Anna Marie McIntyre, age 59, of Lawrenceville, Ga passed away Thursday, July 19, 2018 in a tragic car accident. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and devoted servant of God. She is survived by her husband Paul McIntyre, their seven children - Laura, Athena, Rachel, Elisha, David, Sarah, and Jesse, and her ten grandchildren. She is preceded in death by an eleventh grandchild as well as her parents William and Catherine Turt. Her life has touched many people; blessing them with her love, her faith, and her giving spirit. Her funeral service will be held at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville Ga 30046 on Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 12:00pm. The family will receive friends here prior to service from 10:00 - 12:00 pm. Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. I am devastated for this family and the tremendous loss they are suffering. Anna was such a wonderful person and I feel blessed to have known her. Anna was everything good. She had an active role in raising Paul’s 4 children who were just little when they first met, she did so much for them, along with her own two children, and her grandchildren. I remember her making adorable little hats for everybody one winter. She was so talented and creative, She was an active dedicated member of her church, and above all she was Paul’s wife, his soul mate, his true love. You never saw one without the other. Anna had such a big presence, & was loved by so many, she will be forever loved and live on in our hearts forever. May God rest your soul Anna, I love you.

  2. Anna had a special place in my heart
    Unselfish love and dedication to make the Feasts extra special. Always smiling and laughing with lots of hugs. These are things I will remember about Anna. Paul, you are in my prayers, as well as the rest of the family.

  3. Always love, always family, family is a gift, family is forever, You treated your family like friends and friends like family, with the love from you was one of life’s greatest lessons, I was blessed that you were the perfect step-mother for our children, and wife for Paul, all the things you did for them were incredible, not only was I grateful for that, but you were always there for me, and I will miss you dearly, good-bye my love, good-bye my friend, I will see you again one day, until then skate, dance and sing among the angels. Your friend, Liz

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with the McIntyre family. Truly there aren’t enough words that tells anyone that loved Anna how much she meant to each of us. Anna was such a loving and giving person; she never said it couldn’t be done, but rolled up her sleeves and began make lemonade out of lemons. I know that Paul and the children and grandchildren will miss her. Additionally, it will be hard to get through each day without Anna, but we want you to know that our Heavenly Father and Saviour, Christ Jesus will be with each of you; when your heart, body and mind crave for loving smile or thoughts of wisdom and support. I know our Lord God Eternal will let you remember all the beautiful attributes about our sister Anna, your wife, mom, and grandmother. She was our gift here on this earth and nothing or no body will ever be able to take away our loving memories of such a wonderful person. We love you so much Anna, and our Heavenly Father knows just how much you were loved by each of us. More than that, we know just how much our Heavenly Father and Saviour loved you. May Heavenly Father be with you until we meet again at the coming of our Saviour. Anna we love you, rest in peace sister, until our true home coming is here.
    I Corinthians 15: 12-20
    Tommie & Patricia Walker
    Canton, GA 30114
    (678) 493-9981

  5. Paul, this put a shock through me I cannot explain. I loved Anna and when I first heard what happened, Anna and Elton [ our son ] kept bouncing back and forth in my mind. I see her in my mind and the good things she did, I see Elton the same way. I loved them both very much. I will be so happy when one day you will see Anna again and I too will see her and Elton, along with other members of our families. I too wanted to tell you how proud of you I am and so is God, at you caring so much about the grandmother and her grandchild that too ended up in the hospital. The love just never quits, Paul. Gene and I love ya and hope to see you at the Feast if you are able to make it, if not we all understand why, but know too that your heart will beat for us all. We love you. Gene and I will continue to pray for you and your family, right along for that grandmother and grandchild. Get well, Paul . God is holding your hand and the angels are about you. Jo and Gene Morris

  6. There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone their light remains….I think this was written just for Anna because it is so true.
    My deepest sympathy and condolences to the McIntyre family. Paul, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    with Love.
    Kerry Busbin

  7. I will always remember Anna long hair and nails with all the rings .She was a special sister in Christ and she will be very missed .Rest dear sister next thing you know you will see Jesus love you Keeping Paul and the family in my prayers with love to all

  8. Anna left smiles and laughter in our hearts and minds. We will look forward to seeing her again in the resurrection. More laughter,smiles,and unleavened bread. Paul we love you. Your family is in our prayers. Little one,Grandma loved you.

