In memory of

Malcolm Owen Berry

May 16, 1941 -  November 11, 2017

Malcolm Owen Berry- May 16, 1941-November 11, 2017

Mal passed away peacefully at North York General Hospital on Saturday November 11th at the age of 76 years.
Survived by his beloved wife Nancy and his three children David, John and Tasha and five grandchildren: Aaden, Aayan, Emily, Hannabelle and Jake.
He will also be greatly missed by his English as a Second Language Students; while Mal's official profession of climatology had him working for Environment Canada for over 30 years, he didn't discover his true passion for teaching until after he retired.

Gone but never forgotten.

All are welcome to attend a memorial gathering and celebration of Mal's life that will take place at The Simple Alternative Funeral Centre at 275 Lesmill Road, North York at 1:00 p.m.


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Judy and Bob Parks (Nancy's Nursing VGH classmate and friend)

Entered November 14, 2017 from Cambridge , Nova Scotia

Have great memories of Mal and Nancy being here at our house in Nova Scotia and also if a weekend I spent with Nancy and Mal a few years ago at their home in North York . Mal took us to the movies and cooked up meals for us .. Very hospitable and interesting soul . May he rest in peace .. Sincere sympathy from Judy and Bob . , Cambridge , Nova Scotia

Jessica Huang (Student)

Entered November 17, 2017

Mal Berry is wonderful teacher, he has been a valunteer in ESL school for over 15 years, i am only the one of most of his students .i will miss him forever and thank for all the help from him.

Theodora Ademolu (Anita mother)

Entered November 18, 2017 from Brampton

Nancy my prays go out to you in this time of sadness, have trust and faith in God , he is with you today and always . You have your family around to help you.

Love Abbey

Jan Coward (former work colleague of Nancy)

Entered December 11, 2017 from Bradford

My sympathy to you Nancy.
...I did send you a brief message in early November after I head about Mal's fall, but no doubt, you have had your hands full with this sudden change in your life/your family's lives. My efforts to connect with you are limited to email. You (valiantly, but unsuccessfully) tried to get me to be a facebook friend, so I did not hear about Mal's death until Lorraine let me know yesterday. I have kept you in my thoughts...will continue to do so. condolences to you


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