|Birth: ||Jan. 1, 1908|
|Death: ||Dec. 28, 1999|
Dr. Donald Cameron Malcolm, age 91, of Alexandria died at 12;20 P.M. Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1999, at the J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital. Huntingdon. His death was unexpected.
Dr. Donald Cameron Malcolm, 91, of 511 Main St., Alexandria, died unexpectedly at 12:20 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1999, at J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Huntingdon.
Born Jan. 5, 1908, in Indiana, Pa., he was a son of the late Walter Younger and Sarah (Archibald) Malcolm. His wife, Phyllis M. (Lantzer) Malcolm, whom he married March 15, 1952, in Winchester, Va., survives.
Also surviving are: children, Walter Y. Malcolm, Lewistown, Mrs. Gary (Mary Katherine) Fairchild, Lewisburg, and J. "Randy" Updyke, Charleston, S.C.; and four grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Patricia Ann Malcolm, in 1946; and three brothers and two sisters, Douglas Malcolm, Harry Malcolm, W. Thomas Malcolm, Katherine Malcolm and Winona Malcolm.
He was a 1926 graduate of Indiana High School, a 1930 graduate of W&J College, and a graduate of Cornell Medical School, New York City. He served his internship and residency at Mercy Hospital, Harlem, New York City, N.Y.
He entered the U.S. Army as a captain in 1942. He served for a short time in military hospitals in the U.S. and then in London during the bombing campaign. He later joined the Fifth Armored Division, where he was in charge of a medical field unit during the invasion of France. He continued with this division until World War II ended in 1945.
He was instrumental in the construction of the Juniata Valley Medical Center, which was completed in 1972. He was a staff physician at J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Huntingdon. He retired from public practice in 1974, and saw his last patient Nov. 30, 1987. He was also team physician for the Juniata Valley athletic department.
He was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Alexandria; the Pennsylvania Medical Society; the American Medical Society; the Juniata Valley Lions Club, where he was a charter member and past president; the Alexandria Sportsman's Association, where he had served as president and treasurer for a number of years; the Alexandria Volunteer Fire Company, where he had participated in the reorganization of the company in the late 1930s; the Juniata Valley School Board, where he had served as president and a member; and a former member of Blue Lodge F&AM No. 300, the Jaffa Mosque and Altoona Consistory.
Services were held at 1 p.m Friday at the Cutright-Speck Funeral Home, Juniata Valley Chapel, 412 Main St., Alexandria, with the Rev. John C. Dean officiating. Interment was in Alexandria Presbyterian Cemetery.
Family received friends from 6-9 p.m. Thursday and and from 9 a.m. until the time of services Friday at the chapel.
Cutright-Speck Funeral Home Obituary
Courtesy of Leo (#47444957)
Alexandria Presbyterian Cemetery
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