gifts set in silver and a couple in gold. He was just happy to get one. However, I was looking at the badge, he did not know it had a gemstone set instead of the basketball. 2 were freebies put in the basket full of them. Glad he got one of the 2.

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May 31, 2022 at 5:02 PM

Kathy Zins passed away from stomach cancer at a young age. I believe in her late 30s. She worked in a business office at the time. Her children went to Jerry as they were divorced. She is buried at Springgrove Cemetery. I have her bio saved somewhere.

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Nov 11, 2020 at 9:25 PM

Mike was a transplant survivor and was very ill for a number of years. It was unfortunate he could not attend the 50th. If you saw him in grade school he started life with one of the largest smiles with laughter in his eyes of anyone we knew. And who else was tall enough to be the Drum Major:-). Great photos of Mike and Diane Stone on the team together will still bring a smile to anyone. And he truely did have a family many would want to brag about. May God bless your sole in Heaven Mike.

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Posted on: Feb 14, 2018 at 8:23 AM

Happy Birthday (tomorrow)! Thinking of you and Ric. Wishing you continued happiness.

Feb 12, 2018 at 7:09 PM

Happy Birthday old friend. Who would have thought we would still be feeling young!

Dec 14, 2017 at 9:59 AM

Happy Birthday Marcia. Have a Merry Christmas!

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Dec 06, 2017 at 4:33 PM

Although expected,  this is very sad news. Each day is so precious. Eric was so helpful at the 50th and vital. I am sure many will miss his presence for a long time to come.

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Oct 30, 2017 at 8:33 PM

I was able to attend the visitation for Nancy. Upon arriving, I was confused if there were two functions. Looking to see where Nancy's visitation was being held I was told it was all for Nancy Kern. I quickly thought, this was what I would see for a dignitary. And so, that was what Nancy was to so many people. Just as she had been one of our Cheerleaders at Woodward, she must have been to those attending her celebration of life. The girl who could be found playing in the Mill Creek as a kid or attending the Friday night dances at Hartwell park was being honored for touching so many during her life. 

I related several stories about Nancy to her sons, husband and her brother Cecil. The short version of one story was that us boys would tease girls and Nancy had beautiful pigtails at Hartwell. You might try to pull one of her tails except you would not have dared to with Nancy. She could run faster than us boys in recess so you did not attempt to make her mad. And without fear or hesitation, she could put a knot on your head in short order. But most important, Nancy was so sweet and genuine that it would be foolish to agonize her.

There really were people to watch and learn from who did not seek to be popular, best dressed or the prettiest face. Nancy was always just Nancy. No airs, no pretence and pure honesty who lived in the love of her friends and family. How would you know that, it was seen from one end of the block to the other end as it overflowed with parking space at a premium.

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Oct 12, 2017 at 4:33 PM

Nancy was always such a dear person. We both moved to Ohio about the same time in grade school. She was one of the special few that I watched and learned from growing up. I can't ever remember seeing Nancy unhappy although I am sure she had her days.  An infectious smile. And I will regret not accepting her request to dance at the 50th but I cherish the memory that she asked me. I feel changed having watched her progression these past months. Maybe it has prepared me in some way. Oh that I did not get to see more of you.


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Happy Birthday! I hope you are enjoying your special day!

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Posted: Jul 15, 2015 at 11:43 AM
Posted: Aug 02, 2015 at 10:54 PM
After 52 years I replaced the ribbon since the original was not Blue anymore. Had a friend laser weld the basketball to firm it up and I polished the copper basketball. It was free from our PEP club members before a game but it would cost a lot to make it today.
Posted: Feb 20, 2015 at 2:47 PM
5th Grade Class at Hartwell (Sputnik Time!)
Mr Deters Class 1957
Boys shot marbles and most of the girls were into Hop-scotch and Jump-rope. We had four-square, tag, kickball, softball, volleyball and climbing a big rope in gym. So non-technical.

Bottom Row: Michael Burnham, David Warner, Jerry Malone, Guy Alexander, Kenny Ellison
2nd Row: Judy Henrie, Sue Cunningham, Cheryl Dalton, Margaret Paton, Mary Waldman, Jane Moore, JoAnn White
3rd Row: Kathy Wallace, Marsha Hunley, Everett McIntosh, Wayne Reese, Karen Thielmeyer, Sally Rahn, Diane Able, Christy Lacy
Back Row: Mr Deters, Mike Kidder, Wayne Overstreet, Jerry Scott, Randy Thall, Paul Howard, Eddie Williams

Mr Deters was in charge of Safety Patrol for 5th and 6th grade. There are no student Crossing Guards today. Eeverybody rides a bus or is dropped off at the school. In 1957 if your mother drove you to school, you had better get out a block away and walk the rest of the way.........
Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:11 AM
3rd Grade Class at Hartwell
Miss Kirsch(sp?) Class 1955
We had learned to print and now cursive was important. Indiana passed a law in 2010 to stop teaching cursive (so I heard). Miss Kirsch would say "write, don't print".

Bottom Row: ???, Roger Cooper, Kenny Ellison, Jerry Oliver, Jerry Malone, Ken Marquet, Normon Bonapfel
2nd Row: ???, Jane Moore, Carolyn Bill, Marcia Houser, Christy Lacy, Carol Shelby, Nancy Osborn, ???, Beverly Azbill
3rd Row: Margaret Paton, Richard Morris, Everett McIntosh, Richard Jones, ???, Bonnie?, Karen Thielmeyer, Peggy Williams, Bonita Wilkinson, ???, Michael Burnham
Top Row: Donna Crase, Dana?, Linda Thielen, Richard Golden, Randy Thall, Bobby Sharp, ???, Larry Wilburs, ???

As you can see, most boys didn't use a lot of shoe polish in this photo. Our parents bought Levi's that we had to cuff and grow into them. Nobody got fat, just taller. Miss Kirch played the piano and we sang great songs together.
If you know any of the names let me know s
Posted: Aug 02, 2015 at 10:54 PM
Posted: Aug 02, 2015 at 10:54 PM
Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:11 AM
This was my 1965 graduation photo
Posted: Aug 10, 2015 at 1:33 PM
Geometry. You use it more than you think and I wish I had understood that more in the 10th grade. I use it a lot now. Trying to figure out the angles to cut in a letter is difficult. Especially when the material's refractive index is always different. Photo might be hard to see the "K" faceted into the Table of this to make "UK". I made "UC" for my daughter.
Posted: Aug 09, 2015 at 2:40 PM
Posted: Aug 09, 2015 at 2:40 PM