Cheryl Lynn McIntyre

Sunrise: July 16, 1965

Sunset: September 11, 2020

Cheryl Lynn McKoy McIntyre passed away on September 11, 2020 at the age of 55. She was born in San Diego California on July 16, 1965. She was the daughter of the late Gary S. McKoy, Sr. and Barbara Gregory McKoy Burke.
Cheryl graduated from Norfolk State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in building construction. Cheryl successfully completed a 30 year career as a Senior Inspector for the Virginia Department of Transportation.

She is survived by her three beautiful daughters, Erica, Kacie, and Kennedy McIntyre and two granddaughters. She also leaves to cherish her memory her mother, Barbara McKoy Burke; stepfather, Earl Burke; siblings, Carolyn Gill, Gary S. McKoy, Jr., Adriane McKoy; her special sister, Lisa Studivant and a host of nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.

No Public Viewing Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Saturday, September 19, 2020 2:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Interment Calvary Cemetery 1600 St. Julian Avenue Norfolk, VA 23504 The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance

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    Venita Barner Acker says

    To the McIntyre and McCoy families. I am saddened by the passing of my twin (we shared birthdays). I will always treasure the time I had with her and she will live forever in my heart. She’s earned her wings now and is our angel. I loved her but God loved her best. May her sweet spirit and memories comfort you in the days ahead. Rest in heavenly peace Cheerios!

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    Mike C says

    I only knew Cheryl briefly as she was the day contact for snow/emergency duty and I was the evening contact. It was a joy to see her when we traded off shifts and despite the long day, she always seemed very chipper at the end of it. She was great to talk to and really made a positive impact before work. I will miss seeing her this winter. My condolences to the family and may she rest in peace.

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    Teresa Tyler says

    I worked with Cheryl at VDOT and lived just down Harrowgate rd from her. She was a ray of sunshine and always gave me a hug. I will really miss her. My condolences to the family, May God Bless.
    Rest in peace my sweet friend.

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    Craig Lewis says

    To the McIntyre Family. I am sadden to hear of the lost of your love one. I worked with Cheryl at VDOT at the Chester Area Headquarters. She was a ray of sunshine. We always shared a smile and conversation through out the days. She always had a smile on her face no matter where i saw her. I am going to greatly miss her and may she rest in PEACE AND GOD BLESS the Family.

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      lisa R praileau says

      Sorry to hear about Cheryl I will. Keep the family in our prayer Love cousin Lisa and family

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    Marvin and Janice Scott says

    To the family of Cheryl Lynn McIntyre, we extend our heartfelt condolences to Cheryl’s family. Cheryl had a big heart and was such a joy to be around. Cheryl and I were NSU freshman year roommates and we never let go our miracle of friendship from that day forward. To each of her loved ones we pray for your strength and peace during this difficult time. Sending much love to the family.

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    Monique Farrell says

    To the McKoy and the Mckintyre Family.

    My family and I would like to extend our love and sincere condolences as you celebrate the life of Cheryl.

    Let our hearts remember the smiles and laughter that she displayed to many.

    Cheryl and I have been friends since the age of 19 at NSU, and have been best friends / sisters ever since. Cheryls infectious smile could light up a room and her presence and beauty would turn many heads. She had a warm and caring heart. We shared SO many memories, and for that I will be FOREVER grateful.

    I thank God for the opportunity for allowing our paths to cross.

    May the peace of the Lord continue to comfort and guide you during this difficult time.

    I will miss her so much.
    Much blessings ❤️

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    Phyllis Smith says

    To the family of Cheryl Lynn McIntyre,
    It has shocked me to hear of Cheryl’s recent passing. I worked with her at VDOT. Cheryl was such a beautiful person and such a light, she was always smiling or laughing and never had a bad thing to say about anyone. I just loved her. She was such a wonderful person that adored her two beautiful girls. It is truly such a loss, I am so sorry. Continued prayers.

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    Darien C Grant says

    Rest In Peace Cheryl Lynn…

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    Giname says

    My deepest sympathy to the McKoy and McIntyre family. As I streamed the service I couldn’t help wondering how the daughters must have felt and what they were thinking as they sat in the services with their Dad, Kevin McIntyre. Keeping the family in prayer… RIP Cheryl. ?

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    Ms Gina says

    My deepest sympathy to the McKoy and McIntyre family. As I streamed the service I couldn’t help wondering how the daughters must have felt and what they were thinking as they sat in the services with their Dad, Kevin McIntyre. Keeping the family in prayer… RIP Cheryl. ?

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    Bud Jacobson says

    I was sorry to hear of your loss of such a wonderful person. I worked with Cheryl at VDOT for 10 years in the Suffolk area. She was a breathe of fresh air and devoted Christian lady with impeccable values. I know she is smiling in heaven. I pray for her daughters and their suffering during this time. I know we will see Cheryl again in heaven sitting along the side of our savior Christ Jesus ?

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