MCIN­TOSH, Grace Teresa (nee Gallant)

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - OBITUARIES -

The fu­neral for Grace T. McIn­tosh, of Char­lot­te­town, was held on Thurs­day, July 2, 2015 from Hen­nessey Cut­cliffe Char­lot­te­town Fu­neral Home to the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer where the fu­neral mass was cel­e­brated by Rev­erend Isaac Chack­ala­parampil, who also de­liv­ered the homily. The fu­neral pall was placed on the casket by her chil­dren, Teresa Bass, Mark McIn­tosh, Joey McIn­tosh and Andy McIn­tosh. Prior to the mass, Kath­leen Casey gave words of re­mem­brance in her hon­our. The first les­son was pro­claimed by cousin, Judy Gallant, and the sec­ond les­son was pro­claimed by daugh­ter-in-law, Beth McIn­tosh. The prayers of in­ter­ces­sion were of­fered by niece, Bev Kelly. The fu­neral mass was sung by Holy Redeemer fu­neral choir un­der the di­rec­tion of Tom Wilkin­son. The or­gan­ist was Judy Dono­van Whitty. Dur­ing the fu­neral, the choir sang the en­trance hymn, Be Not Afraid; the psalm, Rest In God Alone; the com­mu­nion hymn, I Am The Bread Of Life; and the re­ces­sional hymn, Bat­tle Hymn Of The Re­pub­lic. The of­fer­tory hymn, One Day At A Time, and the med­i­ta­tion hymn, We Shall Go Out, were ren­dered by soloist, Mary MacGil­l­vary. The pall­bear­ers were grand­sons, Troy Chev­erie, Shawn Chev­erie and Jeremy Chev­erie, cousin, Rob­bie Gallant, and neph­ews, Guy McIn­tosh and Frankie McIn­tosh. Flower­bear­ers were grand­daugh­ters, Ce­celia Costain, Kara MacKin­non, Jerika MacArthur and Kather­ine Bastedo, and great-grand­daugh­ters, Madi­son MacLeod, Shealin Gallant Chev­erie and Made­line Bastedo. Honorary pall­bear­ers were Kath­leen and Sean Casey, Lois and Johnny Gallant, Pat and Pete Mac­Don­ald, Mary and Joe MacKenna, Au­drey Mac­Don­ald, Cindy Mur­naghan, Eileen MacKen­zie and Ann McQuaid. Among those at­tend­ing the fu­neral liturgy were rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the Char­lot­te­town Women’s Lib­eral Club. The fu­neral cortage was piped out of the church by son, Andy McIn­tosh, who piped the hymn, Amaz­ing Grace, and also piped the hymn, Go­ing Home, at the ceme­tery. The in­ter­ment took place in the Ro­man Catholic Ceme­tery where Fa­ther Isaac held the grave­side ser­vice.

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