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Celebrating the life of.....Michael Malcom

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

 

   Funeral Service:  Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017

                              1:00 PM 

                              Friendship Baptist Church
                             106 Smith Street, Thomasville, NC 27360

 

Obituary 

 

             Michael Malcom was born on May 19, 1961 in Evanston, Illinois.  His journey was fulfilled with family, fun and life experiences. In the late afternoon of October 17, 2017, Michael entered into heaven gates. 

 

             Michael  attended Valley High School in Santa Ana, California and graduated in 1979. He later relocated to Archdale, NC with his parents.  He was a faithful member of Friendship Baptist Church. 

 

Michael loved and supported his family. Whenever they reached an achievement, he would be right there to cheer them on. Michael loved  people and people loved him.  He was very active within his church  and community.  Michael would help anyone who needed assistance. Michael loved to traveling, especially to the west coast to  visit with his siblings. Family will fondly remember vacationing to  Hawaii. Michael knew that  cleanliness was next to          godliness, and boy did he love to clean.

 

Surviving to cherish his precious memories include his loving parents; Frank and Bernice Malcom, four brothers, James (Shirley)  Malcom, Frank (Charlotte) Malcom III, both of Santa Anna, California, Richard (Malida) Malcom, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Scott (Terri) Malcom of Salt Lake City, Utah; one sister Lorraine (Ceaser) Jackson of Oklahoma City,  

Oklahoma ; and a host of other relatives and friends. 

 

 

You, Lord, are my shepherd.  I will never be in need.
You let me rest in fields of green grass.
You lead me to streams of peaceful water,
      and you refresh my life.

You are true to your name, and you lead me
      along the right paths. I may walk through valleys
as dark as death, but I won't be afraid.
You are with me, and your shepherd's rod makes me feel safe.

You treat me to a feast, while my enemies watch.
You honor me as a guest, and you fill my cup until it overflows.
Your kindness and love will always be with me
      each day of my life,

and I will live forever in your house, LORD.

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                 

 

 

 

             

 

 

 

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