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412 North 7th Street
GARDEN CITY, KS 67846
Phone: (620) 276-3219
Fax: (620) 276-2115
Margarett McIntyre

Margarett E. McIntyre (Knouse)

Friday, April 4th, 1941 - Thursday, March 12th, 2020
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***Due to the information surrounding the COVD-19, we ask that all friends and family in attendance or contact with the family please keep a safe distance. Please be mindful of proper precautions, we thank you for your consideration.***

Garden City- Margarett E. McIntyre, 78, died on Thursday March 12, 2020 at St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City, Kansas. She was born April 4 1941, in Belfont, Kansas, the daughter of Richard and Margaret (Norton) Knouse.

Margarett and her family moved to Scott City when she was a young girl, it was there that she attended school and grew up just a block away from her husband of 62 years, Bruce McIntyre. They were wed October 12, 1957, in Scott City. The couple later relocated to Garden City. Margarett worked alongside Bruce at M & W Drilling for many years, co-owned and operated the Continental Inn Restaurant, and worked in the Nutrition Department at Edith Sheuerman until her retirement. She enjoyed reading, dancing, cooking, and visiting with just about anyone. Playing slots in Vegas also became some what of a tradition she shared with her daughters. She loved her family and enjoyed, most of all, time spent at any one of her grandchildren’s events.

Margarett is survived by her husband Bruce, of the home; children- Kimberly (Jose) Garcia of Garden City, Kevin (Tami) McIntyre of Amarillo, Texas, and Kerri (Richard A.) Sperry of Garden City, 12 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, sisters- Kit (Kenny) Green of Garden City, and Annie Mather of Meade, Kansas, brothers and sisters in-law- Luella Smith of Colby, Kansas, Clayton McIntyre of Salt Lake City, Utah, Rayburn Drake of Fallbrook, California, Sandra Donlon of Pueblo, Colorado, Marilyn Wheeler of Branson, Missouri, Roxie Berning of Augusta, Kansas and Relda Everett of Evergreen, Colorado.

She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, and two granddaughters.

Funeral Service will be held at 10:30 am Tuesday March 17, 2020 at Turning Point Church of the Nazarene with Rev. James Mather officiating. Visitation will be Monday March 16, 2020 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm at Garnand Funeral Home in Garden City. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Garden Valley Retirement Village or Heartland Cancer Center both in care of Garnand Funeral Home. Condolences may be posted at www.garnandfuneralhomes.com.



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Pam McBride

Posted at 01:24pm
I know Bruce & Margaret through bank business. It was always a delight when you all would come in. You both always had a story to tell. I remember you both with a smile on my face! Margaret will be missed! Prayers for Bruce & the family!
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Corky Tabor

Posted at 05:24pm
To Bruce & family
As the years pass us by it is very important that we remember the friends we have met & enjoyed along the way. Margaret & Bruce are a couple that falls into that group. We had lots of cups of coffee at the restaurant, shared lots of stories.
Margaret will be missed by all of us, but we will have a big smile on our face when we mention her name.

Corky & Doris Tabor
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Curt

Posted at 05:31pm
To Bruce and the family.

Us cousins remember so well the life that Margarett Eileen always brought to our family gatherings. You both have always been so much fun to be around and to share memories. Our hearts reach out to you at this difficult time. May the Lord put his loving arms around you and the whole family.

Curt & Sherry Frasier
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Blanche Nelson

Posted at 06:03pm
Thinking of you all with love and care. Know it isn't easy to lose a loved one. We didn't get together often but have good memories of the time we did. Blanche Nieuwenhuis Nelson
SB

Sandra and Bill

Posted at 03:04pm
God Bless one of the dearest Sister-in-laws anyone could have. Bless, my brother Bruce the children and all the grandchildren, great grandchildren and her sisters and their families. She was a childhood friend who became related to me and we shared many memories when we got together. I will miss her so much and am very sad to know we will never get to sit and visit again at our family gatherings. I loved her and will miss her dearly. She has a special place in each of my sisters and brothers hearts for letting our Mother live with her and my brother. It takes a special person to do that and she was. So dear Margaret rest in peace. Loved you so. Sandra (McIntyre) Donlon and husband Bill.
 
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Robin Herrman Posted at 02:05pm

Our thoughts are with Margaret's family. She was a beatiful lady. I always got a kick out of visiting with her. I always looked ford to seeing her at the Farmers Market. She was such a joy. The family is in our thoughts and prayers. Robin & Ron Herrman
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