In Memory

Pat McInteer

Pat McInteer

Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - August 11, 2008
Deceased Name: McINTEER, Earl Patrick "Troy"
McINTEER, Earl Patrick "Troy", died suddenly August 7, 2008. He was born January 30, 1950 in Roanoke, Virginia. He was the son of the late Lt. Col. James F. McInteer Jr. and Cathlyn Speese McInteer of Richmond, Va. A graduate of the University of Georgia and a member of Sigma Nu fraternity, Troy made his home in Greene County, Georgia. A former little league coach, he found his avocation in life as a dedicated teacher at Union Point Elementary School. He is survived by his wife, Marguerite Reynolds McInteer; his mother; a brother, James F. McInteer III (wife, Cindy); a nephew, James F. McInteer IV (wife Nita) and a great-niece, Samantha McInteer of King William, Virginia. Other survivors include Carolyn and Lee Parker, Frances and Gentry Strickland, Jamie and Kathy Reynolds, Harold and Lesley Reynolds, Beth and Bobby Thomas, Jim and Ellen Strickland, Bill Strickland, Jamie Reynolds IV, Chandler Reynolds, Jackson Reynolds, Jack Thomas, Will Thomas, Carolyn Strickland, Mary Cate Strickland, and Davis Strickland. A memorial service will be held at Union Point Elementary School Gymnasium on Saturday, August 9 at 3 p.m. The family will receive friends following the service at the Reynolds home at 205 S. East Street in Greensboro. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Union Point Elementary School, 1401 Highway 77 North, Union Point, Georgia 30669, or the Oconee Regional Humane Society, P.O. Box 3986, Eatonton, Georgia 31024. McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, Ga., (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. To sign the online guest register, please visit:

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04/23/09 06:29 PM #1    

Lynn Gwatkin (Steedman)

This is such a shock...I ran into Pat at a University of Georgia football game and I recognized him, several years ago...He was the only person from our class that went to the University of Georgia and I was so surprised to see him. He lived not far from Athens in a beautiful area on Lake Oconee...I suppose that his wife's familly was affiliated with Reynolds Plantation...there is a Ritz-Carlton there and it is really gorgeous. I'm so sorry that passed away.

06/05/09 12:12 AM #2    

Nanci Pierce (Kincaid)

I'm so sorry to hear of Pat's death. I remember him as such a good guy--very easy going and kind. I love finding out that he was a teacher--especially at the elementary level where male teachers are so badly needed and so rare. I'm sure he was a good teacher and hope his family takes great comfort in knowing how many lives he touched and influenced. Clearly a life too short--but very well lived. My sympathies to his family.

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