Malcolm, who died on 5 June 1987, was a school prefect and captain of house whilst at Hurst. He was also a member of the Bisley VIII and represented the school at football and cricket.
He qualified in 1929 as a Chartered Accountant and was in practice until 1979 when he received the congratulations of the Institute for his 50 years of membership. He was Chairman of several small family companies, including a small building society, which he set up to help his own employees. His co-chairman was Walter Chichester, father of Geoffrey Chichester HJ.
After his retirement in 1979. at the age of 73, Malcolm was appointed chairman of the London Board of Directors of the Bristol and West building Society. a position he held right up to the time of his death.
Malcolm had married Aileen Bowden in July 1937 and had two children, David and Christopher, who made a donation to the Club in his memory.