We don’t have all the details yet, and we will try to provide more when we get them, but Dr. Angus McIntosh, president of the Grazing Allotment Owners Association, and recognized expert on the subject of federal grazing allotments, has passed away.
Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, June 24, 2021 in Craig, Colorado, at the LDS Chapel, located at 1295 West 9th Street, Craig, Colorado. There will be a visitation for family and friends from 9-10 a.m., and funeral services starting at 10:30 a.m.
Dr. McIntosh was a great, one-of-a-kind resource, and both his knowledge, understanding, and passion for the subject matter will be greatly missed and irreplaceable. Both Dr. McIntosh and his family made great sacrifices for the work he did, with little material blessing(s) in return. We can only hope that they will reap their rewards in the hereafter.
We have re-published several posts about Dr. McIntosh’s range workshops in his memory.
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2 thoughts on “Grazing Rights Guru Dr. Angus McIntosh has Died”
What a shock to hear that Angus has passed. My deep condolences to the family.
I hope that he will continue to shine a light on all of us and especially young lawyers in the quest for the truth on property rights.