After working alongside the transplant teams and the Paediatric Intensive Care units we gained experience within the UK and started working with Northumbria Health Care Trust. Malcolm’s mother passed away with cancer and often used to go into Wansbeck Hospital for Chemotherapy, because of this he dedicated his time and efforts to run the service as keen as possible trying to save money for the Trust, and at present we are still currently doing that today.
With a lot of hard work and dedication Malcolm started working on contracts to provide the same service around the UK. We gained a courier contract a Addenbrookes Hospital, this he loved working on and on many occasions would go to Cambridge and work on the contract himself, going out on the runs as this is where he felt happiest.
Malcolm’s years of experience has come from being a courier, his timings were impeccable and his knowledge of the UK networking system gained him more contracts.
Malcolm passed away on 22nd February 2017 at home at his desk working. He had a heart attack. Malcolm had an irregular heartbeat, and diabetes. He was in pain for most of his older years but still continued to provide a service not only to the Trust but to his Staff who he was very proud of.
I dedicate this page to him as a remembrance that even if you are suffering yourself life still has to go on and other people are suffering too.