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Patsy Gail McIntosh
Oct 5, 1952 - Feb 27, 2017
Posted by: Sharon Ingle


Patsy Gail McIntosh, age 64, passed from this life February 27th, 2017, in Talihina, Oklahoma. She was born October 5th, 1952, in Talihina, Oklahoma to Bill Hoyl and Mary Hampton.

Patsy loved her family, she enjoyed riding horses and rode in several parades. She was an avid bird watcher and loved to fish.

She is survived by her husband Carl McIntosh of Talihina, Oklahoma, two daughters; Geri Lynn McIntosh and Stephanie McIntosh, both of Poteau, Oklahoma, three sons; James Walker of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Carl McIntosh Jr. of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Bryan McIntosh of Parsons, Kansas. 10 Grandchildren, and 4 Great Grandchildren. One Brother; Lester Hampton of Talihina, Oklahoma, and a sister, Linda Bradshaw of Antlers, Oklahoma, as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services will be held Wednesday, March 1, 2017 10:00 AM at the Talihina Assembly of God Church, officiating the service will be Pastor Gary McCutchan. No Interment will follow the service, but Patsy will rest in the New Talihina Cemetery.
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