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Dr. William James McIntyre

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“RIP Mr. Bill - I will remember you always. You were such a special part of my life; we worked many long hours during our development of the...Read More »
1 of 29 | Posted by: Katrina Luna - Edinburg, TX

“A very special friend. Your presence is missed. Lighing candle in your memory, the world was a better place with you here. To his family: deepest...Read More »
2 of 29 | Posted by: Christine McEntyre - Kerrville, TX

His retirement gift. “I have worked for Bill for the past 8 or 9 years. We had many a rough day or week during those years but we were always able to get it done and in...Read More »
3 of 29 | Posted by: Sherrie Bendele - Austin, TX

“Bill was a wonderful, kind & caring neighbor with an amazing heart. His love for others & his dedication to helping people & animals was...Read More »
4 of 29 | Posted by: Donna Laiche - Cedar Park, TX

“Bill was kind, caring, friendly, and professional. I will remember him for his smile, solid character, and willingness to help. As a fellow...Read More »
5 of 29 | Posted by: Carlton Erickson - Austin, TX

“I have fond memories of Bill from our PharmD classes and a class trip to Myrtle Beach. Our small class was close and Bill was a kind and caring...Read More »
6 of 29 | Posted by: Robin Gasloli - Philadelphia, PA

“Bill was a wonderful neighbor and he will be missed. Our family lived across the street from him in Cedar Park. He was always open to chat and...Read More »
7 of 29 | Posted by: Michelle Root - CEDAR PARK, TX

“RIP Bill. Im sure there was quite the reception at the rainbow bridge! See u when i get there.... ”
8 of 29 | Posted by: Tracie Williams

“Bill will remain a much loved member of our Cafe 1431 family. He truly cared about every soul he met and gave so much to others. Such a gentle soul...Read More »
9 of 29 | Posted by: Tracie Williams - Cedar park, TX

“Bill- you are such a treasured soul and will truly be missed! The girls and Jeremy and I will miss having a wonderful neighbor and the friendship...Read More »
10 of 29 | Posted by: Lindsey Sutton - Cedar Park, TX

“Bill will always hold a special place in our hearts. Melinda and I met Bill shortly after moving to Lexington and quickly became great friends. Maybe...Read More »
11 of 29 | Posted by: Michael and Melinda Kinsel - KY

“On behalf of the owners and employees of the 1431 Cafe we all will truely miss Bill or Mr Bill as we called him. His last visit on Halloween he...Read More »
12 of 29 | Posted by: Rick Klaser - Georgetown, TX

“I had only known Bill a short time, when he enlisted my services in selling his home. We talked often about business, and those meetings always led...Read More »
13 of 29 | Posted by: Desir'e Koottungal (Kay) - TX

“Prayers for the family and friends of Bill McIntyre. I worked with Bill at UAMS and he was such a kind and caring person. He will be missed. ”
14 of 29 | Posted by: Celeste Crittenden-Anthony - AR

“You will be truly missed Dr.McIntyre, thank you for being a great and knowledgable mentor to all of us here at the UT Austin College of Pharmacy. ”
15 of 29 | Posted by: Alyeshka Jusino- Acosta - Austin, TX

“Bill will be missed, he was such a caring person and took time to know the people he interacted with - no words, just such sadness - and grateful...Read More »
16 of 29 | Posted by: Analiza Amaya-Diaz - San Benito, TX

“Such a class act. I'm so glad I was able to work with him. He introduced me to the world of animal rescue and I now preach it to others. He was the...Read More »
17 of 29 | Posted by: Deanna Sanders - Texarkana, TX

“I am so sorry for the loss of your family member. He was a caring and giving person who shared his heart with his community as well as defenseless...Read More »
18 of 29 | Posted by: Sharon Chatham

“My deepest condolences and sympathy for you and for your family and friends...i only knew bill from Facebook, and I will never forget his words of...Read More »
19 of 29 | Posted by: Christie DeSmet - Rock islsnd, IL

“We will miss you Bill - RIP. Cene' Abroms ”
20 of 29 | Posted by: Cene Abroms - Austin, TX

“Words ae not adequate to express my sorrow on the loss of such a fine young professional and brother of Kappa Psi-Mu Omicron Pi at Wayne State. I was...Read More »
21 of 29 | Posted by: Rev. Frank P. Facione, Ph.D., R.Ph. - KY

