Zora Mcintyre - 3
December 30, 2022
Zora McIntyre was born July 11th, 2019 to loving parents Brian and Ashley McIntyre. From the moment she was born there was something special about her. When her sister Freya first laid eyes on her she told her she would always protect her, and they were inseparable from that day forward. Zora had a best friend in her sister and they did everything together from singing at the top of their lungs "this girl is on fire", doing each others makeup and hair or reading each other stories to Playing outside digging holes, playing with Chalk or playing in the rain. Zora was always such a happy and loving child so full of life. Whoever was blessed enough to have met her would instantly fall in love with her. Zora enjoyed playing with playdoh, playing doctor, playing with barbies and playing pretend as a puppy. Her favorite things to do outside were playing in water, drawing with chalk, or riding her ziggle. She had no fear and would play to her full extent without hesitation. She made every bug, fly, animal or creature her baby and would love and care for them for as long as she could. She was such a love bug and would give us so much cuddles and lots of love whether it would be a hug, kiss on the cheek or pucker up real big and give the biggest sloppiest kiss. Her love was the best kind of love so pure and sweet. She had the biggest heart and always wanted to make sure everyone was happy. She wanted everyone to be her best friend. The beach was Zora's favorite place to go, she asked to go every morning rain or shine. As soon as she smelled "the beach" she would squeal with excitement. At the beach she would face plant herself into the sand, make sandcastles, and scream every time a sand crab was caught. She liked to go all the way out to where the water would touch her belly for all of 2 minutes (if that) but only as long as mommy and daddy both held on and then would run as fast as she could away from the water. When Zora wasn't playing with her friends and family she enjoyed dancing. She was enrolled in a jazz class that she absolutely loved. She got to perform for the first time on stage and the pure joy that shown through her was so bright. Dance was something she was always meant to do. She loved dance so much she would ask to return every day. Zora passed away December 18th, 2022 but her memory lives on through her parents Brian and Ashley, her sister, Freya and her Grandparents Andres, Shawnee, Miles and Karen. A Celebration of life will be held January 4th, 2023 at 2pm located at Murrieta Valley Funeral Home in Zora's Honor. Please join our family in remembering her bright and beautiful life.