J. Rieman McIntosh retired attorney

October 21, 1990

Services for J. Rieman McIntosh, a retired lawyer, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 232 St. Thomas Lane, in the Garrison Forest section of Baltimore County.

Mr. McIntosh, a resident of Monkton, died Thursday in an automobile accident in Brooklandville. He was 84.

Born in Baltimore, he graduated from Gilman School in 1924, from Princeton University in 1928 and from University of Maryland law school in 1934.

He later joined the law firm of Ritchie, Janney, Ober and Williams,became a partner in 1947 and retired in 1971. That firm has since become Ober, Kaler, Grimes and Shriver.

Mr. McIntosh served with the 111th Field Artillery Battalion during World War II, where he was part of Force O in the assault on Omaha Beach in Normandy. He was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart before his discharge in 1946 with the rank of major.

After the war he rejoined the law firm and the Maryland National Guard, retiring from the Guard in 1958 with the rank of lieutenant colonel.

In addition to his law practice, Mr. McIntosh was a director of the Western National Bank, Eutaw Savings Bank, Federal Savings Bank, Kernan Hospital and Green Mount Cemetery.

Mr. McIntosh was a member of the vestry and senior warden of Trinity Church in Towson, a member of the Society of the Cincinnati, the Society of Colonial Wars and the Bachelors Cotillon. He was also a member of the Maryland Club, Elkridge Club, the Elkridge Harford Hunt Club, Princeton Quadrangle Club and Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.

He enjoyed fox hunting, point-to-point racing and polo.

Mr. McIntosh is survived by his wife of 40 years, the former Elizabeth Mayo Atkinson; a sister, Virginia Williams of Baltimore; three nephews, two nieces and six great-nephews and nieces.

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