William McIntosh

William Douglas McIntosh

Saturday April 5, 1941 - Wednesday July 1, 2020
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William Douglas “Mac” McIntosh, age 79, of Cynthiana, passed away Wednesday, July 1st at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. He was born in Breathitt County on April 5, 1941 to the late Reed McIntosh and Edna Combs McIntosh.
Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn “Cookie” Whitaker McIntosh.
William is survived by two sons, Douglas Edward (Dee) McIntosh and Randy (Florencia) McIntosh; two daughters, Ina (Bob) Balentine and Janell (Jay) Delaney; three sisters, Lilian Irene McIntosh, Irma (Donnie) Arthur and Linda (Johnny Mac) Fryman; eight grandchildren, Sarah (Jason) Lancaster, Cody McIntosh, Molly (Jeremy) Minor, Cason McIntosh, Kyle Rice, Abby Rice, Randa McIntosh and Seth Balentine and five great-grandchildren, Sam Minor, Henley Minor, Colton Minor, Ella Minor and Delaney Siler.
Services will be held private at the convenience of the family. Burial will be held at Battle Grove Cemetery. View and sign the guestbook at
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Sidney O Lizer

Posted at 02:33am
To Doug Randy Ina and Janel my heart goes out to you all during this especially hard time with your family. I cannot grasp the feeling of the loss of a father but I know it’s gonna be gut wrenching. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and your kids and spouses at this time. If you need anything at all feel free to reach out And I will help you in anyway I can.

Eddie and Nancy Million

Posted at 08:54pm
Eddie and Nancy Million

Doug was our neighbor for 30 years. He was a good friend. Doug was always available to help when needed. We enjoyed listening to his stories of when he was in the Air Force. He was responsible for the maintenance on the Thunder Birds and you could tell he was so proud of them. Doug was very talented with wood working and made some beautiful furniture. We will really miss him. Our sympathy is with his family.

Melissa Aguilar

Posted at 06:24pm
Mr. Mac as my kids call him was a big part of our family. Over the years he has been so good to us and we will miss him dearly. He love our kids, even played along to be dressed up as Olaf for one of the birthday parties. No words can express our sympathy for his family.

Sam Turner

Posted at 08:44am

A long ago memory. When Doug was a teen, I recall Doug and Clifford McIntosh racing to get to the top rail of the tobacco barn first so they got to handle fewer sticks of tobacco. Odd memory isn't it! That was more than 60 years ago. We always seemed to have fun while working! To Ina, Janell, Doug, Randy and all your families, Lizzie and I express our deepest sadness for your loss. Doug was a gentleman in every way and respected by all who knew him. I was proud to claim him as my Cousin. Sam

Wanda lyons

Posted at 09:44pm
Irma and Family; Sorry to hear of the passing of Doug. May God grant you peace and comfort.

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