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Judith Ann (Ksiazkiewicz-Halleck) McIntosh

November 11, 1941 — June 20, 2023

Judith Ann (Ksiazkiewicz-Halleck) McIntosh

Judith Ann McIntosh (Halleck) a lifelong resident of Bay City, Michigan passed away June 20, 2023 at the age of 81 surrounded by family. She was born November 11, 1941 in Pontiac, Michigan. Judi is survived by her four children, Michelle (Mike) LeMere of Essexville, Scott (Jill) McIntosh of Bay City, Stacey (Gary) Varuolo of Cleveland, Ohio, and Shawn McIntosh of Marshall, Michigan; six grandchildren, Michael (Tammy) LeMere, Matthew LeMere, Marissa LeMere, Ryan McIntosh, Kyle McIntosh and Tiffany McIntosh; six great-grandchildren, Madyson LeMere, Emmie LeMere, Aubry Gutierrez, Avy Gutierrez, Marciela Gutierrez, Mandi Montgomery, and two great-great grandchildren, Zay and Xavia Hardwick. Sisters and brother’s in-law Mary Lou (Barry) Whateley, Patti Peltier, Nancy Halleck, Margaret McIntosh, Roger (Missy) McIntosh, Sandra Davis, Steven (Eloise) McIntosh and many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and her crochet group.

Judi graduated from Visitation High School in 1959. Mom and dad met at the Bay City Jaycees and married in September 1962. They started life together at Central Michigan University while dad was finishing his teaching degree. Judi taught adult education classes, loved to craft including refinishing old trunks and furniture, making stained glass windows for the house, macrame, painting, making Halloween costumes, and home interior decorating. Judi owned a flower shop, where her passion for gardening and flowers was shared with everyone. The family could often be seen on the side of the road gathering pinecones for mom’s latest wreath making project. She loved holidays, especially Christmas and decorating the house with multiple trees and villages. Judi loved her last name of McIntosh, and decorated her house with apples-everything from rugs, dishes, wall plaques to window furnishings. Later in life, Judi volunteered for the United Way of Bay County crocheting hats and blankets for newborns and was an avid Detroit Tiger fan. Above all else, Judi loved her time as a grandmother and great-grandmother, often hosting weekend slumber parties with her grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her husband Marvin of 47 years; her parents, Raymond and Genevieve Halleck; brother, Mike; granddaughter, Brandy; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Elmer and Velma McIntosh and brother in-law Richard McIntosh.

In accordance with her wishes Judi will be cremated and her family has chosen to celebrate her life privately at this time. Judi will join her husband Marvin at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Michigan.

The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the nurses, therapists and hospice workers that provided home health care assistance. A special thank you to the staff at the Toni and Trish House for the care of the terminally ill in Auburn, Michigan for the kind and compassionate care they extended to Mrs. McIntosh and her family during the time they cared for her. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Toni & Trish House.
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