GRAHAM, Malcolm

GRAHAM, Malcolm

of Avondale

Passed away peacefully on Monday, 31 May 2021. Beloved husband of Dawn. Father of Lesley, Peter, Jeffrey, and Terry. Grandpa of his 7 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. Brother of Ellen (dec), Peter (dec), and Maddy. Malcolm will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 90 Years
At Peace
Awaiting the Resurrection

 Relatives and friends are invited to attend Malcolm’s Memorial service to be held at Parsons Funeral Home, 4 Princes Highway Dapto on Wednesday, 9 June 2021 at 10am.

For those who are unable to attend you are invited to watch Malcolm’s service via a link on

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  1. We send our condolences .
    To Dawn , we were happy to have met and come to know Malcom , we have much respect for him and the way he lived his life in service to Jehovah and his fellow man .
    Sincere best wishes John and Lillian Vilbro

  2. To my Very best friend/sister Lesley and Mum (Dawn),
    I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful man as Dad (Malcolm).
    During the short number of years you have allowed me to become one of the family (all be it from Wales, UK) i have really understood what the word Family means. I will always treasure the metal statues Dad made for me and not a day will go by when i dont look at them and think of him and the love that went into making each one. He was a man who was respected by all who knew him and will be missed tremendously by so many people. Good Night Dad. Love always Angie xx My prayers are with you all.

  3. To Dawn & Family

    Our thoughts are with you today at this incredibly sad time! From the moment you started studying with us we knew Jehovah had his hand in on this! You both became our Aussie family and we have shared many happy memories and our boys truly look at you as grandparents and speak of the fun they had when malcom would make gadgets for them in his shed! (At one time nearly starting a fire)
    We will truely miss Malcom and his sense of humour but we know it won’t be for long ! Until then he is in Jehovahs memory until the day we are all reunited!
    “I will love thee still my dear, till all the seas gang dry”! (Robert Burns )

    George, Ann Marie , William, Samuel

  4. Our thoughts are with you all today but Malcolm will always be with us, every time we go to our backyard his painting on our back wall will remind us of the fun we had doing it together. We look forward to the time when he will be well again and he can teach us how to paint. All our love Carol and Jacqui

  5. To Dawn and family, we are sending our love to you all, it was such a beautiful service to see. Bought back many memories of your time with us in Wangaratta. May Jehovah give you all the strength at this sad time but taking comfort knowing to that Malcom is resting in Jehovah’s memory along with all our loved ones.

    Until we meet again…

    Christian love
    Tom & Sharryn Morgan

  6. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all today. We will miss Malcolm dearly in the congregation. What a faithful pillar he was. Very soon he will be back with us in full health and vigor. We have one of his beautiful paintings in our house that will remind us of his wonderful artistic flair. We so look forward to that time when we are reunited with our loved ones. All our love. Doriano, Val, Tavian, Ashton.

  7. Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time, though it won’t be long before we see dear brother Malcolm back with his youthful energy & strength! We spent a wonderful 6 years in Dapto congregation & came to know what a faithful & strong brother he was, along with his cheeky sense of humour. He always based his guidance on Jehovah’s word. I was so surprised by his amazing metal creations when he shared them with me but I particularly look forward to painting with our dear brother one day. We all had the deepest respect & affection for him & look forward to many happy times in the paradise All our love & hugs, Susan Mills (Bajjada) & family ❤xo Rev 21:3,4

  8. Dear Dawn, Leslie and family,
    I am very sorry for the void now left in your lives.
    Malcolm was unique. My memories of Malcolm was a man of action, a problem solver, a lover of Jehovah. We both had a lot of respect for him.
    He will be missed for a short time while he sleeps peacefully, but then the joy of having him back with us again – what a time that will be!
    Sending our warmest love
    Gordon and Lois

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