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Martin Anthony McIntosh
Martin Anthony McIntosh

Martin Anthony McIntosh, 24, of San Clemente, passed away May 13, 2014, at Fort Hood military post in Killeen, Texas.

A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, May 24, 2014 at Forest Lawn in Cathedral City.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to PWCCSC, Attn: Marty McIntosh Loved Corgis (Rescue Dept.), 160 E. Columbia Avenue, Pomona, CA  91767.

Marty was born October 27, 1989, in Laguna Beach, to Lynn Voss.

He loved his Corgi dogs, Rocky and Peter, Carl’s Jr. hamburgers and GameStop.  Marty loved Japanese culture, including anime, music and the ability to speak Japanese.  Marty became a certified U.S. Air Force electrical power engineer at Sheppard AFB, Texas in  2012, then served honorably for two years while earning the rank of Senior Airman at the Kadera Air Base in Okinawa, Japan.

Marty is deeply loved and survived by his mother, Lynn Voss and brother, Rory McIntosh; grandmother, Kay Voss; uncles Dean, Dale, Don and David Voss; aunts, Gina Ghiglietti, Pam, Amanda and Joy Voss; cousins, Tyler, Dawson, Anna, Sara, Ronan, Dexter, William and Chara Voss; extended family and friends; and preceded in death by his grandfather Donald Voss.

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