Funeral Service Zoom Meeting
Topic: Celebrating David Malcolm
Time: May 23, 2020 11:30 AM EST (US and Canada), 10:30 AM DST (Jamaica), 4:30 PM GMT (UK)
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“If you want to find the secrets of the universe think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla
David Andrae Denniston Malcolm of Peachtree Corners, Atlanta, Georgia, transitioned on the 9th May 2020 at the age of 34.
David, born of the love shared between Errol Anthony Roper Malcolm and Angela Patricia Lowe in Montego Bay, Jamaica on the fourth day of April in 1986. There, this wonder boy had his early beginnings until his father brought him to the United States at the age of seven.
David’s formal education took him through the hallways of such prominent institutions as Redan Elementary, Glen Haven Elementary, William Knibb Memorial High School in Jamaica, then Towers High and Lithonia High School in Georgia. David has always had a deep interest in Graphic Design and Filmmaking; but also, anything artistic. He pursued these interests and continued to exercise those values and skills that are packed in his character that everyone came to know. He had a profound love for adventure and creativity; he was tremendously generous and protective; he was warm and caring with a spirit of selflessness.
David loved life! He embraced the experiences it brought with openness, courage and commitment; after all David experienced all aspects of life as this best university. He learned; and as he learned, he shared. He was quite a problem solver; where research failed, common sense did the virtue. It was not uncommon for David to bring his skills as a dynamic comedian to bear on any situation, bringing comic relief and laughter even in the face of difficulty.
David was an Inventor and Serial Entrepreneur. His ventures ranged from creating Virtual Reality (VR) and Photography experiences to his kaleidoscopic car paint business. His was one of the very first businesses to sell and install LED light kits. Partnering with his brother Olando, they took the business on the road to car shows and expos. As a stickler for self-reliance and sustainability, David always knew how to generate an income by investing and creating new ideas. His current business is an E-skate, E-commerce shop called AwoahMods.com, specializing in light up wheels for roller skates and T-shirts bearing his favorite sayings.
David met his love Anya Grant in 2016. The two got married on September 7, 2018. He had lots of plans for them to travel and explore the world together, raise babies on a farm with a beautiful garden. If laughter is the medicine of the soul, his Anya has known no illness as he made her laugh a lot. Just before the COVID-19 pandemic, David had every intention to experience the Grand Canyon with Anya.
David is survived by his wife Añya Renee Grant-Malcolm; his parents, Angela Patricia Lowe-Younger and Errol Anthony Malcolm; siblings Gregg, Dewpatrick (aka Olando), Shailan, Ethan, Sage, Paige, Marcus, Matthew, Allison and Danielah (children of his father); Sasha-Gay, Javon and Jhordane (children of his mother); step-siblings Rashaad, Shammon and Alesha. He will be fondly remembered by his grandmothers Miss Bev and Miss Ethel; his aunts Paula, Janet, Jenny, Merl and June; uncles Hugh, Tony and Ian, step-mothers Erica, Sandra, Shawn and Lisa, who played significant roles in his growing-up years.
David has gone to join his Uncle Denniston, who gave him a part of his name. Take care of him Uncle Denniston. “Show him how ‘tings run.” Walk good David.
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