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  • "I worked at O E McIntyre inthe 1950's and remember Angus..."
    - Dick Landsman
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McINTYRE--Angus Philip, of Oyster Bay, NY died at his home on September 12, surrounded by his loving family. He was 84 years old. The cause was advanced osteoarthritis and a series of strokes. He grew up on a horse farm in Dix Hills, graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy and Yale, spent one year in the Air Force, and spent the rest of his life as chairman of his family's Direct Marketing company, O.E.McIntyre, Inc. and O.E.McIntyre of Canada, Ltd. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Barbara Eckhardt McIntyre, five children: Angus, Jr., Katherine, James, Rebecca, and Anne, ten grandchildren: Duncan, Sally, Andrew, William, Philip, Laura, Charlie, Julia, Amanda, and Rebecca, and a sister, Sally Lewis of Santa Barbara, California. He served two terms as president of the board of East Woods School in Oyster Bay, and two terms as president of the Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club. He had a lifelong interest in science and also served as Treasurer of the Board of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. He was an enthusiastic sailor who raced a Wood Pussy, a Cal36 and a Cal39, was a member of the Cruising Club of America and the New York Yacht Club, did the Halifax Race, the Bermuda Race and many local races on Long Island Sound. He was also an avid skier and a longtime resident of Stowe, Vermont. A memorial service is planned for October 16th at 12:00 noon at St. John's Church in Cold Spring Harbor

Published in The New York Times on Sept. 19, 2010