Malcolm B. McGregor
Thursday 27th of August 1931 - Monday 14th of October 2019
Celebration of Life Service
Central Christian Church
205 East Short St., Lexington, KY
Malcolm Bowers McGregor, 88, husband of Anne Hardman died Oct. 14, 2019 with his family by his side. Besides his wife, he is survived by one brother Alfred McGregor (Marty-d), daughters Anne Dora Hart (Silas) and Helen Graham (Dick). He was preceded in death by sister Mildred Lopez, daughter Evelyn Moulton (Woodie) and son Douglas McGregor (Andrea). He is also survived by 12 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, nephews, nieces and a dog named Eli. He was a loving father, grandfather, uncle and will be dearly missed by each of his family.
Born August 27th, 1931. He served 4 years in the Navy during the Korean War. After his service, he graduated from UK with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering. He played clarinet in the UK marching band. Malcolm worked for Kentucky Utilities, Kaiser Aluminum and was part of the creation of BART in San Francisco. He owned and operated McGregor Construction Company in Lexington for 20 years. Malcolm was instrumental in church where he sang in the choir his entire life. He loved bagpipes – teaching and playing in the Kentucky Pipes and Drums bagpipe band. Always interested in his church and community, he will certainly be missed. He was a loving and dedicated husband, father, brother, grandfather and uncle. Our memories of him are many and great and he will always be treasured. We all loved his quirky dry sense of humor.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2019, 10:30 AM, Central Christian Church with a reception following the service in the reception hall.
Please send donations to Central Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, Organ Fund, 219 East Short Street, Lexington, KY 40507 and Kentucky Pipes and Drums, c/o Rick Clayburn, 217 Brittany Circle, Richmond, KY 40475.
I will miss seeing all of you in the office at Blazer. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
How was so loved and will be missed.
Malcolm will be missed by a lot of people. I worked at the election polls for years with him. He worked hard , yet he kept us entertained when we weren't busy. RIP Malcolm.
He and his wife Anne helped create many high school memories that many will cherish for ever. RIP my friend.
Karen Nolan Taylorsays
What a wonderful life! Prayers of comfort as you say goodbye to your father.
Doyle and Teresa Shuttsays
So sorry for your loss. We are sending live, good thoughts and prayers to all of you.