Myrna MacIntyre, 60 Myrna Marie MacIntyre, 60, of Brockville, died November 27 following a week spent in Brockville General Hospital and then Kingston General Hospital with complications of diabetes. She was born on August 25, 1944 in Kingston to Lorne Bolton and the former Veda Cheetham. She grew up in Chantry with her parents, four brothers and two sisters, and attended public school there. She moved to Addison after her first marriage, doing babysitting and working at other part-time jobs. She adopted two children, Scott and Lynn, and ever after was a great believer in adoption. She moved to Brockville after her second marriage, to Leland "Lee" MacIntyre on November 6, 1982 at Addison United Church. She started working at Culligan of Brockville, a water treatment sales and service company, on a two-week contract to help set up a computer program. Twenty-one years later she was still working there, until the Friday before entering the hospital. She was a member of the Wall Street United Church in Brockville. Mrs. MacIntyre shunned the limelight but was a great event planner and organizer. She helped plan her aunt and uncle's 50th wedding anniversary celebration, held the day before she entered the hospital. She was a kind of mother hen to the Culligan employees. She had a great interest in her grandchildren, nieces and nephews, especially grandson Jesse and nephew Lukas. When her granddaughter adopted a little boy, she happily accepted the great-grandmother role. She is survived by her husband Lee and her two children, Scott McManus of Brockville and Lynn McManus of Winnipeg, as well as five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Also surviving are her father Lorne Bolton; three brothers, Earl Bolton of Mallorytown, Robert Bolton of Portland and Kevin Bolton of Brockville; and two sisters Marilyn Hudson of Brockville and Lorna Campbell of Kingston. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, as well as longtime friends Janet Kuske of Iroquois, Gloria Craig of Brockville and Linda Serne of Vancouver. She was predeceased by her mother Veda Bolton and brother Donald Rocheforte. Friends called at the Barclay Funeral Home, Brockville, where on December 1 the funeral was held, with Reverend Alan Bennett of Wall Street United and Elizabeth Foster of Newboro United Church officiating. The chapel was filled to capacity and Culligan employees served as guard of honour at the service. Cremation was arranged. A burial will take place at the Halliday Cemetary in Elgin in the spring. Memorial donations were directed to the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Diabetes Association. Published in Section b, page 7 in the Thursday, December 30, 2004 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 4:38:13 PM Thursday, December 30, 2004.