Taylor Michelle McIntyre passed away suddenly in Winnipeg, MB, on August 20th, 2021, at the age of 19.
Born in Miramichi, NB on September 26th, 2001, she was the daughter of Lisa McIntyre (Harvey Danelak) and Guy McIntyre.
Her legacy will live on through her two year old daughter, Jazmyn Serrina McIntyre. She was recently predeceased by her brother, Sheldon McIntyre. She will be lovingly remembered by her three brothers: Chad, Dustin, and Dylan McIntyre; and sister, Shelby (Nick) Rakus.
She also leaves behind grandparents: Ruth Stymiest, Benson (Joan) Williston, and Antionette McIntyre; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Taylor struggled with mental health challenges, and more recently drug addiction that sadly resulted in the loss of her life.
She was strong willed, a mixture of salty and sweet, wild and carefree, with a kind, loving, soft-hearted side that was not to be messed with. She will be remembered for her big brown eyes, gorgeous smile and long legs, as well as her love for Jazmyn and the awesome mommy she could be. She will also be remembered for the joy and happiness that it brought her to pick at and torment her three little brothers, as well as her love for animals—even the wounded mice and birds that she would try to revive.
Taylor will be so greatly missed by all.
A private family only visitation and funeral service was held at Adams Funeral Home, 140 King St. Miramichi, with Pastor Brent Carter as Officiant. Songs "The Garden" and "I Can Only Imagine" were sung by Keith and Angela Carter. The recessional song was recorded song by Simple Plan "Gone to Soon". A poem was read by Kim Williston. Interment was in the Black River Community Cemetery.
Arrangements were entrusted to Adams Funeral Home Ltd., 140 King St., Miramichi, telephone (506) 773-3492, or messages of condolence may be sent online to www.adamsfh.ca
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