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Malcolm Grant

Malcolm Grant

14th March 1936 - 30th November 2020


Malcolm passed away peacefully on Monday 30th of November.  
Malcolm was a man with a big heart and was loved by so many. He loved and adored his family and would do anything for them.

He will be missed dearly.  
Rest in peace, Malcolm (Dad/Pop) 
Love always, Patricia (wife, deceased),  Jackie (Daughter, deceased), Peter, Melissa and Nathan, Alyce and Jayden xx  


A funeral service was held for Malcolm on Tuesday 8th December at the Castlemaine Church of Christ.

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4 responses to “Malcolm Grant”

  1. Kevin Holschier says:

    Janne and H are greatly saddened to hear of Mal’s passing. We were delighted to meet you. Salt of the Earth. Glad the Tigers got a stack of premierships for you and that you got one too. Thanks for being you Mal.

  2. Faye Hards says:

    We would like to thank Malc for all his help in helping us win our grand finals for the Harcourt Football Club, without him helping us selling wood we would never have been able to win these finals. We were very lucky to have someone like Malc who loved helping his local footy club to succeed. Faye and Jack Hards (old footy committee). He had a heart of gold (Grumpy)

  3. Debra K. Haley says:

    Our deepest sympathy to all Mal’s family. A very lovely gentleman whom we we will miss dearly. RIP beautiful man ❤️🧡💛💙💜💕 Clarkey & Deb xxx

  4. Cathy Thompson says:

    Sincerest sympathy on the loss of Mal.
    Peter, Melissa and Alyce it’s been a hard few years for you all and my love is with you all.
    Reunited with his beloved Pat and Jackie
    Much love,
    Cathy, Mark, Alex and Abby x

Funeral Details

At the request of the family, a private service was held.