Honoring J. Paul for his service to our country and community.

This website was created to honor our loved one, J. Paul McIntosh.  J. Paul proudly served his country from 1945-1946 as a Sgt T-3 with the 396th Military Police Battalion (Escort Guards).


Posted by Joe Mtika on 16th February 2017
What a pillar of faith and stability he was in Norfolk and the entire Nebraska. I've been with Paul in the Men's Retreats, Men's Prayer breakfast and many other circles. I learned a lot of things and I will miss him, his humility, and wisdom tremendously. Our prayers go to his wife and family~Joe & Jayne Mtika
Posted by Jack Boesch on 16th February 2017
Blessed to have known J. Paul. Served with him on the Faith Regional Foundation Board, and worked with his son Jonathan. These are faith filled people which explains their success. The Norfolk community has benefited greatly as they've shared their many blessings through charitable giving. God Bless the McIntosh family as they mourn their loss.
Posted by Keith Prusak on 11th June 2014
Do you know if Sgt. McIntosh ever served with Staff Sergeant Leonard Prusak (from Detroit, MI) in the 396th Military Police Battalion, Company C, during or before '45-'46, probably at Ft. Riley, KS? Leonard was my grandfather. Thanks for your time.

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