James J. McIntyre of Plymouth formerly of Franklin, died peacefully on January 20th with his family by his side. Born in Boston on June 12th, 1942 son of the late Robert and Anna Marie (O’Brien) McIntyre. Jimmy was educated in Boston and attended East Coast Aero Tech on full scholarship. He went on to serve his country in the U.S Air Force serving in Okinawa, Japan where he was a senior mechanic and took care of the Captain’s plane. James after returning from the service went onto work for Eastern Airlines as a airline mechanic. He also obtained his pilot’s license to fly private small aircrafts. Jimmy also worked for CTS in Bellingham as a Video and Printer Technician after his retirement from Eastern Airlines.
Jimmy is survived by his two daughters Julie Johnson of Plymouth and Michelle McIntyre of Kingston, and grandchildren Benjamin and Noah Johnson.
Jimmy loved to make everyone laugh. He was adored by many and will dearly be missed by family and friends.
Visiting hours in the Cartmell Life Celebration Funeral Home 150 Court St. Plymouth (Downtown) on Thursday January 23rd from 4-7 pm. Funeral Mass on Friday at 12:30 pm in St. Peter’s Church Plymouth. Burial in Blue Hills Cemetery in Braintree. Memorial donations in his name may be made to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation FDR Station P.O. Box 220, New York NY 10150. Online guestbook please visit www.cartmelldavis.com