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Sheriffa and Ammanuel Eyasu
February 9, 2021
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Sheriffa and Ammanuel Eyasu
February 9, 2021
We are saddened by the passing of Assistant Dean Malcolm McGrath. We will always remember him braving a winter storm in 2003 to deliver to our home a memento of U of T from the Legacy Department
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Josie Cooper
February 9, 2021
I am shocked and saddened to hear of Malcolm's passing. His kindness and consideration for others is at the forefront of my mind when I remember him. I came to know Malcolm through my participation in the Skule choir he conducted during my graduate studies at U of T from... Continue Reading
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Arlene Smith
February 8, 2021
Though I did not work directly with Malcolm, I will always remember him very proudly sitting at the organ playing at convocation ceremonies year after year. My most sincere condolences to his family. Arlene Smith
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Mark
February 2, 2021
I will forever love my relationship with Malcolm McGrath. It started when working "the phones" with him in both student and alumni relations; his role was a mentor, an observer, a listener. It flourished when I would afterwards drop by regularly when on campus; his role ... Continue Reading
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John C Walker
January 31, 2021
We have lost a fine gentleman. I had the privilege of serving with Malcolm for a number of years on the Alumni Honours and Awards Committee. Malcolm was a passionate leader and most willing to ‘roll up his sleeves’ to complete the tasks at hand. I am fortunate to have kn... Continue Reading
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Mark Ebden (Eng Sci 0T0)
January 30, 2021
In the 1990s when I knew him, Malcolm was always willing to help with initiatives. He was an irreplaceable support to the student body, whether a project was in his job description or not.
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Susan Doniz
January 28, 2021
I remember as a graduating student (over 20 years ago) who was working with him on the fundraising campaign his approachability and the skip in his step. He connected with students where the wisdom was prevalent but always at an approachable level. He is the example of i... Continue Reading
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Jeremy Pong
January 28, 2021
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Andrew K
January 27, 2021
How time flies. It was about 10 years ago when I was at UofT and I had joined the Engineering choir that Malcolm so faithfully committed to directing. Even back then he was already old, and you could tell his mobility was strained, yet he was there each week for rehearsa... Continue Reading
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William Wang
January 27, 2021
It is sad to hear this news. My university life is so much influenced by Skule Stage Band, and Skule Nite and I can't imagine how it would be without those groups.