Catherine B. McIntyre, 46, Greendale WI, passed away unexpectedly at approximately 4:30 am on November 11th, 2022. She was a registered organ donor that donated several lifesaving organs.
Catherine was born November 25th, 1975 at St Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac Wisconsin and resided with her family in Greendale Wisconsin for the last 16 years. She most recently worked at CloudMed (R1) and Aurora Health Care working with insurance companies as a Reimbursement Specialist. She also worked at the Greendale Middle School and as a dental hygienist in downtown Greendale with Dr. Watson.
She was a beloved mother and wife who enjoyed hiking, rock climbing, camping and really any vacation or activity with her family and friends.
She is survived by her Husband, Scott McIntyre, Greendale; 3 Children, Michael McIntyre, Morgan Gundrum (Anthony Loiacono) , and Veda Gundrum (Phillip Geil); Mother and Father, Dean and Barbara Einerson, Milwaukee; Brother and Sister-in-law, Dean Einerson (Kaija Webster), Duluth; Sister-in-law Ashley (Nick) Robinson, Mother-in-law, Mary McIntyre, Janesville; Father-in-law, Mark McIntyre, Beloit; Mother-in-law, Debby Jones, Beloit; 1 niece Bridget, 1 nephew Dominique, many Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins, and one shiba eskimo dog named Niji who always wanted to go for a walk with her but would never let her put the leash on.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, November 19, 2022 from 10-1130am @ HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME 4800 S. 84th St. Greenfield. A time of remembrance service will take place at 1130am.
Contributions in memory of Catherine can be made to the Wehr nature center here: navigate to ‘a lasting memory’ at the bottom: https://friendsofwehr.org/honorary-memorial-gifts/ The Direct link is https://friendsofwehr.z2systems.com/donation.jsp?campaign=6&. For the ‘Acknowledgement Information’ section please use Name: Scott McIntyre, Email: [email protected], and phone 414-367-4110. She would really love this!
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME
4800 S. 84th St.
Greenfield, WI 53228
We will miss your contagious laughter and your love of life. Fly high!
I’m at loss for words. I wish I could hug each one of you. Scott, I’m always going to Milwaukee. If you need anything please let me help. I’m sending you lots of special hugs. Holding your sadness, while you take care of you and your love ones