Glorita Doctor McIntyre, 78, passed away March 18, 2017 in Snohomish, Washington. She was born in the Phillippine Islands, on March 10, 1939. She enjoyed a career as an Employment counselor for the state of Washington, helping to place people in jobs. She particularly worked with disabled persons and job outreach and community education. After her retirement Glorita continued to help the community by volunteering.
Glorita is preceded in death by her husband of 30 years, and her long time significant other Bill. She is survived by her 3 children Cori Lei Smith, Dona Cocking, and Eric McIntyre, 6 grand children, and 3 great grandchildren as well as many other friends and relatives. She will be dearly missed by those she leaves behind.
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Glow has been a shining star in her community for several decades. Her commitment to people with disabilities was evident in all the volunteer positions in non profit agency. She always had a smile for everyone she met. Heart of an angel. Rest in Peace. P.S. Cori let me know if there will be a celebration of her life. Thanks.
On behalf of Washington Vocational Services (WVS), I'd like to extend our deepest sympathies to Glorita's (Glo) family. Glo has been a driving force behind our agency and has left an indelible mark on all of us. Glo recently achieved her 20-year milestone as a Board Member with WVS, serving over the years in a variety of chair positions on the Board. She took the commitment seriously, rarely ever missing meetings, always actively engaged and with her eyes consistently centered on our mission. Glo was a strong advocate for individuals with disabilities. For many years, she was a member of the Governors Committee for Disability and Employment Issues and just this past October, she served as a judge for the Governors Employer Awards. Glo's support to the agency knew no limits and whether she was helping us procure donations for fundraisers or calling us up when she noticed a help wanted sign on a business window, she always thought of our customers and how she could help.
It is a huge understatement to say that we will miss her but we will continue to provide the work that she believed so strongly in, while remembering the many contributions she made to our agency and her community. Please know that all of us at WVS are thinking of you during this difficult time.
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Eric, Dona and Cori - I am so sad about your dear mom. She was a wonderful friend for many years. My phone number is 206-618-5541. Please contact me if I can help in any way. Blessings to all of uou.
I am so sorry for the loss of Glorita.
May God comfort you during this time of grieving and give you peace, strength and hope. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)
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