Mac was born in Kings County, NB and lived and travelled all over Canada through his expansive career in the fireplace industry. Knowing that he and Mary wanted to retire in BC, he took a senior position with a Langley company prior to retiring in 2008. Mac filled his retirement with plenty of golf, cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers and spending much quality time with family and friends.
Memorial donations can be made to the Pacific Open Heart Association.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Always in Our Hearts!
I am very sorry to hear of Mac's passing We worked together many years ago at Selkirk
Very sorry to hear of Mac’s passing. A great friend to my brother Stu and sister-in-law Rubie. Our thoughts are with Mary and family. Every time I see a Bronco on the road I think of Mac. Z5W3YP
So very sorry to hear. Condolences to Mary and the family. You are in our prayers.
My condolences to Malcolm's family. Special thoughts are with his sisters, Donna and Sandra of Saint John, NB. Our families were great friends (and relatives) for many, many years. Have fond memories of visiting the Parlee farm where Malcolm's parents, Don and Mary, were always gracious hosts! All Mac's family , both in BC and NB, will miss him very much. Sorry for your loss. "Cousin" Rosina
I am truly sorry to hear this news. I knew Malcolm in New Brunswick and of course the Parlee Family. Malcolm was always smiling. I haven’t seen him for many years, but I will always remember what a truly gentle man he was. Kind and generous.. and of course that smile. Please accept my deepest sympathies to you and all family.. I am truly sorry to hear this very sad news. You all are in my heart and prayers. Lilly
Sorry to hear of Macs passing. Our thoughts are with you Mary & family. Cecil & Lorraine