Guest Book for Malcolm Harvey

Provided by Valley Funeral Home

Posted by: Sharon Bertrand
Fri February 08, 2019
My deepest condolences to Malcolm’s family and loved ones.   Malcolm was an inspiration to us all.   He would always have a big smile when I seen him for breakfast Sunday with his friends.   I called them  the 3 Amigos.  He will be truly missed.  

Sharon Bertrand.
 

 
Posted by: Rev. Andy and Laurene McKee
Fri February 08, 2019
So sad to hear.  Our sincerest sympathy to you all.  Malcolm has left us with wonderful memories: he was a great and loving person, a scientist,  full of music and wit and a true thesbian.  He has left a beautiful mark on the world. Hugs and love.
 

 
Posted by: Jo Anne and Ken Ahronson of Arnprior
Fri February 08, 2019
Malcolm was so helpful with the Pembroke and Area Youth Science Club (1986 to 1989).  He was a devoted volunteer as a workshop leader at one of the events.  He and Gerald Dolling were devoted to the children’s needs.  Thank you Malcolm.  Jo Anne
 

 
Posted by: Patrick Bindner
Fri February 08, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Malcom's family.  I knew Malcolm for many decades & he was a likeable, witty & friendly person.  I sailed against him in regattas, watched him perform in plays & always liked chatting with him.  It's a sad thing that he is gone from our company.

Patrick Bindner
 

 
Posted by: The Mariner Family
Fri February 08, 2019
The Mariner family is so sad to hear of Malcolm’s passing.  Having known him for many years, through our friendship with Mike and Carol, we are truly saddened by his death.  Both he and Pat have left us with many fond memories of times spent visiting Deep River, camping trips, ski vacations, and other ‘family’ get-togethers.  He was a very special person and will be sorely missed by all.
 

 
Posted by: Barbara Ambler
Fri February 08, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Brenda,who enjoyed all too few years with Malcolm, and to Michael, Deborah, Rebecca and their families in the loss of father, grandfather and great-grandfather. My years in Deep River, and those of my children growing up in Deep River, were intertwined in many ways with the Harvey family - all good, happy memories!
 

 
Posted by: Bill and Anne Seddon
Fri February 08, 2019
To the entire family,
We were deeply saddened to learn of Malcolm's passing. In festive times gone by many happy get togethers were spent in the Harvey household and Bill, along with other friends, spent an unforgettable sailing holiday with him in the British Virgin Islands.
Our sincere thoughts go with you.
Anne and Bill Seddon.
 

 
Posted by: Cynthia Sanderson
Fri February 08, 2019
Lovely memories of brother Malcolm, growing up in Heston, Middlesex UK.  We all missed him and Pat when they emigrated to Canada but were fascinated to receive letters about their many activities.  Malcolm visited UK many times and David & I were welcomed to Deep River some years ago.  The family in UK send our condolences to Brenda and our Canadian family.
 

 
Posted by: Chris Harvey
Fri February 08, 2019
God bless uncle Malcolm, known to my dad as Malloy mally  Mick mock Mick mock mo.  They had names for each other as kids. !!!. Love to all the family. He will be sadly missed x
 

 
Posted by: Paul Leeson
Fri February 08, 2019
He will be greatly missed by the entire town.
 

 
Posted by: John Wills
Fri February 08, 2019
Anne and I would like to express our sincerest condolences to Malcolm's family. We cherish the memory of joyful ski trips with Pat and Malcolm and the wonderful choral get-togethers at Christmas at their house. I will remember Malcolm as a  respected scientist and administrator at Chalk River Labs,  a gifted musician and performer in many stage and musical events, and as a proud father and grandfather.  We will miss him.
 

 
Posted by: Rena and Brian Corbett
Fri February 08, 2019
Deep River has lost a true gentleman. Malcolm always had a smile and a hello. Not only was he a scientist and a gifted musician Malcolm was a loving husband, companion, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and friend.
R.I.P. Malcolm no more suffering.
You will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Brian and Joan Harvey
Sat February 09, 2019
Goodbye little bruv till we meet again.
Remembering the fun times together.god bless xx
 

 
Posted by: Jennifer Caughill (Cox)
Sat February 09, 2019
Dear Rebecca & Family,
I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your father.  Bec, we had so many great times at your home in high school, your Mom joining us in the festivities & your Dad tolerating us all those years! Such wonderful parents.
Thinking of you & your family.
With love,
Jen (& Bruce) xo
 

 
Posted by: Marilyn Bridge
Sat February 09, 2019
So sorry to hear the sad news. I remember Malcolm as such a lovely person. He had a great sense of humour and despite living far away, he always remained close to the family and was thought of very highly. X
 

 
Posted by: Neil and Nancy
Sat February 09, 2019
Malcolm was a man of many roles, on top of a lengthy career at AECL as a senior physicist.   Our paths crossed in many musicals, starting more than fifty years ago when he was the young romantic opposite Nancy!   I recall him persuading me to take the unlikely role of leading the Choral Group for a year in a successful return to big musicals after a hiatus, and he was again the young romantic in our groundbreaking production of Fiddler on the Roof.   After another lengthy hiatus, he appeared in Superstar, Fagin in Oliver, and produced Evita.

