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August 23, 2019

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August 20, 2019
Malcolm was a great mentor. He was supportive and kept things light-hearted, even during stressful times. He once convinced me that we had a hot tub in our law firm's Tacoma office, until he let out his big deep laugh and said, Noooo, I'm kidding. Malcolm seemed to have a witty saying for almost any situation. My favorite was a phrase he attributed to his wife and used whenever others made questionable decisions: You know, there's nothing common about common sense. Then he would break into a giant smile. As a mentor in the legal profession, Malcolm was great at asking thoughtful questions to help me think through the best strategy in a situation, rather than just directing me. As a result, he helped me learn and grow with confidence. Malcolm's large outgoing personality matched his big, compassionate heart. He was supportive, gregarious, and perpetually positive. Until I learned of his passing, he had me convinced that he was fine and getting better all the time. I will miss him tremendously.
August 18, 2019
After Ike High School, I re-connected with Malcolm, and met his lovely wife, Sandy, when they came to Tucson for a UW-UA Football game. I still laugh because both of them were so excited that we had Inn N' Out Burgers here. They had to eat there twice over the weekend, and I think that was the highlight of their trip! To Sandy, Mary and all the family, my heart felt condolences. Malcolm will be missed.
August 16, 2019
I have such fond memories of the time Perry and I spent with Malcolm and Sandy and regret loosing touch! Malcolm made the world and our lives a better place and such Fun! I have so many Wonderful stories about Perry and Malcolm in their much younger years and they make me belly laugh every time I think of them! Malcolm will be sorely missed. Im deeply sorry for your families loss.
August 15, 2019
I've known Malcolm for many, many years through the ELFA (Equipment Leasing Finance Association). Intelligent and a kind person. He will be missed.
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