Suddenly and unexpectedly in his 68th year, Andrew passed away on March 19, 2021.
Predeceased by his parents, John W. Malcolm and Doris I. Malcolm (nee Fleetham).
He leaves behind brothers, Ian (Nilay) of Montreal and Robert (Cecilia) of Petersfield, Manitoba; five nieces and nephews, Stuart, Rebecca, Anne, J. Thomas and Emma. He leaves also his aunts, Jacqueline Gowland and Margaret Collings, and his cousins of the Gowland clan.
Graduating from Bishops University with a Bachelor of Science degree he continued his studies at the University of Manitoba receiving his Masters degree in Immunology. Thereafter he obtained his PhD at the University of British Columbia. His career consisted of work in the private sector as well as academia. For almost 20 years he has functioned as the Director of Research Operations Clinical Islet Transplant Programme at the University of Alberta.
Andrew was dedicated to his work and was keenly aware that this work was instrumental in changing the lives of patients for the better. He was a loyal brother, uncle and friend. He is most affectionately remembered as someone who stepped up to help family and friends when his quiet competence and compassion was most in need.
A service celebrating Andrew’s life will be conducted at 10:00 AM, April 12, 2021 and this service will be livestreamed.