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Celebrating the life of
Laura Barrow McIntosh
September 15, 1948 - November 06, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • A Celebration of Life Will Be arranged by the Family

Jimbo... and all.. I was so saddened at the news of Lara’s passing... What an enormous impact Laura had on the lives of so many...and her concern for the preservation of our amazing natural surroundings will be remembered, always! Love and pinklight, Nancy Wellard

Nancy Wellard...widow of Carl Wellard, Bluffton , SC

Jimbo I am so sorry to hear about Laura. Deepest sympathy for you, Craig and Frieda. Prayers - Anne

Anne Bone, Savannah, Ga

I am heartbroken...love to Jimbo et al...

Babbie and Don Guscio , Bluffton , S

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! With deepest sympathy !!!

Allan and Jane Bradham, Savannah, GA

I neglected to sign the last-entered entry.

Julie Howard, Savannah, GA

Jimbo, I am sad you lost your dear Laura. You were such a devoted, loving husband all these years - the last ones being difficult I imagine. Laura was a lovely person, & I was glad to see she had so many interests and causes - despite her health struggles. You take care.

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Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy,

Howard Jarrott and Missy Jarrott, Savannah, GA

Jimbo,, Debby and I are so sad for you with Laura’s passing. From our visits with you she sure put up a long, hard fight. We will be thinking of you in these days ahead, and will try to get an evening with you as your schedule permits. Tom & Debby

Tom and Debby Morris, Savannah, GA

The family of Laura Barrow McIntosh is saddened to announce her death.  She died at her home in Savannah on Wednesday, November 6, 2019.

She was the daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. Craig Barrow, Jr. and the wife of James F. McIntosh, Jr.  Laura was educated at Savannah Country Day, Oldfields School, Glencoe, MD, and the University of Georgia.  She and her husband had residences in Savannah and Brevard, NC, and on their sailboat in Abaco, Bahamas.  She spent a lifetime defending our rivers and marshes, our mountains and the environment of our earth.  She was an avid gardener with extensive knowledge of flora and fauna, at the shore or in the mountains.

She is survived by her loving and devoted husband James “Jimbo” McIntosh, by her sister, Elfrida Barrow Moore Sinkler and her husband, G. Dana Sinkler, and her brother Craig Barrow III and his wife Diana Deas Barrow, and many loving nieces and nephews and cousins.  Laura’s love of dogs is well known and in lieu of flowers we request a donation to a dog rescue facility of your choice.

A memorial gathering is planned at later date.

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Jimbo... and all.. I was so saddened at the news of Lara’s passing... What an enormous impact Laura had on the lives of so many...and her concern for the preservation of our amazing natural surroundings will be remembered, always! Love and pinklight, Nancy Wellard

Nancy Wellard...widow of Carl Wellard, Bluffton , SC

Jimbo I am so sorry to hear about Laura. Deepest sympathy for you, Craig and Frieda. Prayers - Anne

Anne Bone, Savannah, Ga

I am heartbroken...love to Jimbo et al...

Babbie and Don Guscio , Bluffton , S

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! With deepest sympathy !!!

Allan and Jane Bradham, Savannah, GA

Candle tribute lit by A. Friend — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Lysa Dixon Savsnnah — Georgia

I neglected to sign the last-entered entry.

Julie Howard, Savannah, GA

Jimbo, I am sad you lost your dear Laura. You were such a devoted, loving husband all these years - the last ones being difficult I imagine. Laura was a lovely person, & I was glad to see she had so many interests and causes - despite her health struggles. You take care.

, ,

Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy,

Howard Jarrott and Missy Jarrott, Savannah, GA

Jimbo,, Debby and I are so sad for you with Laura’s passing. From our visits with you she sure put up a long, hard fight. We will be thinking of you in these days ahead, and will try to get an evening with you as your schedule permits. Tom & Debby

Tom and Debby Morris, Savannah, GA


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