We lost Malcolm unexpectedly on Saturday 5th January. He seemed in good health and had just finished creating a fancy new henhouse. He loved life and enjoyed living in Devon. His death is a shock to all of us but we are very grateful that he didn't suffer. Malcolm was much loved and well liked by all who knew him. He was uncomplicated, calm and decent. He has left a hole in our lives.
Please do not send flowers. Malcolm preferred to see them growing naturally in gardens. If you wish to donate in his memory, our chosen charity is King George’s Field, a local charity of Uplyme, the village that Malcolm loved. The money raised will help buy special lights for the cricket pitch so that the Devon Air Ambulance will be able to land in Uplyme at night-time. Malcolm believed that charity begins at home. Donate if you wish, or a light a candle in his memory.
Malcolm had never wanted a funeral as he did not like fuss but we can't follow his wishes, as we – and so many people - want to say goodbye. His cremation service will be small and private. The following wake is for close family and friends.
Vivienne, Catherine and Emily
We loved being with Malcolm! He was good-natured, a delightful traveling companion and a good friend. Our hearts are aching....
Remembering Malcolm as a kind and gentle man. Our thoughts are with his close family at this sad time.
Remembering Malcolm as my loved and creative brother
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