I was an exchange student at NHS in 1965-66 when I learned to know Blanche and her sister Charlotte McIntyre. I kept in touch with her ever since by corresponding or visiting her in person when I met with my dear host family in Neenah. She was always great company for me and my family as well. I´ll treasure my memories of her dearly.
Miss McIntyre was my first love, 4th grade Washington School. I've never forgotten her.
So happy to have known Blanche and work with her in the Neenah Schools. She was a professional with a love for her colleagues and students. Glad our paths crossed!
She will forever be "Miss Mac" to me. She was an awesome teaching principal! Many lives, including mine, have been impacted by her teaching and her example in life.
I didn't know you well, or very long, but you impressed me with your loving care and kindness. You gave me the opportunity of knowing a very special woman, who I loved very much, if only for a short time.
Blanche was my 3rd grade teacher at Washington School in Neenah. She was the one who told my parents that I needed glasses. I also worked for her doing secretarial work in 1959-1960 when she became Curriculum Coordinator of the Neenah School system. I always admired her.
Mary Albert Trettin
I have found memories of Blanche from school and church. She was a great teacher and caring person. Find comfort in knowing she is in God's hands. Cherish the memories.
Such a great lady ----Blanche, you will definitely be missed. Thanks for all the memories and time together at Island Shores
Hoover school is where I remember her from. God has a great teacher with him now.
Donna McDonald Mills
Sixty some years ago Blanche was my teacher at Washington School and I have good memories of her as she gave me a good foundation for the harder years to come in education, including collage+
Sue Severson Emerich