Sir Knight Orin E. McIntosh (pictured with his beloved wife Shirley) demonstrated service and charity like few others. Even-tempered is an understatement. A man who truly loved his family, his faith, and the brotherhood of the Knights of Columbus.

Orin Edward McIntosh, 79, of the 700 block of Water Hickory Court, died Thursday, January 23, 2014 in Virginia. He was a native of Oswego, New York and a resident of Chesapeake since 1993. He was the son of the late Joseph and Ellen Williams McIntosh.

Orin retired from Rollaway Bearing as a Draftsman in 1978. He was currently president and owner of Door and Window Services in Chesapeake, VA.

He was a Roman Catholic and a member and usher of Prince of Peace Catholic Church. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus, Council 8240 and its Fourth Degree. Orin loved antiques, especially fond of cars. He was a member of the Antique Car Club of Chesapeake.

Survivors include his loving wife of 59 years, Shirley Ann Knopp McIntosh of Chesapeake, his daughters, Mary Beth Burgmeier and her husband David of Liverpool, NY and Julie M. Jackson and her husband Ronald of Virginia Beach, his sons, Christopher Williams McIntosh and Pearl Ibarra of Chesapeake and Colin Andrew McIntosh and his wife Marji of Perrysburg, New York. He is survived by his sister Sally Spath of Oswego, New York and Kathryn Rucynski of Parish, New York. He was predeceased by his sisters Jeanette McIntosh Currier and Marsha McIntosh Schaffer. He is also survived by five grandchildren, Jonathan and Barbara Burgmeier, Kriston Rabon, Chad and Natalie Jackson, and two great grandchildren, Hannah and Tyler Rabon and many nieces, nephews and cousins.