Maryann-McIntyre-Obituary

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Maryann "Marty" (Rogers) McIntyre

Dorchester, Massachusetts

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May 23, 2016

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McINTYRE, Maryann "Marty" (Rogers). In Dorchester, May 23rd. Beloved wife of Peter McIntyre. Loving mother of Lindsey R. and her husband Richard Grabowski of South Boston, Philip McIntyre and his companion Pamela DaSilva of Brockton, Kelsey R. and her husband Antonio DeMelo of Quincy, and...

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Maryann and I were best friends from ages around 8-11 when she lived next to me in Norfolk, VA. She taught me how to ride a bike, how to climb trees and fences, and how to play baseball. I remember her teasing me once when I fell in the Lafayette River near the piers that the more I splashed around the more it would attract the crabs to attack me. I loved her dearly and I am grateful to have had her for a friend through those years. We reunited in 2012 on FB. I always hoped we would meet up...

Dear Peter and the Entire Family:

We are so saddened by the loss of Mary Ann. We will never forget meeting Mary Ann (and the rest of the family) in South Carolina. We had such good times together in South Carolina. She was a wonderful friend and always smiling and laughing. She was very devoted to umpiring, her love for the Boston Redsox and her devotion and love for her family and friends.

Mary Ann will be missed so much and we loved her so much. Please know that...

Dear Family,

I am so, so sorry for your loss. I had great respect for her. We were officials in two sports together for many years and I was always greatly impressed with her knowledge of the rules and the way she officiated games.

I felt a loss when she moved to South Carolina and was so happy when she returned to Massachusetts.

Although the last time I saw and spoke with her was over a year ago she was often on my mind.

I also knew of...

Dear Peter, Lindsey, Philip, Kelsey, Thomas & families and Bernice,

We are saddened by the loss of Maryann. We remember her mostly from our days pre-children, but she always kept us up to date on all of you. She had such a bright and cheerful way about her. We wish we could have made the trip down from Maine for the services to honor her life. We are thinking about you all as you go through this difficult time.

Oh my, Maryann/Marty gone. I cannot believe it. She was just such a beautiful spirit. Sweet,smart,happy,& fun loving. Tidewater is reeling from the news of her passing. Marty brought fun & good times to bowling, darts,the grille,& of course all of the events in the community. I really missed seeing her happy face when she moved back to Boston....
Sending our sympathy, prayers & heartfelt wishes to Peter & their family.
We will remember Marty as the beautiful,...

My heart goes out to the Mcintyre family and my only regret was not having the pleasure of her company on and off the field of hope and dreams. Although we never met I consider her a sister umpire and I will say a prayer for her and all who grieve her loss.

To the family of Mayann you should be proud of the official/umpire Maryann had become. No one more dedicated to do the job and proud of what she did. She will be sorely missed. My prayers are with you in your time of grief.

Dominic DiMare
Secretary Treasurer
South Shore Umpires Association

There is a time when we all are called "OUT",
But then called "SAFE" at home in Heaven by the best umpire of all. You got the dish...
My prayers are with you and to your family. Your fellow umpire...

Oh, my. I cannot believe our wonderful Maryann is gone. She and I became friends through CDP and spent many hours together on the field and in the dugout waiting for the rain to stop. What an exceptional woman she was - a woman who challenged the boarders in sports officiating, as well as in many other ways in which I am unaware. My prayers and deepest sympathies go out to her family.