Grant MacIntyre

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sunday, May 26, 2024
Wingham Legion
183 Victoria St. W.
Wingham, Ontario, Canada

Obituary of Grant MacIntyre

At Wingham & District Hospital on Thursday, January 25, 2024, Grant MacIntyre of Wingham passed away with his devoted family by his side at the age of 85.


Husband of the late Marie (née McEwen) MacIntyre who predeceased him on January 25, 2020. Dad of Marilyn & Lonnie Whitfield, Bruce & Carol MacIntyre and Doug & Janet MacIntyre. Loving grandpa of Nicolle & Ryan, Nollan, Tori & Adam, Kellsey & Chad, Jonathan & Rebecca, Janessa & Nate, Ben & Salma, Jared & Mashiyat and Brittany & Alan. Special great-grandpa of Cassidy, Tyson, Becca, Peyton, Hunter, Lucas, Aubree, Kole, Brynlee, Harlee, Harrison, Sullivan, Duncan, Blakely, Brooks, Silas and Greyson. Cherished brother and brother-in-law of Marion MacIntyre, Janice Robbins, Linda McEwen, Brian & Wendy McEwen, Les & Lynn McEwen and Lorne & Thelma McEwen. Grant will be lovingly remembered by many nieces, nephews and extended family. Predeceased by his parents Jack & Florance MacIntyre, brother Bill MacIntyre, parents-in-law Clarence & Vera McEwen and brothers-in-law John Robbins and Wayne McEwen.


In 1963, Grant & Marie bought MacIntyre’s Bakery which they owned and operated on the main street of Wingham up until their retirement in July of 2000. They were married for over 59 years. Together they raised three children and loved to spend time with their growing family. Aside from his business and family, Grant dedicated much of his time to nurturing the local wildlife near his home including birds, squirrels and even a possum. He had a special fondness for cats, rescuing many and finding loving homes for them. Grant’s devotion reached its peak in his role as a caregiver to his beloved wife, Marie. Together, they faced life’s challenges hand in hand, demonstrating a bond that only strengthened over the years. A unique and heartwarming chapter of Grant’s life unfolded in his relationship with his granddaughter, Tori. Their bond was not only one of familial ties but a source of strength during Tori’s battle with cancer, mirroring Grant’s own journey. Grant’s unwavering support and love provided comfort in difficult times, leaving a permanent mark on Tori’s heart. Grant’s legacy is one of love, compassion, resilience and the best honey-dipped donuts.


A Celebration of Grant's life will be held at the Wingham Legion on Sunday, May 26th, 2024 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Wingham & District Hospital Foundation would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

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