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60th wedding anniversary
Editor’s note: Along with this write-up and photo of him and Alice, William McIntyre included the following note: On Aug. 14, 2013, my wife and I will have been married for 60 years. Although we moved to Texas 28 years ago from Warwick, we still are in touch with Warwick friends (amazingly I still hear from a ton of students I taught at Lockwood High School from 1950 to 1955) and we may well be one of your longtime Beacon subscribers; our interest in the city and its people remains.

William and Alice McIntyre, formerly of Warwick, will be married for 60 years on Aug. 14, 2013. They were married on Aug. 14, 1953 at St. Augustine’s Church in Providence.

Before they moved to Texas in 1985, Alice served as librarian at Bishop Hendricken High School for 17 years. Bill taught at Lockwood High School from 1950 to 1955, after which he entered elementary education and went on to serve as an elementary school principal in Coventry and Warwick for 28 years. In Texas, Bill served as a principal in the Austin School Department and completed his professional career as supervisor of student teaching at Southwest Texas State University and at the University of Texas at Austin.

The McIntyres have six children: Patricia Pequeno (Lupe) of Austin; William Jr. (Linda) of Nashville, Tenn.; Douglas J. (Cookie) of Columbus, Ohio; Dr. John R. McIntyre (Colleen) of Corpus Christi, Texas; Elizabeth Choate (Douglas) of Austin and Richard B. (Betsy) of Washington, D.C. They also have 12 grandchildren.

The family will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a banquet and attendance at two Boston Red Sox/Houston Astros games in Houston.

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