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Darry Joseph (D.J.) McIntosh

Darry Joseph (D.J.) McIntosh was born on July 21, 1949 to Jarold and Maxine McIntosh and passed away peacefully at his home in Galena, MO on January 24, 2020 after a brief battle with cancer.

D.J. McIntosh

D.J. was well known for his musical talent and sense of humor. He was born in Norwood, MO and his family moved to Defiance, Ohio where he grew up and raised his own family. He played in many different bands in Ohio: The Highland Ramblers, Prism, Rajun Kajun, and more. He was well known as a left handed guitar, dobro, banjo and steel guitar player with a unique talent to pick up a right-handed instrument and play it upside down just as well!

D.J. returned to Missouri and spent 25 years as a musician at Silver Dollar City playing with the Horsecreek Band and then Cedric Benoit and the Cajun Connection.

D.J. is survived by his Sis, Guavana (Jim) Phipps; His daughter, Bobbi (Stan) Gagnon; his grandsons, Austin (Laura) Gagnon and Dillon Gagnon; his Niece, Tess (Adam) Ridgway and their sons Ben and Zach Ridgway; his nephew, Jason (Lisa) Phipps and their daughter Libbey Phipps. He is also survived by his ex-wives, Kathy (Ron) Bickel, and Sandra Davis. D.J. was preceded in death by his parents, and his 2 sons, Andy and Joey.

D.J. requested that no funeral service be held. However, a website has been created in his memory. We invite you to join us and share a story, picture, or video at:


Cremation was under the direction of Stumpff Funeral Home Crane, MO.

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