Peter Malcolm

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MALCOLM:  Peter Lynn
January 14, 1937 - September 11, 2019

Peacefully and comfortably, entered into rest in the “Butterfly Room” at Hardy Terrace, Mt. Pleasant, formerly of Hagersville.  Born in Brantford and raised in Galt.  The eldest son of the late Bob & Audrey (Roadhouse), and brother of the late Doug.  Survived and loved by his wife and very best friend Rhoda Ann (Durham) for 53 years, son-in-law of the late Earl & Eileen.  Loved and respected dad of Rob & Cheryl, and Scott.  Loving grandpa of Cody & Emily, Cole,  Wesley, and great grandpa to Annie.  Sister-in-law Caitlin Odlozinski, and uncle of Kim, David, Ben, James, Gordon, and Robert. Cousin of Rod & Sheila.  Growing up in Galt he played city minor league and school sports.   Was a member of the Karry-on-Kids neighbourhood group that had fun entertaining people, to make money for the “War Effort”.  He enjoyed performing at high school assemblies, and PTA meetings with jokes and doing bird calls.  “Mad” magazine and “Norman Rockwell” paintings were his favourites.  He attended Ryerson Institute of Technology in the Radio and T.V. arts program, but health issues got in the way, and in April 1966, began a career with the Ontario Ministry of Community & Social Services at White Oaks village, working with the junior boys at the Ontario Training School for Boys in Hagersville,  to adult After-Care and lastly to juvenile probation at offices in Cayuga and in Hamilton, for 25 years.  He was a member of the Hagersville United Church and has been a member of the Session, C.E. Committee and assistant teacher of the Senior Sunday School class over the years.  The family will honour his life with visitation at the Hyde & Mott Chapel of R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd., 60 Main St. S., Hagersville Monday from 6-8 pm.  Funeral Service will be held at the Hagersville United Church, 34 Main St. S., Hagersville Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 1 pm. (visiting 1 hour prior).  Interment Hagersville Cemetery.  www.rhbanderson.com
 
If you wish, please honour him by doing a “Surprise” good deed for someone or make a donation to the “end of life” “Butterfly team” at Hardy Terrace or to the charity closest to your heart.  Special thanks to Dr. Adrian Upton, Neurology Dept., Hamilton Health Sciences Centre, for all of his expertise and funny stories over the past many years, as well as all the other medical people who crossed his path.  Friends at Hardy Terrace - a simple “thank you” doesn’t seem enough, but its sincere and from the heart.  Pastor Peggy Bartlett many thanks for always being nearby and helping us to say good-bye.

Condolences

Posted by Pam Phibbs on
Rhoda Ann and sons.....So sorry to hear about Peter. He always had a smile and a cheerful greeting when he met you one of his walks.
Posted by Jason Winkworth on
Very sorry for your loss. May Peter RIP and look over you from above.
Posted by Jason Winkworth on
Very sorry for your loss. May Peter RIP and look over you from above.
Posted by Ian Cooper on
Rob, please accept my sincere condolences.Your dad sounds like he was a wonderful, fun-loving, fun-giving man. Your memories of him will sustain you through this difficult time of loss. May his laughing voice always be present in your memories. My prayers are with you and the family at this time.

Ian
Posted by Peter and Jo-Ann Duns on
Rhoda-Ann, we are thinking of you at this time. We fondly remember Peter at church and walking throughout the neighbourhood. Sorry, but we will not be able to attend the funeral. Sending our condolences to you and your family. Jo-Ann and Peter Duns
Posted by David Hampson on
Rob and Scott, sorry for your loss. Your father was a great man . Lots of memories on Hewitt drive with alll us kids running up and down the streets.
Posted by Vicki Duxbury on
Rhoda Ann and family, So sorry to read this about Peter. I shall always remember him from my time at Hagersville United-- always with a smile and friendly greeting. Deepest condolences to all of you-- may your good memories sustain you through your farewells. Sending much love, Vicki
Posted by Barbara E Hopkins on
I was most fortunate to meet Peter in 1998. I will remember him with the highest regard. We shared many laughs over the years, and I learned so much from him. In spite of his many health challenges, he remained positive and always saw the humorous side to many of the situations he found himself in. My life is richer from having Peter as a member of my circle of friends. His earthly challenges have ended, and I truly believe he will now have the peace, he so much deserves.
Posted by Kim Malcolm on
Rhoda Ann, Rob, Scott and family, you have our deepest condolences. I remember Uncle Peter as always a gentle, funny presence, who loved a good joke and enjoyed time with family. He had a wonderful voice for radio! He gave comfort and support to so many in his life, and he set an example with his service to others. I'm sorry we won't be at the service, but know we will be thinking of you all and you are in our prayers.
Posted by Doris C. Malcolm Odlozinski on
To Rhoda Ann and Family,
My sympathy to you all at this time of Peter's death. Physical distances always separated us; comically, first the far east in NFLD, then the far west in AB. This in the age before the internet etc. I recall Peter as a very kind man of integrity who had the ability of being Wacutely witty. There are now many joint memories I share with Rhoda Ann about wonderful deceased persons in the broader Malcolm family of whom Peter is now a part. Well done Peter! It's a privilege to have known you.
Posted by LeeAnn Durham Dambrowitz & Family on
Dear Rhoda Ann, Robbie, Scott and families:
I am so sorry to hear of Peter's passing, my sincere condolences to all of you. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Brian Doxtdator on
Dear Malcom Family,
My deepest condolences on the passing of Peter. I worked with Peter for many years and he was my mentor and fountain of wisdom when I joined probation services in 1975. Peter was kind, caring and supportive and his moral compass was always a source of great inspiration and encouragement. I will always remember that laugh and the gleam in his eyes, a privilege to know the manV
Posted by Bob and Rita Bennett on
Dear Rhoda Ann, Rob, Scott and family,
We send our sympathy on the death of your dear husband and father, Peter.
We have some fond memories of time spent in his company.
You are fortunate to have had him in your lives. May memories of times past bring you comfort now.
Sincerely Bob and Rita
Posted by |Scott Malcolm on
I wanted to say a heartfelt "thank you" to everyone who has remembered our Peter (dad) here, on another platform, or at the visitation or funeral service. He was the BEST dad. I can only hope I am half the dad he was. And, he was a wonderful person to all who met and knew him. He is missed. Thank you all.
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