On Aug. 26, 2020, Leonard H. McIntosh passed away peacefully at Clearwater Health and Rehabilitation. Leonard was born at Browns Creek outside of Pierce, Idaho to Kingsley and Esther McIntosh on Sept. 7, 1929. Leonard served two years in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was stationed in Japan as a mechanic.

Leonard married Jenny Fields in 1959. He and Jenny moved to Oregon where he briefly owned a lumber mill.

They moved to Montana where they divorced and Leonard moved back to Pierce, Idaho.

Leonard continued logging and eventually owned his own logging truck until he retired.

In 1961 Leonard married Opal Brown. They lived in Pierce until 1971 when they purchased some property outside Weippe, Idaho. Opal passed away in 2001.

In 2001 Leonard married Ruby Mcleod.

Leonard is survived by his wife Ruby Mcleod, brother Donald McIntosh of Weippe, stepsons George Brown of Orofino, Richard Brown of Orofino, Mick Brown of Spokane, WA., and Walt Mcleod of Orofino, stepdaughter Eulavene Baker of Topeka, KS and many nephews and nieces.

Preceding Leonard in death were his wife Opal, father Kingsley, mom Esther, brothers Clifford, Charles, and Virgil, sisters Margret, Alice, and Florence and stepsons Pat Carrico and David Carrico.

Leonard’s health forced him to become a resident of Clearwater Health and Rehab in January of this year. The family would like to thank the staff of Clearwater Health and Rehab and Dr. Ann Lima for the excellent care they provided Leonard.

Services will be held at a later date.

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