“Am so sorry for your loss. Bill was such a sweet, kind, giving person and will be missed. ”
22 of 29 | Posted by: Georgiana Wells - San Antonio, TX

“I knew Bill through his work with rescue. He worked with DDRTX, ATDR and Tarpley Rescue. He never hesitated to help other rescues either. His heart...Read More »
23 of 29 | Posted by: Zandra Clay - ROUND ROCK, TX

Bill and his friend, rescue dog Rainbow Diamond “On behalf of the Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas foster dogs, we would like to thank Bill for all he did to help sausage dogs and other animals in...Read More »
24 of 29 | Posted by: Mandy May McEntyre - San Antonio, TX

“Billy Mac was my classmate at Wayne State, and a friend of 30 years. We shared a lot of great memories, including Doctor of Pharmacy classes, sharing...Read More »
25 of 29 | Posted by: Dr. Tom Constance - Canton, MI

“I never met Bill in person, but we both worked with animal rescues states apart. Still we chatted and when I was feeling a bit discouraged, Bill's...Read More »
26 of 29 | Posted by: Nancy Manley - Forked River, NJ

“Bill was a wonderful colleague of mine at University of Texas-Pan American. He was one of the kindest and sweetest persons that I will ever know....Read More »
27 of 29 | Posted by: Carolina Huerta - Edinburg, TX

Bill holding his framed litho of the UT Tower from the south entrance to the UT campus. “It was my privilege to call Bill a friend and colleague. First, Bill was one of the most kind and caring people that I have ever known. This was...Read More »
28 of 29 | Posted by: Lynn Crismon - Austin, TX

“My heart is broken to learn of the passing of an old friend. Bill was a neighborhood friend from Von Steuben Jr High. We were among only about 4...Read More »
29 of 29 | Posted by: Diana Piper - Ann Arbor, MI

Dr. William James McIntyre, age 57 of Cedar Park, Texas (and a native Michigander), died Friday, November 3, 2017 at home. He was born on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1959 in Highland Park, Michigan, son of Peggy (nee: Brignall) and the late James McIntyre.

A Clinical Professor who began his storied and distinguished career right here in Detroit at Wayne State University, Dr, McIntyre first earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy, then went on to expand his credentials by obtaining his Pharm.D. in 1988. While in pursuit of his educational goals, William was invited to serve his pharmaceutical residency at Providence Hospital in Southfield, Michigan which he completed in 1983. Four years later he entered his clinical residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center which spanned from 1987-1989. That would ultimately be followed by William's fellowship in cancer immunology at both the University of Texas College of Pharmacy in Austin, and the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, from 1991-1993.

With a shining and impressive resume, Dr. McIntyre provided leadership for both clinical & pharmacy practice program development, post-Pharm.D. clinical training programs, and the Pharm.D. experimental program. In Addition, he served as the administrative liaison to the cooperative pharmacy programs with the University of Texas Pan-American (UTPA) in the Rio Grande Valley and the University of Texas at El Paso. Dr. McIntyre also served as a critical administrative liaison in interactions with other academic health units at the University of Texas in Austin, the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, the University of Texas Southwestern Campuses, as well as with major healthcare provider institutions.

William was quite the busy fellow, but he did manage to balance things a bit by supporting the fine folks at the Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas, an organization committed to being the compassionate caregiver's to many of our furry friends out there in need of rescuing. All William needed to do was gaze into the eyes of those precious pups,…and his heart was stolen. A caregiver himself to many of these cuddly creatures, William was truly instilled with a special sense of animal love that guided his heart and being. And if he wasn't caring for his canine cuties, William could often be found caring for a different sort of living creatures,…his beauties out in the garden. He loved to till the soil and extend his own brand of tender-loving-care into the nurturing of its splendor and growth, and it was truly evident.

William was the beloved son of Peggy and the late James McIntyre. Dear brother of the late Charles, and brother-in-law of Susan McIntyre. He was also the loving uncle of Kathryn, Sharon, and Stephen.

A Memorial Visitation for Dr. McIntyre will be held Saturday, November 11th from 2-3 pm, with a 3 pm Memorial Service, at the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 ½ Mile Rd.) in Warren.

Memorial donations are welcomed to the Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas, P.O. Box 17736, San Antonio, TX 78217,…or at

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