Gregg McIntosh of Wawaka, Ind., died Tuesday (Feb. 6) at Goshen Hospital. He was 65.
McIntosh founded Goshen-based McIntosh Show Landscapes in 1995 with his wife, Nancy, which worked with Monaco Coach Corp. and several other manufacturers setting up displays for trade events.
He was born May 28, 1952 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to Bryce “Glen” and Adele G. (Birkinshaw) McIntosh. On September 20, 1984 he married Nancy Maus in Winston Salem, N.C.
She survives along with daughters, Cindy Maus of Enola, Pa., Pamela Perrelli of Middletown, Pa., and Kelly (Bill) Helsley of New Cumberland, Pa.; five grandchildren, Megan, Ashley, Anna, Andy and Ben; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Julia Datish of Cortland, Ohio and Sue (Kim) Wilfong of Goshen; and a brother, Bruce McIntosh of North Freedom, Wis. He was preceded in death by his parents.
McIntosh was a 1970 graduate of Goshen High School where he participated in tennis and swimming. He was part owner of McIntosh Greenhouse and Garden Center, Goshen, from 1976 until 1995 before founding McIntosh Show Landscapes.
He currently attended Ligonier Evangelical Church and formerly attended Zion Community Church, Millersburg. As hobbies, Gregg enjoyed fly fishing and bee keeping.
Friends may call Friday (Feb. 9) from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at Yoder-Culp Funeral Home, Goshen, and Saturday one hour prior to the 11 a.m. memorial service at the funeral home. Pastors Troy Diersing, Ligonier Evangelical Church, and Chris Howell, former pastor at Zion Community Church, will officiate.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial gifts be directed to the American Cancer Society or Turning Point Educational Center, Ligonier.