Jah-Paul McIntosh

  • "I miss you more and more jah. I want to hold you and see..."
    - mom
  • "My lovely Ms. Kim, Saying goodbye is so very hard to do...."
    - Heather Woods
  • "To my beloved angel, I miss you ever second of the day...."
    - momma
  • "No Words can heal no hugs replace. But know that you are..."
    - Tracey M
  • "Kim, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved son. I can..."
    - Lisa Watson

Jah-Paul McIntosh
March 14, 1995 ~ March 4, 2014
A angel come into our lives on March 1 4, 1995 and flew back to heaven on March 4, 2014. He was known by family as Son, bro, JJ, grandson, nephew, cousin and to beloved friends as Jpizzle, J, Blackhawk, Bubba, and Rcgamerboy7. He was born on March 14 1995 to Kimberly Border and Fritz McIntosh in Boise, Id. His decent to heaven began March 4, 2014 where he was welcomed with loving arms by his Uncle Brien, his great grandmother and great grandfather. JP was loved by all and who ever met JP, their lives where changed forever.
You could always find JP with grease on his hands and smelling of gasoline with a part of his car, which was his pride and joy, somewhere on him. He lived and breathed cars except for the time he replaced his tools for an xbox controller. I cannot count the hours he spent designing his cars on Fronza or running from the cops in GTA. He was known by his friends for always yelling "I FREAKIN HATE CAMPERS!" in Blackops. He was a role model for his younger siblings; he was always there for them no matter what they needed. He was more than a big brother, he was their best friend. He was the rock that held our family together and all we needed to see was his smile or for him to whip out a smart aleck comment for all of us to break into laughter. JP was the type of kid that no matter how many boxes of Twinkies he made disappear, pop tarts he popped in his mouth or gallons of grape soda he drank. If you asked him if he was hungry, he would always say "What do you think, I am always hungry".
To my number one grandson, love grandma
An angel fell to earth 18 years ago and I found him and he was my life, he was always there for anyone, all you had to do was ask. He had a very sensitive side. He lit up the room when he entered.
I may not have seen him all the time, but I knew he had my back and my heart. There will never be another grandson to outshine him.
Jah-Paul is forever watching over……
Mom and Dad, sisters Olyvia, Amira, Brother Dominic, Grandparents Barbara and Lloyd, Auntie Janet, Cousins Kendra and Bre, Uncle Rob, His four other amigos Teddy, Sam, Mickey, and Kole. There is not enough numbers in the world to count how many friends and lives Our Angel touched.
He is forever being held tight by his great grandmother, great grandfather, and Uncle Brien until we are all there to hold him too.
A celebration of life will be held Wed, March 12, 2014 at Summers Funeral Home in Meridian at 1pm.
The wake will be held at his auntie's house following the ceremonies at 1222 NW 1st Street Meridian Id.
The family request instead of flowers, there has been a fund set up at Idadiv Credit Union in Meridian (208-888-1365) listed under Janet Border in JP's honor.
Memories and condolences may be shared with JP's family on his webpage at www.summersfuneral.com

Funeral Home
Summers Funeral Home - Ustick Chapel
3629 East Ustick Road Meridian, ID 83642
(208) 898-0642
Funeral Home Details
Published in Idaho Statesman from Mar. 7 to Mar. 9, 2014
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