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In Memory of

Malcolm E Ferguson

Please join us in remembering the wonderful life of Malcolm E Ferguson who suddenly passed away at 68 years of age after a brief illness at the Royal Derby Hospital.


Malcolm's story

“ Those who touch our lives stay in our hearts forever” During a successful career of 47 years in education Malcolm had a welcome and positive impact on the lives of many students and their parents/ guardians who remember him with fondness and respect. Malcolm’s career began at Sedbergh School in Cumbria and culminated as Director of Kip McGrath Tutoring Centre Derby West. In the intervening years Malcolm enjoyed being a consultant, author, Ofsted inspector, college principal, government advisor and friend. Malcolm’s early achievements as a successful international Scottish swimmer and British swimming coach should also be celebrated. Malcolm will be missed dearly by Lynne, Charlotte, Matt & Oliver and Colin & Jess. Please donate to Malcolm’s chosen charity the Children’s Air Ambulance.

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Malcolm E Ferguson 's Tributes

  • I have such fond memories of Malcolm. He was the most encouraging, friendly and inspirational swimming and water polo coach at Sedbergh School there could ever be. That, along with the amazing teas that Lynne put on when you kindly invited us round to your home, I will always remember. So I am very saddened to hear of his passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Guy Adams (front row , kneeling, first on the left of the front row in the Sedbergh School Water Polo Marathon Photo in 1979)
    Donated by Guy Adams
  • In memory of Malcolm who held the Childrens Air Ambulance charity very close to his heart. Julie Campbell
    Donated by Charlotte Moore
  • Malcolm was always kind, thoughtful and generous. He cared about others and through his work in education helped so many people to achieve their best. We will always remember him with the very fondest of memories. Carol and Mike Moore
    Donated by Charlotte Moore
  • In memory of my brother, who guided me and looked out for me through my younger years when we grew up together in Dundee, and who supported me when we were older. Like when when he left home to go to Madeley College of Education, I am going to miss him terribly. RIP Malcolm
    Donated by Colin Ferguson
  • £20.00
    Donated by Philippa Eason
  • RIP Malcolm. Thank you for the inspiration and support. Love to Lynne, Charlotte and the whole family. Never forgotten
    Donated by Daniel Morris
  • Liz & Peter Hammond God bless you Malcolm xxx
    Donated by Lynne Ferguson
  • Although I only knew Malcolm for a brief time, I found him witty, gentle and generous with his time. I am glad to have known him.
    Donated by Claire Selby
  • Sending our warmest regards and thoughts at this time.
    Donated by Lee Ball
  • In memory of Malcom. From KMEC, Storm, Jackie & UK Team
    Donated by Jackie Burrows
  • My thoughts and love are with you on your next great adventure my friend.x
    Donated by Paul Ecclestone

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