McIntyre, Dana Lee

June 22, 1958 – November 30, 2022
at the age of 64 years


  1. Sad to hear Dana crossed over to a better place. Dana was such a joy in my life from the time he arrived at Little Shuswap Lake and later with Marnie and the dogs the joy grew as did his spiritual life. Dana’s giving seemed unending. His love for life was expressed in his outdoors activities, the people around him, and the music in his heart came out of his guitar. More could be said, but my thoughts are with Dana’s family and their immense loss. Best wishes

  2. I am saddened to hear of Dana’s passing . I worked for Dana in the early 2000’s for a short time on and off and had remained in touch with him of a friendly basis. I’ll miss him and my heart felt condolences to Marnie and Skyler . Rip my good friend

  3. It was with sincere sadness that I just learned of Dana’s passing. Many years ago we trekked the mountains in Nepal. In his company I learned many lessons about courage, determination and a zest for life. We lost touch over the years, but all the memories of time spent with he and Marnie have just come flooding back. I know he will be missed by so many and his life was not in vain. My heartfelt and sincere condolences go out to Marnie and Sky. May the memories of a life well lived sustain you during this difficult time.

  4. I was deeply saddened to hear that Dana had passed away. I had the opportunity to hire and work with Dana at Thompson Rivers University teaching Electrical courses. Dana truly enjoyed teaching and working with the students in the classroom and labs. I know Dana had battled with cancer for a long time, but he always put his best foot forward and carried on, he was a pleasure to work with and I will miss seeing him once in awhile when he came into town to go shopping.
    Peter Poeschek

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