Juanita McIntosh, 95

Accounting firm owner

May 12, 2007

Juanita B. "Mac" McIntosh, former owner of a Howard County accounting firm, died of complications from diabetes May 3 at Hillside Assisted Living in Clarksville. The Lisbon resident was 95.

Juanita Bierau was born in Baltimore and raised in Chicago. She attended Northwestern University and moved to Howard County's Simpsonville in the 1940s.

In 1946, she established McIntosh Accounting in Lisbon and operated the business until retiring in 2000.

Other business interests included Dunlop's, a North Howard Street oyster bar that she owned and operated during the late 1940s and 1950s with her former husband, Leslie J. McIntosh. They also owned and operated Anchor Bay Inn in Glen Burnie.

In 1982, Mrs. McIntosh moved to Lisbon after renovating the former Harmony Presbyterian Church into a three-bedroom home. The building dated to 1830.

She was a former treasurer of Glenelg Country School.

Services were Wednesday.

Surviving are a son, Peter J. McIntosh of Lisbon; a daughter, Sandra M. Napier of Catonsville; three grandsons; and three great-grandchildren.

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