Malcolm Bain ANDERSON

Victoria, British Columbia


ANDERSON, Malcolm Bain May 23, 1934 - May 20, 2013 Malcolm died peacefully at home at the age of 78 in Victoria, BC. He is survived by Moira, his wife of 54 years; his daughters, Melissa and Marianne (Andrew Clarke) and much loved granddaughter, Olivia. Malcolm was a rare man - good natured,...

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An absolutely delightful man in every way. My deepest condolences to Moira and the children.

It is with Great sadness that I heard of the passing of Malcolm only 2 days ago. He was a dear friend and a great supporter of St Michael's. He will be truly missed, especially on Ice Cream Day where he had become a fixture. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family on the passing of such a fine man.
Nihil Magnum Nisi Bonum

You have my sincerest condolences Melissa and family.

I have lost both my parents in 2002 and 2005 and fully understand your feelings.

Know that though the feeling of missing my parents has never dissipated, the pain of it does dwindle.

I wish you all the best.

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Malcolm was such a supportive person and volunteered for his community. He made Victoria a better place and his loss will be felt by all of us. To Moira, Fiona, David, Sandra and the rest of Malcolm's immediate family, our prayer's are with you during this difficult time.

Alan and Grace Lowe

Our deepest sympathy to Fiona, David ,Sandra and all of Malcolm's family members. Take comfort in the many memories and good times you shared together. I will remember his warm smile, and the light that always seemed to shine so brightly in his eyes.
Sherry Wheeler and Michel Lavigne.

Moira, D'Arcy and I send our deepest sympathies. When I think of both you and Malcolm , I picture our walks on Queenswood and always the extension of neighbourly good cheer when we met one another. Malcolm's enthusiasm for life was infectious. He will be missed. D'Arcy and Isabelle Boulton aboard sv Ideal 1, Curacao

I always admired Malcolm's grace and good humour. His boundless enthusiasm and sense of curiosity will be much missed. Even in casual conversation he had the ability to make one feel special and listened to.

My deepest sympathy to Moira and family who I hope will take some solace in a life so well lived.

Best regards,
Pamela Madoff

Moira and family, David and Fiona and families.

So sorry to hear of Malcolm's death. I'm sure his passing will leave a huge hole in all of your lives; but, I'm thankful you were able to share his journey over the last few years. It was wonderful to see all of you, including Malcolm at the Hike for Hospice and to see all the loving support for Malcolm.

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you and I trust that your lifetime of wonderful memories will sustain you...

Malcolm was a very special person. The kind of person you love to know and are always so pleased to see. He will be so missed but his memory should inspire us all.