Gould O. Macintire, 94, CPA, World War II veteran

October 31, 2004

Gould O. Macintire, a World War II veteran and certified public accountant, died of complications of old age Tuesday at his residence in Aberdeen. He was 94.

He grew up on the shores of the Bush River and lived most of his life in Harford County. After graduating from the University of Baltimore, he worked in accounting until entering the Army in 1942. A staff sergeant, he was assigned to the Army's Counter-Intelligence Corps in London and worked closely with Scotland Yard.

When he returned home, he joined the Wilson-Oliver Insurance Agency in Aberdeen, where he worked for nearly 40 years.

He and the former Frances Eugenia Davis were married for 60 years, until her death in 2002.

Services were held yesterday at St. George's Episcopal Church in Perryman, with his son, the Rev. Marc D. Macintire of Pine Mountain Valley, Ga., officiating.

Additional survivors include daughters Judy A. Stup of Frederick and C. Lynn Macintire of Perryman; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

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