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Nathan R. Malby

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Nathan Malby passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Nathan are being provided by Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on August 8, 2011.

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Just read of Nathan's loss in the St. Thomas magazine. We were college classmates and Lisa Olchefske (Gilbert) and I always enjoyed hanging out with Nathan. Leah was the roommate of our good friend Ann Biales at St. Kate's. We teasingly called her Princess Leah and told Nathan that meant he was Luke Skywalker. He was a great guy. Much sympathy.

I just learned of Nathan's passing. I am sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of hanging out at your house and going sailing at Lake Harriet. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

It is amazing how many people Nathan touched and how deeply considering the fact that he had to spend almost full time for many of his years struggling to stay alive. He, of course, was supported by a loving and devoted family. All in all each and everyone of them is deserving of the highest of human credit. Nathan by example has taught those of all ages who knew him that life and its ups and downs is a precious thing to be forever cherished. Nathan was the bravest and most courageous...

I talked with Nathan alot while I worked at the YMCA in Edina. He talked alot about the Tour de France, about what a great race it was. I have been hooked ever since. I think of you during the time of the tour and will always remeber and continue to think of you during the race. Thanks.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Mrs. Malby and family-I was out of town and just heard about Nathan's passing. I wanted you to know how sorry I am for your loss. He was a great guy. We just recently connected on facebook and it was great! He always protected me in high school and was a great friend to me. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Laura Hinton Lancrete

Helen:
I was sorry to hear of your son's death. Having also experienced the death of my son, I know how much you will miss his presence. My condolence to you and your family.

Leah, Pat and family,
I am so sorry for the loss of this important person in your life. I hope happy memories of your time spent together will give you comfort during this difficult time.

I'm sorry--just a clarification about my entry. I was so upset by the news of Nathan's death I forgot to add my maiden name to my message. I'll correct that now.