Stephen S. Macintyre M.D. Ph.D.
1947 - 2021
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age 73 of Roaming Shores, passed away January 3rd, 2020 at Ashtabula Medical Center. He was born June 25th, 1947 in Honolulu, Hawaii to the late Malcolm and Mary-Grey Macintyre. Stephen received his Ph.D. and his M.D. at Case Western Reserve University. He worked at Metro Hospital for 24 years as a Rheumatologist and 7 years at The Cleveland Clinic Westlake. Stephen is the loving husband of Annette; brother of Anne (Joe) Bloomer, David (Theresa) Macintyre and the late Jane Macintyre; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Due to COVID-19, there will be no services. Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral & Cremation Services. To leave condolences visit:

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Published in The Plain Dealer from Jan. 6 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 13, 2021
Debbi and I were saddened to hear of Steve's passing. He was a very good
friend and we have many fond memories. Our thoughts and prayers are
with your family.
Bill Taylor
January 11, 2021
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Anne Bloomer
January 11, 2021
I worked with Dr. Macintyre for many years at MetroHealth Medical Center in Arthritis Clinic. He was a kind and caring physician who always wanted the best for his patients. He will be missed. My sympathy and prayers for his family.

Gayle Eble, Occupational Therapist
January 11, 2021
Steve was an extraordinary guy. He was my colleague in the Rheumatology division at MetroHealth for many years. An excellent physician, an extraordinary scientist, with high ethical standards. We missed him sorely when he left Metro. The world is a poorer place.
irv kushner
January 11, 2021
Steve and I were reminiscing just a couple of months ago about the years he was in high school and I was in college. On summer evenings after work we would head to Forest Hills public tennis courts as a doubles team. This was, as Steve put it - so you could pick up guys. True enough. He was the most considerate and nicest brother anyone could have. We will miss him.
Anne Macintyre Bloomer
January 10, 2021
With little fanfare, Steve was an accomplished individual in many ways. He was an award-winning high school baseball player, a skilled wood-working craftsman who designed and constructed his own furniture, a self-taught auto mechanic who built his own car engine, a tenor in an acclaimed Cleveland men’s chorus, a fine cook, a nature photographer, and a nationally funded and published medical researcher - all in addition to being beloved by his may patients during 3 decades of medical practice. I will miss his friendship.
Stan Ballou
January 10, 2021
Rest in peace, Steve. It was an honor and a pleasure to work for you.
Judy Smothers
Judy Smothers
January 8, 2021
Barbara and I were saddened to learn of Steve’s passing. I have many great childhood memories of the Shaker Road gang which Steve was a part of. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family.
Steve Harvey
January 7, 2021
We were saddened to hear of Steve’s passing. He was a very good friend throughout the years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Paula and Tom Harvey
Tom Harvey
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