Celebrating the life of

Brenda Cloud McIntire

September 07, 1953 - October 11, 2020

Brenda Cloud McIntire

Brenda Cloud McIntire passed away Sunday, October 11, 2020 with her son by her side in the wonderful care of Candler Hospital.

Affectionately known as "Mrs. B" to her friends and family, the Savannah native was a talented artist and painter. She spent her working years in the maritime industry, raising her family, selling real estate, and at Local Union188 until her retirement in 2010.

Mrs. McIntire is preceded in death by her father Roy W. Cloud; mother, Louise H. Cloud, and her brothers, Ray B. Cloud and Lyndon L. Cloud. She is survived by her son, James W. McIntire III (Lianna), her Aunt Teresa C. Mills, many nieces, nephews, cousins, and her beloved dog "Doc".

The family will be holding a private graveside ceremony.

In lieu of flowers please send remembrances to The March of Dimes.



My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. May her memory be eternal. With my deepest sympathy, Irene

- Irene Miltiades Purdy, Richmond Hill, GA

Our hearts are with you, Jimmy, in the loss of our sweet Bren. Her courageous spirit will be with us always. Much love, Pam, Steve, and Family

- Steve and Pam Peck, Kennesaw, Georgia

Jimmy, Lianna, and family, We were saddened to read of your beloved mother's death. What a great son you were to your mom, Jimmy. You took the best care of her. Our heart is heavy with sadness . You know we love you like one of ours. Hugs and condolences from the Howard Family.

- The Howard Family, Savannah, GA

We are so sorry for your loss. Losing a mother leaves a big hole in your heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Karen and John Baker

- Karen & John Baker, Friona , TX

I have so many memories of Brenda, have known her for over 50 years, she was good to her family and loved Jimmy more than just a son, you were the brightest light in her life. Know Jimmy that your Momma left you enough love to last a lifetime. Cherish the memories. She is in a place where she can breathe the sweetest breath ever. Love to you Jimmy and your family and all of Brenda's friends.

- Linda Lair Futrell, Savannah, Georgia

A candle has been lit!

- Mary Ellen Corbell, Savannah, Georgia

Dear Jimmy, I was sorry to hear of your Mother's passing We went to High School together and I worked with her at Local 188 until she retired. She was so proud of you and spoke of you often. She was an unique woman and I know she will be missed Love to you and your family

- Carole Kennedy , Midway, GA

Jimmy, I was sorry for your loss. Your Mother and I went to school together and I worked with her at Local 188 until she retired. She was so proud of you and spoke of you often. She was an unique woman and I know she will be missed.

- Carole Kennedy , Midway , GA

Jimmy and Lianna, Love and Prayers to you. It's so hard to lose our loved ones. I will always remember how sweet she was to me when I met her.

- Monty Allen, Lubbock, Tx

Gonna miss your infectious laugh and wonderful sweet smile! Love ya! We are here for “Little” Jimmy!!

- FRAN and Tyler HUGHES, Atlanta, Ga

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • A Private Service Will Be Held