WALKER, Malcolm Stuart
Suddenly on Tuesday, December 17th, 2019. Malcolm, in his 72nd year. Dearly beloved father of Erin Hallett (Paul) of Newcastle, Ryan Walker of Montréal and Christopher (Mihaela) of Oshawa. Loving grandfather of Ethan Brunton (Christine) and Benjamin Hallett; great-grandfather of Rosanna. Fondly remembered and lovingly missed by Elizabeth Allaway and by cousins in Scotland, including Linda and Andrew Walker and family. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 632 Thornton Road North, Oshawa, Ontario on Saturday, the 4th of January, 2020. Visitation begins at 10 a.m. and the Service at 11 a.m., with light refreshments to follow. Donations in memory of Malcolm to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Cremation arrangements entrusted to McINTOSH-ANDERSON-KELLAM FUNERAL HOME LTD., 152 King St. E., Oshawa (905-433-5558). Online condolences may be shared at makfuneralhome.com
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Dec 22, 2019Margaret Bode
Still deeply sadden by the sudden loss of Malcolm. Not only was he my colleague and mentor for 31 years but over the years I considered him a treasured friend. Like many I will miss his sense of humor, his guidance and his gentle manner but most of all I will miss his "Yes you can!" when I said I couldn't, his "Yes you are" when I said I wasn't strong enough and his "I knew" when I didn't believe in myself. Rest in peace my friend, you left us to soon but you will be with us forever in our hearts and memories.
Dec 22, 2019Geoff Freedberg
I have known and worked with Malcolm for the past 21 years. In particular the past 11 years as a colleague and Co Trustee and Director. His dedication and integrity were unsurpassed and paramount in everything he did. He was always a true professional and a wonderful human being. I will miss him.
Dec 22, 2019Leslie Zuckerman Baraf
I was deeply saddened to hear that we lost Malcolm. Malcolm was a trusted associate of my Father's and and an integral part of the Doubletex/Seagate businesses. He was someone who had his finger on everything and was enormously helpful anytime I had a question. To his children I know you have suffered an immeasurable loss. Your Father was a kind soft spoken man for whom I had the utmost respect. Please know that I am thinking of you at this difficult time, and that your Dad will live on in the hearts of all those who loved him.
Dec 23, 2019Alison Zuckerman Jarvis
I was heartbroken to find out about Malcolm's sudden passing. Malcolm was a trusted confident/advisor/friend to me and my family for many years. I will miss our many conversations, giggles, and walks down memory lane. My heart goes out to Malcolm’s entire family. Please know that he was a treasure to many who knew him and worked along side him. His spirit lives on in all of you.
Dec 23, 2019Charles Zuckerman
My deepest condolences to the Walker family. I have known Malcolm for close to 30 years. He was trustworthy and honest. My late father trusted and respected him. Rest in Peace Malcolm.
Dec 23, 2019Lori Watson
I was shocked and saddened to learn of Malcolm's passing. We worked together for 25 years. My forever memories of Malcolm are of his passion for college football, his quiet/private nature (just learned now what that "S" stood for in his name) & that he needed way more than an hour for lunch because it took him forever to eat. I was in contact with him after his retirement & even though he said it was taking him a while to get used to, he was enjoying it. My condolences to the Walker family. Rest in Peace, Gentle Giant.
Dec 23, 2019Larry Takahashi
Deeply saddened by Malcolm's sudden passing. My condolences to the Walker family. I worked with Malcolm over 30 years,and loved to talk with him about sports trivia, and movie and TV show trivia because Malcolm's knowledge of these topics was so immense. Whenever, there was an NFL or NBA draft he knew the players beforehand. I miss you Malcolm. Rest in Peace.
Dec 29, 2019Liz Nielsen
I was so sad to hear that Malcolm had passed. He was a very dear friend and I will miss him terribly. Malcolm was an extraordinary person. He was truly a good, kind person. He had a great sense of humour and a curiosity about life. I will treasure the times we spent together and he will always occupy a special place in my heart. My love and thoughts go out to the family. Go with God Malcolm.