Malcolm-Lovell-Obituary

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Malcolm Read Lovell

Washington, District of Columbia

Jan 1, 1921 – Oct 26, 2018

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Malcolm Lovell passed away on October 26, 2018. Funeral Home Services for Malcolm are being provided by Joseph Gawler's Sons, LLC of Washington, DC.

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Dear Celia, Lucy, Sally, Annette, and Caroline
I was so very sorry to hear of the passing of dear Cousin Mac. He certainly was a bright light in the Mead family. He always had a huge smile and great laughs. He was also a fabulous poet, having sent dad a fabulous 80th birthday poem dad kept and cherished. Much love to you all. You are in my thoughts and prayers, love Priscilla

I am sorry for the loss of your love one. May Prayer ease your sorrow, give you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Matthew 21:22

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the death of your dear love one may God give you strength to endure this most difficult time sleep my dear brother see you in paradise

Dear Celia
We are thinking of you so much these days. If we were able to come to Washington at this time you know we would attend the service. What a grand gentleman Mac was! He left so many friends behind, but he also left a superb legacy.
Much love to you,
Nancy & Phil

Mac-always the wise, gifted leader- served as chairman of the Inter-Association Trade Group (IATG), a coalition of trade associations which met regularly in the early-mid 1970s, under the auspices of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and facilitated cooperation/preparation in advance of the multilateral trade negotiations known as the Tokyo Round. Mac later served as a director with the Industry Center for Trade Negotiations (ICTN) - a coalition of companies and associations...

Cousin Mac was the brightest light in my life growing up . He showed me by his Being how much fun life can be, adventurous, curious, alive! And always forever young!
I loved how he stopped to listen with interest and patience and the amazing wisdom him imparted. I really felt heard and honored.
I will never forget the freezing cold spring pool he had in the countryside in Michigan. He taught me to dive in head first without testing the water. That's about how I imagined he lived...

We knew Mac from our New Year's Eve parties in D.C. He was a very special person as evidenced by the biography in the obituary. Our thoughts and love go out to Celia and the rest of the Lovell family.

I am so sorry for your loss. It is always so very hard to lose a loved one in death. Our loving Heavenly Father is very aware and understand your painful loss. He will listen to your prayer and pay attention to your pleas for help because he is near to all those calling on him. He will hear your cry for help and give you comfort. Your family and friends have my deepest condolences. (Psalms 86:6-7)