  9. I am so sorry to hear this. I never met Anna but we have talked and been friends for years. I work for Shaw Industries and she was much more than a customer, she was a great friend. I am praying for your family!! God Bless you!!

  10. Paul, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. May God give you comfort knowing our hope, through Christ, is in the resurrection and we will see our loved ones again some day. Anna will be very much missed by all who knew and loved her.

  11. My condolences to you and your family and hers. Sending heartfelt prayers. Hope with the love and support from family and friends help guide you thru the toughest times.

  12. Tom and I both are grieving and praying for the family.
    Anna will be missed and her warmth, her smile, and her love will be remembered by many.

  13. I work for Paul & Anna’s son, David. Although I didn’t know Anna, I can imagine she was a wonderful lady and I am so sorry for this family’s tragic loss. David – along with his family – are in my thoughts and prayers.

  14. Anna will be missed. She was so kind to our family- welcomed us with hugs every year she saw us at the Feast… I will miss seeing her warm smiling face. The Randolph family is praying for Paul and the entire family. Our heart goes out to you all. May God’s arms carry you through this very difficult time.

  15. We had grown to love her. We truly believe that Sister Anna will be in that number of saints to inherit ETERNAL Life.
    May The HEAVENLY FATHER assuage the pain that the family is going through at this time, and give them the blessed assurance of our FATHER’S Peace.

  16. We are so sorry to hear this. We are sending our condolences and prayers to the family at this difficult time from the Huntley Family.

  17. For the whole McIntyre family — we are profoundly saddened by this devastating news, but we rest in the hope that Jesus Christ has provided, and rely on the strength of our heavenly Father, and the strength of His Spirit within us. For we all know that we must sleep for a little while, to awaken at the sound of the trump, to His call, to His Kingdom. The prayers of our congregation are with you all.
    With love, the CGI congregation in Toledo, Ohio

  18. One of longtime friends Paul, I hate that your going through all this but you have lots of friends to help you get through it. This is a tragic loss in one’s life that leaning on friends will help. Thinking of you at this time. Stay strong my friend.

  19. Anna was and always will be a special person to us. May our heaven Father give you and the family the strength to endure.

  20. Gone to soon dear cousin wish we had kept in touch more miss knowing I can’t reach out from time to time say hi to your mom my dad and our grandparents and my mom for me

  21. We have spent days thinking about the loss of Anna. We have loved her and Paul since our first feast so long ago. Even though we know the truth about life and death, we are still at a loss to know how we can cope with her death. We will miss her so very much.

  22. My sincere condolences to Paul, Athena and all of your family. I know this is a difficult time for you all. Anna has finished her race/walk with God. She is now sleeping and waits the return of Jesus Christ. May God bless and comfort you and may you cherish the lovely memories of Anna.

  23. I did not know The McIntyre family, but as a member of the Body of Christ a visitor to the U.S. I learned about the sad passing of our Sister from Sabbath Services online.
    I extend Sincere Condolences to Paul and family.
    I will continue to pray for Pauls complete healing and for Gods comfort and peace on the family and friends.
    Anna sleeps awaiting her time,when if we remain faithful we will see her along with all the other saints.

  24. I still miss and think of you often. This year was the first feast with out you and I know you were greatly missed, and things were not quite the same. I can never thank you for all you did for my sister, Lisa(Liz) and her children, you were so good to my sister and always there for her. The friendship and bond you two had was very special. You were a very important part of our family and I will always miss you, You were so incredibly beautiful inside and out, Sweet Dreams Anna.

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