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Joseph "Joe" Wallace Malcolm III

November 4th, 1950 - September 19th, 2020

Obituary Joseph Wallace Malcolm III (Joe) of Louisville, Colorado passed away in September 2020 at the age of 69. He was born in Camp Lejeune, NC but moved around the world with his sisters Sharon and Melissa and his parents Claire and Joe, a U.S. Marine. While in school at CU Boulder, he met the love of his life, Tori. Joe was married to Tori for 46 years. They have four daughters, Amelia, Jennifer, Suzanne, and Maureen. They also have two granddaughters, Lilly and Mariah, one grandson, Oliver, on the way, and a great granddaughter, Arabella. Joe was often a quiet man, but those who knew him well will remember him as brilliant, wise, strong, determined, fun-loving, and funny. He was an adventurous lover of nature. He hiked many of Colorado�s 14ers, camped at national parks around the country, and even traveled to Tanzania for a photo safari. Throughout his life, he traveled the world, visiting locations in North America, South America, Asia, Europe, and Africa. Joe loved music and attended many concerts with his friends and family. He always had a talent for finding the best seats at Red Rocks. He also enjoyed singing �Amazing Grace� or tunes by John Prine at the top of his lungs while soaking in the hot tub. Joe was dedicated to his family and spent 32 years working for the United States Postal Service to ensure a good life for his wife and kids. He was fortunately able to retire at 55 and spend his last years enjoying life with Tori and the rest of his family, including his beloved pets. During his retirement years, he spent time reading, gardening, traveling, walking in open space nearly every day, and keeping up with his favorite sports teams. Joe was an avid and passionate North Carolina Tarheels fan his whole life, and he never missed watching a game. Joe�s passing has left a huge hole in his family�s hearts. Party on, Joe. Joe�s ashes will be scattered into a Hawaiian volcano, per his request. There will be a virtual celebration of his life on October 10th. Please contact his family for more information. Services You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family, or by planting a memorial tree in the memory of Joseph "Joe" Wallace Malcolm III

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Paula Sweeley

Heartfelt condolences to Tori and the whole Malcolm family. Though I didn't see a lot of Cousin Joe due to geographic distance, the times that I did see him were at our family cabin in PA. I remember him as handsome, very smart and fun-loving. Reading his obituary just makes me sorry that the times we were around each other were so few and far between. My loss. Rest in peace Joe, and I plant a tree in your honor which will grow and flourish and help to nourish the suffering environment for your children and grandchildren.

Published March 9th, 2024
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John Dobie

Dear Joe,Although we didn't know each other that well, I saw the influence, love and respect you received from your family.One that we could only wish for. You will be sorely missed.Sincerely,John

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Love, Melinda and Lee Talbot

A Memorial tree was ordered in memory of Joseph "Joe" Wallace Malcolm III by Love, Melinda and Lee Talbot. Plant a TreeOur hearts are with the family and the memories of the time spent with Joe, either at the Cabin or in Colorado, will never be forgotten. He was a wonderful man and Cousin and he will not be forgotten.Love, Melinda and Lee Talbot

Published March 9th, 2024
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Paula B Sweeley

A Memorial tree was ordered in memory of Joseph "Joe" Wallace Malcolm III by Paula B Sweeley. Plant a TreeRemembering Joseph "Joe" Wallace Malcolm III. He will live in our minds and in our hearts. Wishing comfort and peace to all of those who remain behind. Paula B Sweeley

Published March 9th, 2024
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Cindy and Bob Murphy

We will always remember Joe as a kind, loving, soft spoken and quiet man. He always had time for a friendly smile as we encountered him on many of his walks around Louisville. Love to his dear Tori and girls (and now, at last, a boy) in the coming days however long that may be, as remember him, love him, and miss him.Cindy and Bob Murphy

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Michelin Massey

Joe was an amazing father and family man. Everyone who knew him loved his infectious laugh and sharp sense of humor! Although he is no longer with us in the physical form, his spirit lives on.

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