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Malcolm McInnes

Malcolm McInnes  was born on 2nd April, 1931 and passed away on 3rd May, 2024.

Aged 93 years. Late of Bolton Clarke Fairways and formerly of Gold Coast and Brisbane. Passed away at the Mater Private Hospital, Bundaberg on May 3rd, 2024. Beloved husband of Anne. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of John & Claire, Paul & Brit, Kate & Clio and Mark (“Boo”). Loving grandfather of Malcolm, Lachlan and Patrick. Dearly loved son of Matthew and Catherine McInnes (both dec’d) and son-in-law of Michael Vincent ‘Vince’ & Mary Patricia ‘Pat’ Fogarty (both dec’d). Loved brother and brother-in-law of Grace McAllister & Alfie (dec’d), Margaret Campbell & Dick (both dec’d), Cath & George Love (both dec’d), John McInnes (dec’d) & Wilma and uncle of their respective families.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

Relatives and friends of Malcolm and his family are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held in the Chapel, ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan on Monday, May 13th, 2024 at 11:00am.

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6 Replies to “Malcolm McInnes”

  1. Malcolm was warm, welcoming, and (with Anne) one of the first Springbrook people we met after purchasing our block in 1990. He examined Ian for senior French in 1970 and mentored him and edited his PhD thesis in the 21st century. He was a part of our life at Springbrook, and his friendship is something we treasured. We will miss him. Repose en paix, notre bon ami. Ian and Cherie Sims

  2. This has been a beautiful service which has really honoured Malcolm. I have not seen Malcolm since I was young but my family (Davis family) have such respect for the Fogarty and the McInnes clan with many fond memories. Thinking of you all at this time. Hilary O’Reilly (Davis)

  3. I was sure my first memory of Malcolm was him walking up the street carrying his guitar but if he left Cowie in 1959 I was 3 so I am either wrong or I have an excellent memory. Trisha and I were married in 1977 when Malcolm came to Cowie on his own as John mentioned. When my Nana found out Malcolm was coming she informed the family. Trisha and I were staying with my Nana but my Mam said “oor Malc is coming hame you’ll have to go and stay with John and Wilma, we were evicted for Numero Uno. I was 21 and this was my first time getting to know Malcolm, he was very easy to talk to and showed great interest in what you were doing but he never really talked much about himself. My Dad passed away 2 years ago and I miss him every day so my deepest sympathies to my family in Australia. Rest In Peace Malcolm. Frankie the Elder Cousin

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