It is with great sadness that we the family announce the sudden passing of our sister Carolyn McIntyre on June 14, 2010 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida where she resided.
Carolyn was born on August 7, 1967 in Glace Bay to the late Joan (Somerton) and Fabian McIntyre. She was survived by her sister Kathy (Paul) Stanford (Dartmouth, NS), sister Denise McIntyre (London, ON) and brother Fabian (Julie) McIntyre (Orlando, Fl). She was the aunt to nieces Laura and Morgan, and nephews Jason, Mark and Matthew.  Carolyn graduated from St. Michael’s High School and attended Dalhousie University, Miss Murphy’s Business College, Assiniboine Community College and Gold Coast School of Real Estate. In the past 10 years Carolyn had great success in Real Estate Sales in Florida. Prior to her career in real estate Carolyn had a successful career in news broadcasting throughout Canada and the US. 
Carolyn will be remembered for her vivacious spirit, smile, laughter, and love for life. A private family viewing followed by cremation took place in Ft. Lauderdale. On August 21st. at 2pm a service will take place at the family gravesite in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Should you wish to express your condolences with the family or share a story about Carolyn, please light a candle and share your thoughts on this page.  You may wish to mail condolences to Carolyn's sister Kathy Stanford at 77 Newcastle Street, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 3M8.

Posted by Jeannie & Chris McNeil on June 25, 2010
To the McIntyre Family our thoughts are with your family in your time of sorrow...Chris and Jeannie (McKinnon) McNeil, Glace Bay. We went to St. Anne's and St. Mike's with Carolyn.
Posted by Jackie Gray on June 25, 2010
Fabian & Julie - So sorry for the loss of your sister. Remember the good times you had with her ... she will always be with you.
Love Jackie
Posted by Fabian McIntyre on June 24, 2010
John 11:25:

"I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die." - Jesus Christ.

Until we meet again

Your loving brother

Posted by Denise McIntyre on June 24, 2010
Is the love I gave her in the past,Gonna be enough to last If tomorrow never comes So tell that someone that you love Just what you're thinking of
If tomorrow never comes. Love you Carolyn.Denise
Posted by kevin peach on June 24, 2010
Carolyn lit up my classroom when she was a student of mine at St Anne's School in Glace Bay.She was a joy to have in my class and I will remember fondly.Rest in peace.
    Kevin C Peach
Posted by Lana Kenny on June 24, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with Kathy, Denise and Fabian and their families during this difficult time. May you find comfort in knowing that Carolyn touched many people in her too short life.
Posted by cathy boutilier king on June 24, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I knew Carolyn years ago, she had a smile that would lighten up a room, beautiful girl. I still can't believe she's gone. Very sad news.Cathy King
Posted by Jamie Meyer on June 24, 2010
Fabian and Julie-- we are so very sorry to hear about Carolyn's passing! We love you guys and we are thinking about you guys in this time of need. Your Wisconsin friends! Bob and Jamie
Posted by Jim Seifert on June 24, 2010
Our condolences are with your family in this sad time! We hope you find happiness in the many memories you've been able to share! Packer fans forever! Jim and Carla
Posted by Doreen Streatch on June 24, 2010
A beautiful tribute to a beautiful woman. Sincere sympathy to Kathy, her brother and sister.
Doreen Streatch
Posted by Robert Caume on June 24, 2010
Carolyn and I knew each other in high school and reconnected a few years ago on Facebook. She was such an energetic and warm person. She will be greatly missed. 

Posted by Johnna and Jody Seifert on June 24, 2010
"To the world you may be one person but, to one person you are the world"

Our hearts are with your family at this time.

Love, Jody and Johnna
Posted by Lynn Gallant-Blackburn on June 24, 2010
Dear Denise, Kathy and Fabian,

May your love and the memories you have shared with Carolyn give you comfort and peace during this time of deep sadness.

Keeping you close in my heart and in my prayers,
Lynn Gallant-Blackburn
Posted by traci wadden on June 24, 2010
carolynn,was a great friend of mine all through school,and then again on facebook ,she was always so caring and thoughtful had great wisdom to share .rest now my friend ,you are an angel.
Posted by camille MacGillivray on June 24, 2010
To Carolyn's Family my heart goes out to you. Carolyn was one of the funniest people I have had the privledge of knowing my whole life. The world is a different place with you not in it girl.xo
Posted by Anne Benson on June 24, 2010
I was shocked to hear of Carolyns passing, she was a friend since childhood and will be remembered as a free spriit with the most beautiful smile. You are in my thoughts, God bless.
Posted by wanda nicholson on June 24, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with Carolyn's family and friends, taking way too soon, I grew up with Carolyn and reconnected with her through facebook, about a year or so ago, RIP my Friend (hugs) xo
Posted by kim leblanc on June 24, 2010
Carolyn, I only met you once and I feel sad that your life ended too soon... God Bless you forever.... Kathy, you & yours are in my thoughts & prayers... Peace be with you all... Love Kim Leblanc x
Posted by kim forgeron on June 24, 2010
"The song is ended, but the melody lingers on..." Irving Berlin
With heartfelt condolences
-Kim Forgeron (St. Mikes Class of 1985)
Posted by Michelle Mock on June 24, 2010
Dear Kathy, Denise, Fabian and Families,
We are so sorry to hear of Carolyn's passing.
A wonderful tribute for your beautiful sister.
You're in our thoughts and prayers,
Michelle and Larry Mock
Posted by carolee bourgeois mac ne... on June 24, 2010
so saddened by the news of carolyn's passing my condolences to the family.grew up with carolyn went to school with carolyn.
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Posted by Jeanne Shepard-Hines on June 15, 2020
Will see you again someday.

I just thought of the funniest story. I was babysitting at my aunt's. You, Lynn Fraser, Tricia Boutilier were there. We were listening to the radio. The top hits. Lol
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Posted by Laurie Jordan on June 14, 2020
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Posted by Lana Kenny on June 17, 2019
I think of you often Carolyn and saw Kathy a few months back - reminded me so much of you - you girls always looked so much alike.....take care my friend.
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Shared by Jeanne Shepard-Hines on August 7, 2019
I always remember your birthday, Dad's was yesterday. I thought of you yesterday. I wish blessings to anyone visiting you here today, and always. Happy Birthday Miss. 

Your 49th birthday

Shared by Denise McIntyre on August 7, 2016

As the clock struck midnight my friends and I did a toast to your life. I showed them your beautiful picture. Then we all got on the dance floor just as I know you would love to do. My heart felt heavy as I wondered what life would be like for you now and for all of us as a family. I miss you and our family times together is not complete without you. Jason often says I look so much like you, especially when I am wearing a ponytail. That makes me smile as it somehow makes me feel closer to you. Miss you every day. I am leaving for Halifax on Friday. I wish you were there too.

A beautiful lady with beautiful smile

Shared by darryl boutilier on August 18, 2013

To the McIntyre Family:

I knew Carolyn in Grade 7 at St Anne's School in Glace Bay, N.S. I always remembered her even when I transferred to Holy Cross School the year after. She was always smiling and seemed like nothing could get her angry at any time. Her laugh I can still hear as it was infectuous. There is nothing worse than to hear of a friends passing, especially a friend a nice as Carolyn was - that she was a really nice person to everyone and who showed that she actaully cared.

To Carolyn , Thank you for being a good friend to me and may God keep you safe!!!

God Bless ya buds!!!   

 I will miss her very very much!!!    

Sgt Darryl Boutilier - 5 canadian Division Support Group Canadian Armed Forces - Gagetown, New Brunswick