A huge hole has been rendered in our families following the sudden passing of Malcolm at his residence in Camrose, AB, weeks after his 41st birthday. Malcolm was hard-working, fun-loving, a more-than-adequate cook and a super dad who enjoyed country music and favoured the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Over the years Malcolm touched many lives; each person knew him differently and will remember him differently: Grandma Faye; Dad Michael; Aunt Pat and family; Uncle Jim and family; Mom Susanne and spouse; Aunt Deb; brothers Martin and Matthew and their families; mother-in-law Judy; sister-in-law Tracy and family; mother of his children Amanda; and his reason for being – the center of his world – his most precious and cherished five children: Noah, Caillen, Jordan, Ryder and Nevaeh; as well as numerous extended family members and dozens of people he met during his years working in the oilpatch.
Malcolm was predeceased by great-grandma Ethel, paternal grandpa Raymond and maternal grandma Margaret.
Cremation has taken place and a private celebration of Malcolm’s life will be held. “Thank you” to Constable Sarah Day of Camrose Police Service, Constable Matthew Arbeau of Strathcona County RCMP Detachment, Laurie and Kelly of Leduc and District Victim Service, and Serenity Funeral Service in Leduc.
Memorial donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.