Franklin Emerson McIntyre, 78, died peacefully at his home in Lake Placid NY on May 4th 2020 Frank, son of Harry and Florence Emerson McIntyre of Long Lake NY, was born on November 25,1941 At the family home on the Newcomb Road in Long Lake He is predeceased by son Timothy and 2 sisters, Anne Vannucci and Helen Wallace. He is survived by daughter, Laurie McIntyre of Selden, NY, son Brian & Jennifer of Mooers, NY, Son Joel of Plattsburg, NY and 5 grandchildren; Joey, Jordan, Julianna, Janae, and Robert; Two brothers , James of Long Lake, NY and Edward of Lampoc, California and one sister, Ruth McIntyre Howe Of Long Lake, NY Frank attended Long Lake central school. In 1959, Frank and George Boudreau located and recovered the steamboat "Buttercup", which had been sunk in the vicinity of the Sagamore hotel. Frank worked for Duke Austin at his garage in Long Lake for many years For the long-time residents, he will be remembered for his black 1964 Lincoln Continental. He will also be remembered for his sense of humor, along with his love of Chet Atkins music. Frank was baptized in July 1973 as one of Jehovah's Witnesses. He continued doing God's work especially in his later years having zeal for the ministry Frank resided on Long island NY from 1966-2008, at which time he worked for Layne well drillers and a member of local 138 operating engineers, from 1967-2001 in 2008 Frank returned to Long Lake till 2019 ,when he moved to Lake Placid< New York.
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, there are no calling hours. A private family graveside service was held May 7. 2020 at the Long Lake Cemetery in Long Lake, NY. The M. B. Clark, Inc. funeral home in Lake Placid, NY was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends are invited to share a memory, upload a photo, or leave condolences at www.mbclarkfuneralhome.com .
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