Leroy Kenneth Kintner
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LEROY KENNETH KINTNER
May 20, 1931 ~ March 15, 2015
"Leroy was devoted to his family and friends.
His love was unconditional."

Leroy Kenneth Kintner, 83, of Vancouver, WA, went home to the Lord on Sun., March 15th, 2015. He was born May 20th, 1931 in Montrose, CO, son of Richard and Edith Kintner. Leroy graduated from high school in Aberdeen, WA where he met his loving wife Iris.
He served in the Navy from 1949 to 1952.
Leroy contracted polio in l955. He moved his family to Vancouver for rehabilitation and to attend Clark College.
Leroy was a cartographer for the U.S. Forest Service.
He enjoyed many hobbies such as hunting, fishing, boating, woodworking, and leather craft. Leroy was a sports enthusiast. He loved bull riding, golf, basketball, baseball and football (Go Mariners and Seahawks!).
Leroy had tremendous patience and strength
to deal with adversities throughout his life.
He will be missed but always close to our heart.
Leroy is survived by Iris, his wife of 64 years; daughters, Bev Carmichael (Larry) and Pam Staples (Kevin); son, Mike Kintner (Susan); cherished grandchildren, Jeremy Carmichael, Sarah MacDonald, Scott, Todd and Jeffrey Staples, Crystal and Jordan Stark; sixteen much loved great-grandchildren; sister, Bonnie Scogin (Cliff); and so many wonderful nieces and nephews.
There will be a Celebration of Life on Sat., March 28th at 3:00 p.m. at First Evangelical Church, 4120 N.E. St. Johns Road, Vancouver WA.
In lieu of flowers, you may make donations to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.
Please sign his guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits.

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Published in The Columbian on Mar. 22, 2015.
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April 16, 2015
Leroy was my first supervisor in my Forest Service career. He was a great boss, very supportive. Also a warm caring human being. He will be missed by all.
Dave Lang
March 27, 2015
You have my deepest sympathy. When you lose someone very precious,no one else can really know all that you feel... But, please know that many caring thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. Psalm 119:76
March 26, 2015
Leroy applying sticky type to a FS map, 1974.
Mark Flannery
March 26, 2015
Leroy examining a FS map, 1974.
Mark Flannery
March 26, 2015
I think of Leroy and I smile...
We worked together at the Forest Service on numerous projects for many years, and always enjoyed each others company. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Leroy was a good man who will be missed.
Don and Kathy Oliver
March 25, 2015
LeRoy was my first boss with the Forest Service in 1972 until he retired and I adored him. He was always so supportive and encouraging. I LOVED the cute things his Grandkids had to say. He was so proud of his kids and Grandkids...a man of honor. Sending prayers to his beautiful family.
Cindy Gauthier
March 24, 2015
I've got lots of great memories--great man--great fisherman.
George Fuller
March 23, 2015
Leroy was a great and loving guy. He will be missed greatly and never forgotten.
Linda James
March 23, 2015
Love ya Leroy. Thanks for the great memories. Our heartfelt love to the whole family. Dave and Marget.
David Fuller
March 23, 2015
Sending my thoughts and prayers to the Kintner family. Leroy was my first boss, as the head of "Drafting" at the US Forest Service. Leroy was a great boss, and I've always appreciated his encouragement and assistance early in my career.
Mark Flannery
March 22, 2015
Marc & Denise Holland
March 22, 2015
Iris, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss.
Bob & Elaine Snaric
March 22, 2015
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Iris and the entire Kintner family. Leroy was such a friendly and outgoing man who always had a smile and a kind word. He always treated us not only as friends but as family. We loved him and will miss him.
Sandy & Duane
Duane Burckhard
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