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“My heart goes out to Tricia's family & children..She was an amazing woman & she should not have been taken from her family..My deepest sympathy for...Read More »
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“Love you always auntie forever in our hearts ”
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Tricia E. McIntyre, 55, of Taunton, Mass passed away Friday June 18, 2021.

Born 2/20/1966 in Newburyport Mass. Tricia was the first girl in history to play little league baseball in Newburyport, she played for the Orioles. Tricia excelled in band, basketball and softball at Amesbury High School where she graduated 1984.

She was also a sunbeam and Jr. Cadet in the Newburyport Salvation Army. Tricia's proudest accomplishment was her children. She had the most amazing heart, was loyal, protective, genuine, and the most selfless person. Words from Tricia: if you remember anything about me after I leave this world, remember I loved even when it was foolish. That I cared even when it was unwanted. When my body is gone remember my heart. And we all will remember Tricia's amazing heart of gold.

Daughter of Lindalee Fonseca Gouthier and Ronald James McIntyre, Livermore Maine. And stepdaughter to Grover Gouthier, Livermore Maine. She is survived by her wife Cristal McIntyre of Taunton, Mass. 3 daughters Alexis Monk, Warwick RI, Skylah McIntyre, Taunton Mass, Caylee McIntyre, Taunton Mass. One son Richard McIntyre Taunton Mass and one granddaughter Addilynn McIntyre, Taunton Mass. Sister to Andrea Noyes, Wood River Illinois, Howard McIntyre, Amesbury Mass. Narissa Neives, Livermore Maine, Ronald and Lisa McIntyre of Saco Maine. And several nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend visiting hours on Saturday from 11a.m - 1 p.m. in Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services 605 Washington Street (Rte.138) Easton. For directions or condolences visit www.kanefuneralhome.com