Dorothy McIntyre, 88, Vine Memorial member

Dorothy McIntyre

Services will be held May 30 for Dorothy McIntyre.

She died Monday, May 20, 2013. She was 88.

She was born May 24, 1924 to Anna and Charles Dorsey in Onancock, Va. She received her early education in Onancock, Va.. She later attended Shaw Junior/Middle School and graduated from John Bartram High School in Philadelphia

Dorothy married John McIntyre and the couple had six children.

She joined Vine Memorial Baptist Church in 1947 where she was member of the young adult board, Virginia Club, Deaconess board and Missionary Circle One.

McIntyre was also a member of Booker T. Washington Chapter No. 36 OES.

Her family said she was a wonderful wife and mother whose love extended throughout the community where she nurtured children.

She was preceded in death by her children, John and Michael.

She is survived by her children, Frances Bailey (Isaiah), Diane M. Lover (Augustus), Lorraine C. Hargrove (Moses), Douglas McIntyre; cousin, Willie Floyd; grandchildren, Cornell “Chip” Bailey, Irwin Bailey, and Rochelle Bailey, Augustus Lover III, Nickole Lover, and Shardel Lover, Moses Hargrove and Shilonda Giddings (Edward), Fatima McIntyre, John T. McIntyre III Justin, Jasmin, Jamal, Micheal II; great-grandchildren, Markita, Antoine, Maurice, Aunyua, Cydney, Augustus (Q), Sabreena, Teren, John, Daniel, Rashaad, Delquan, Rassoul, Yaseem, and Dasha; great-great grand, Kiyen; nieces and nephew, Pat Dorsey, Nick Dorsey, and Maria Dorsey; great nieces, Reese, Monique, Alona, Jasmine, Kelly, Deven, Kendra, Nickai, Ollie and Matthew; 13 great-great nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.

Services will be held May 30 at Vine Memorial Baptist Church, 5600 West Girard Avenue. Viewing is at 9 a.m. Services will follow at 10 a.m. Burial is in Rolling Green Cemetery.

Wood Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

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