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Malcolm Ronald Edwards “Malc”

"A light is from our household gone. A voice we loved is still"

Date passed: 31st of May 2018

Funeral date: 15th of June 2018

“A light is from our household gone. A voice we loved is still”

Peacefully at Station House Nursing Home, aged 75 years. The beloved husband of Margaret, loving dad of Nick and Richard, cherished grandad of Georgia, Stacey, Vicky and Kevin. Also a great grandad, brother and friend to many who will be sadly missed.

His  funeral will take place in Crewe Crematorium chapel on Friday 15th June at 12.40pm.


2 Condolences

  1. Gill Roberts on June 5, 2018 at 1:59 pm

    I loved you dearly Malc, not just as a work colleague and neighbour but as a dear close friend and confidante. Things will never be the same for me. I’ll miss our long chats at the gate putting the world to right and having a good laugh at times gone by. You were one of life’s great gentlemen and it’s a sad place without you. Free from pain now, please have a word with Dad for me. RIP Sir. Love always Gill and Steve Roberts xx

    - Approved by oconnell
  2. John Roseblade on June 11, 2018 at 11:10 pm

    I was fortunate to meet Malc some years back when he worked with a team of people under Harry Preston, the then Quality Manager at BREL Crewe Works. Malc was a confident and an excellent Engineer who always had something sensible to add to any discussion.
    Later he joined us at Derby HQ as a Quality Assurance Engineer visiting Suppliers works ensuring that products were of the right standard before being despatched to the various BREL Workshops.
    Malc became a close friend as well as a colleague and proved to be extremely trustworthy and reliable in his job. This was very demanding yet Malc always had a smile. He was well respected throughout and people soon realised that they needed to be on their toes when Malc arrived at their premises. Malc could never tolerate fools.
    I have wonderful memories of how together we steered our way through numerous problems.
    In his retirement it was a pleasure to visit him and relive past memories. Even in these very difficult times he was able to laugh about moments gone by.
    I will miss him greatly.
    John Roseblade

    - Approved by oconnell

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