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James F. McIntyre

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Kathi (McIntyre) Harrison
January 17, 2021 12:21 AM
Uncle Jim...I want to thank you for being there for me ever since my father Tom your brother passed...you went above and beyond taking his place in my life...when I was the most down you always seemed to know to reach out to me and help me in anyway you could...I will always appreciate everything you did for me...you will always and forever hold a special place in my heart.
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Anthony J. Kucikas
January 11, 2021 6:50 PM
My deepest condolences to Marybeth and Family on the loss of her dad Jim McIntyre. I have know Jim from many years as he was the President of the “We Love Children Organization”. I also had the pleasure of knowing Jim from our “Tin Can Sailors” organization. He was our guest speaker a few times. Not many Sailors survive a sinking of a Destroyer cut in half by an aircraft carrier at night, you are attached to. God Bless you Jim your were a man with a Golden heart. Your watch is over now Shipmate.
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Dolores Berge, Town Clerk
January 11, 2021 1:42 PM
Captain McIntyre - Rest in Peace Sir and thank you for your service to our Country and our little Town.
Marybeth and family, My most sincere sympathy to you.  Our Town was very fortunate to have been served and protected by someone so devoted to his job and this community.  It was always a pleasure running into him around Town or when he made his way into the Town Office Building to chat.  He will be fondly remembered and I will miss seeing him.
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Thomas Mello
January 11, 2021 8:55 AM
My condolences to Marybeth and her family.  Upon starting my career with the Somerset Police Department I was fortunate to work with Captain McIntyre.  He was truly an inspirational person with the utmost honesty and integrity and said things the way they were and you always knew where he was coming from.  He could be a tough boss at times and was always firm but fair.  But as many people knew he had a caring, sensitive and kind heartedness about him; he would not think twice to give someone in need a few dollars to help them out.  As a young officer he said to me handle every case like it involved you and your family, and people should be accountable for their actions.  He had many great qualities that officers today could aspire to and benefit by his example.  His career's in the service, police department; as well as a citizen were truly outstanding.  Rest in Peace Capt.   
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Marybeth
January 12, 2021 11:00 PM
Thank you so much Officer Mello. It means a lot to me to hear experiences about my father from the men who worked with him.
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David Coon
January 10, 2021 9:22 PM
I am saddened by the passing of Mr. McIntyre. I offer my condolences to the family. As a teenager, I worked at the Somerset Police Dept., as a custodian. It was a great experience. It also put Mr. McIntyre in my life. At the age of 17, I was kicked out of my home. Mr. McIntyre took me in, removing the anxiety of not having a roof over my head and all the other hardships that come with being homeless. This allowed me to graduate from high school, get a full time job and basically get on my feet. I call this divine intervention. My life has been good, ever since. It could have very easily went the other direction. He will always hold a special place in my heart.
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Marybeth
January 12, 2021 10:58 PM
Thank you very much Dave. For sharing your wonderful experience about my father.
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