December​ 2, 1925 — Nov​ember​ 9, 2017

Lynn Colleen (Barker) MacIntosh, 91, of Longview went to be with her Lord on Nov​ember​ 9, 2017, with loved-ones nearby.

She was born to Joshua W. and Amy Lynne (George) Barker on December 2, 1925, in Boise, Idaho. In May of 1940, she married Nicholas M. Ourada of Boise. They had four children, Sharon, Connie, Nick Jr., and Bill. They later divorced in 1955. She moved to the Seattle area in 1958 and attended Highline Community College. Colleen managed a tax office, C&W Tax Co., for several years. She then started her own bookkeeping and tax preparation business, Colleen Walker & Associates.

In June of 1985, Colleen married David J. MacIntosh and moved to North Bend where they combined their talents and opened C&D Bookkeeping. After David’s passing in 2004 she continued the business for several years with the help of family. In October of 2009, Colleen moved to Longview to be near more of her family.

She is survived by her four children, Sharon Herren (Jerry) of Longview, Connie Varner (Mitchell) of Grandview, Wash., Nick Ourada Jr., of Longview, and Bill Ourada (Linda) of Maple Valley, Wash.; three stepchildren, Jack MacIntosh (Bobbie) of Sellersburg, Ind., Shawna Donahue (Kent) of Louisville, Ky., and David MacIntosh (Tina) of Scottsburg, Ind.; a sister, Laura Howell; two brothers, William Barker (Frances) and George Barker; 19 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren; and 21 great-great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, David, Colleen was preceded in death by her former husband and good friend, Nicholas in 2002; a grandson, Anthony Ourada; and a great-grandson, Donovan Herren.

A memorial service is planned for 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec​ember​ 2 at Three Rivers Bible Church, 102 Harris St., in Kelso.

A reception will follow.

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