His passing is a tremendous loss to our community...we will miss his contributions and support.   Sincere condolences to Brenda, family and friends.
 

 
Posted by: Suzanne and David Dunford and family
Sat February 09, 2019
We send our deepest sympathy to you all. I have so many fond memories of Malcolm. Can't imagine Deep River without him.
 

 
Posted by: Fran Dugle
Sun February 10, 2019
A fine gentleman and a credit to our society.  He will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Carol Collins
Sun February 10, 2019
I will always cherish my memories of Malcolm.  He was like his brother Gordon (my Dad) in so many ways - the deep tenor voice - the mischievous humour - the laughter in those kind eyes - a real gentleman.  Our thoughts are with you all. x
 

 
Posted by: Angela Weatherill
Mon February 11, 2019
So sorry to hear of the loss of Uncle Malcolm, due to distance, I didn’t meet him very often, but often heard amusing stories of how he and his brothers would play tricks on each other and other members of the family! Malcolm’s serious side was kind, considerate, intelligent and deep, and made a great impression on us all xxx
 

 
Posted by: Marchesin Family
Mon February 11, 2019
On behalf of the entire Marchesin family, I'd like to extend the deepest of sympathies to the entire and extended Harvey family. I will treasure the times on the River and Indian Point, not to mention the numerous camping and ski trips. May the memories he has left behind give you all the strength in dealing with this very difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: Neil Tuffield
Tue February 12, 2019
To all of Malcolm’s family. Sincere condolences from Cousin Doreen Tuffield (Tranter) and family in Australia & USA.  Many happy memories of times in Heston & Hounslow area (UK) in the old days. Love from Doreen.
 

 
Posted by: Janet and Art McDonald
Tue February 12, 2019
Janet and I were saddened to hear of Malcolm's passing and want to
extend our sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Malcolm was a close friend for both of us, with Art through physics
work and with Janet through music. We have many happy memories of
times spent with Malcolm, including recently during our summer visits
to Deep River. We also remember how dedicated both Malcolm and Pat
were with the ski hill providing benefits to our children and
grandchildren over many years. They will both be remembered as genuine
caring members of the Deep River community.

Malcolm was an excellent physicist, a fine musician and a good friend.
We will miss him.

Art and Janet McDonald
 

 
Posted by: Paul Breault
Wed February 13, 2019
My condolences to Rebecca and the Harvey family.  Take care.
 

 
Posted by: Ilga Shields
Wed February 13, 2019
My deepest condolences to Mike and the extended family.  May fond memories live on in your hearts and my the days get more bearable as you remember all the good.
 

 
Posted by: Michael Fedwick
Thu February 14, 2019
To Mike and family.  Very sorry to hear the news about your dad Malcolm.   My deepest sympathy and condolences on your loss.   Hope that you'll able to celebrate & share the good times and memories spent with your Dad.  “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.”
 

 
Posted by: Pam Charron
Thu February 14, 2019
We have lost a true Renaissance man. My condolences to the family. Malcolm's passing leaves a big hole in the community.We will all miss him.
 

 
Posted by: Danny Bozzelli
Fri February 15, 2019
Our deepest condolences to the Harvey family.  You are in our thoughts during this difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: richard weernink
Sat February 16, 2019
my condolences on the passing of Malcolm
 

 
Posted by: Liz Baker
Sat February 16, 2019
Hi Deb, Russ, Morgan and Owen, sending hugs from the Rockies.  There are no words to adequately address your lost.  Know that time will be a friend.  Wish we were there in person to give you a really big hug.  Thinking of you... Liz, Phil, and Claire
 

 
Posted by: Allan Smith & Gisela Evans
Tue February 19, 2019
We are very sorry to read about Malcolm’s passing. We knew Malcolm and Pat for most of our lives in Deep River through work and their involvement in the community especially in sports. Our deepest sympathy.
Allan Smith & Gisela Evans, North Vancouver, BC.
 

 
Posted by: STEVE COOPER
Sun February 24, 2019
My condolences to  you all.  Mike, Deb and Bec. Good times I had playing tennis with Malcolm.