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A.J. lit a candle
Thursday, June 11, 2020
You were amazingly kind. It has been years since I met you at MCI but, you left a huge impression. Your love for books, culture, restaurants and music. A true renaissance man. You will be missed
Chuckie Aucone lit a candle
Friday, February 21, 2020
My sincerest condolences to the family. I am the Senior Librarian at the Ford-Warren Branch Library that Malcolm visited often. He was one of my favorite customers. He would regularly come in singing and smiling! We would talk about his family, restaurants and food. He was a delight and a gem. We will miss his visits to the library.
Jim Hughes uploaded photo(s)
Sunday, January 26, 2020
At a loss for words.... Malcolm and I went to school together. Junior hi and highschool. We ran track together in school and in summer leagues. We even shared track shoes. He, Art Turman and I were the 3 Super Sophmores in 1977. Only sophmores on the state championship track team. We chatted online last spring about getting together for dinner. I'm sad that I didn't make it happen. Loved him like a brother. His humor was un matched. Sooo many great memories. My love and prayers to his family. Jim Hughes. Colorado Springs
Sonia Mayfield-Williams lit a candle
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
My condolences to the family of Mr Williams. I was sadden to see and hear of this the other day. I had no idea such an awesome person had passed. Being in the military with Mr Williams was a joy he will be greatly missed. Mr Williams, your final watch, job WELL DONE, I salute you.
Dan Brown lit a candle
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Malcolm. It is a rare and wonderful thing as a teacher to meet a parent who teaches you so much. I will always cherish my time teaching Gabrielle at St. Elizabeth, and Cynthia was always so kind to me. But hearing Malcolm talk about his life and his family changed the kind of person and father and teacher I am now. Gabrielle and Cynthia my love to you both.
Mr. ADT posted a symbolic gesture
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Mrs. Cynthia I just seen this today about my good friend, my brother Malcolm's passing... My deepest condolences!!! Him and I go along way back the early 90's seeing one other at neighboring book stores or the library, he was a great man of knowledge and wisdom!!! He will definitely be missed!!!
Veletta Ramey lit a candle
Monday, December 2, 2019
Cynthia and Gabrielle, I just today saw the news of Malcolm's passing. My deepest condolences to both of you at this truly difficult and sorrowful time. Cynthia, I recall how Malcolm was head over heals for you, and for him it was likely love at first sight right here at Denver Public Library. Even more than he enjoyed libraries and books, I'd be willing to bet his greatest library memory was the day he saw his future wife and knew in his heart that some day you'd be just that. And then year's later came the 2nd jewel of his heart--his daughter Gabrielle! All one has to do is visit Facebook and see what a truly blessed family the 3 of you were. Gabrielle came into this world an absolute blessing, and such a beauty! I could see features of both her proud parents in her... what an enormous gift from God! In reading Malcolm's obituary, he was certainly accomplished, but I know no accomplishment meant more than the two of you! Again, my deepest condolences to both of you, and to his mother and all his treasured family and friends. Remember, he is always but a thought away. Memories are those comforts that remain with you always. GOD bless you all. Sincerely, Veletta Ramey
Bryan, Ann & Maui Ward planted a tree in memory of Malcolm Williams
Saturday, November 30, 2019
In the loving memory of our dear friend Malcolm. Love from The Ward Family Plant a Tree
Cynthia Haynes-Williams posted a condolence
Saturday, November 23, 2019
My husband, Malcolm, always talked about going the library as a child and reading. In 2018, he was the winner of the Winter of Reading prize drawing at Ford Warren Library! He loved the Tattered Cover Book Store stellar schwag bag. Malcolm, also leaves to cherish his memory his mother-in-law, Delois J. Haynes-Taylor.
The family of Malcolm Justin Williams uploaded a photo
Wednesday, November 20, 2019