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1935 - 2021
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402 rue de la Rivière,
A private burial will take place, March 1st 2021, at Riverfield Cemetery in Howick Qc
A resident of Sutton, Quebec, passed away peacefully in Sherbrooke on February 21st, 2021, at the age of 85, Malcolm was predeceased by his parents, Henry and Elizabeth Cogswell of Port Williams, Nova Scotia, and by his daughter, Ruth.
Malcolm is survived by his wife, Jean Ellis, his son, Mark Cogswell, and by his grandchildren, Alexander and Morgan Cogswell.Laisser un témoignage
My deepest sympathy to the family
Margaret Racette Robertson
So sorry to hear of Malcolm's passing/ My most sincere sympathies to you Jean and also to Mark and family.. Malcolm was a kind and gentle man, always ready to help whenever a need arose. He will be missed by many. May he rest in peace.
Synod of Bermuda Methodist Churches
The Synod of Bermuda Methodist Churches remembers Rev Cogswell's service at Grace / Cobbs Hill and wishes to send condolencrs to his wife Jean and son Mark in their grief..
Have fond memories of Malcolm when he was first ordained in the ministry and was our minister in Walton in the early 60*s and that was when you two married I lived with my father and brother right across from the Walton Church, My wife and I will soon be married for 59 years and we still have property in Walton. Deepest sympathy to you and your family Sincerely Merle (Junior) McCulloch d
Frances and Tom Jones
Please accept our sincere condolences on the death of Malcolm - husband to Jean and father to Mark.
Frances and Tom Jones
Please accept our sincere condolences on the death of Malcolm - husband to Jean and father to Mark. Remembering his love of music.
Ralph and June MacArthur
Dear Jean, We are deeply saddened to learn of the death of your husband, Malcolm, and wish to express our sincere condolences at this time. We received the news today. We fondly remember your visit to the Island when we dropped in at The Dunes in Brackley and had supper at Chez Yvonne's in Cavendish.May God Bless. Love, June and Ralph
Dear Jean and Mark, I grieve with you in Malcolm?s death. He was such a wonderful man and so much a part of my early years in ministry in New Brunswick I have often thought about you and will keep you in my prayers. Love, Joy
Dear Mrs Cogswell and Mark, my sincere condolences .He continues to be in our hearts.
Dear Jean and Mark, I was sorry to read of Malcolm's passing in today's paper. I remeber your visits to my parents and grandparents in Nova Scotia. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Janet(Newcombe) Anderson. Daughter of the late Don and Marion Newcombe
Colin and Louise Gage
Dear Jean, Mark and family. Sorry to hear the news about Malcolm's passing. Colin and I are thinking of you all. RIP Malcolm.
Deepest Sympathy to his wife and Family. Was our minister for many years. A truly good man ! Had not seen him lately but we will miss him in our hearts !
Dear Jean, Mark and family, My sincere condolences. Malcolm was such a wonderful help on our Conference archives committee. He was possibly the longest serving member of that committee
Dear Jean, So sorry for your losing Malcom at this sad time with COVID all around us. I hope you can be there at the burial on Monday. I am sending hug to you telepathically. Sincerely, Michilynn
My sincere sympathy to Jean and family. Enjoyed curling with Malcolm and both were very supportive to our Sutton Curling Club events . Dora Shepard
My deepest sympathy to Jean and family