OBITUARY

Malcolm Layton Silver

28 April , 193910 March , 2019

SILVER, Malcolm Layton, 79, of Dartmouth, passed away on March 10, 2019 in the Dartmouth General Hospital. The son of the late Floyd and Mary (Layton) Silver, Malcolm was born and raised in Goldboro. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Hazel (Fraser), Dartmouth; daughter, Carolyn (Michael) Silver, Hubley; son, Gary (Tonya) Silver, Kamloops, BC; brother, Leonard (Judy) Silver, Ottawa, ON; granddaughters, Emma and Isabel Silver, Kamloops, BC along with several nieces and nephews. Malcolm is predeceased by sisters, Isabelle Silver and Judy Brunet and brother-in-law, Marc Brunet. At age 17 Malcom started working for the Royal Bank and then enjoyed a long career with Sunlife in the Group Benefits Department. He enjoyed all sports, was a big fan of the Mooseheads, an avid bowler, enjoyed many years playing golf at Brightwood Golf Club. He was very interested in genealogy and spent a lot of happy time researching his family tree. No flowers by request, donations may be made to Dartmouth General Hospital Foundation or charity of your choice. A gathering of friends and family will take place in the Common Room at Woodbury III, 194 Basswood Run, Dartmouth, NS from 2-4 pm on Thursday, March 14, 2019. Condolences for the family may be left at www.mattattallfuneralhome.com

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  • A gathering Thursday, 14 March , 2019
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Malcolm Layton Silver

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Jennifer Flack Saunders

15 March 2019

Dear Mrs. Silver and family:

I was very saddened to hear of Mr. Silver's passing. I worked with Mr. Silver many many years ago when I was with a young lady at SunLife Group Benefits. He always had time to lend an ear and offer sound advice when it was needed or warranted. I offer my families sincerest condolences to you all during this difficult time.

Kindest regards,

Jennifer Flack Saunders

Janice and Ande Lake

15 March 2019

Hazel and family,

We were saddened to hear of your loss. We have fond memories of Malcolm and wish we could be there to give you a hug during this heartbreaking time. xo

Allan Gunn

15 March 2019

Dear Hazel & family

Pat & I were sorry to read of Malcolm's passing. It is hard to believe we met in 1960 shortly after i joined the Royal Bank. We then worked together briefly at A&A before we both ended up at Sun Life. That lasted a couple of years as you moved to Winnipeg & we moved to Calgary upon your return to Halifax.

I always enjoyed Malcolm's company & I know how proud he was of your family . He was where he wanted to be. Our deepest sympathy to you & your family on your loss of a great partner and father.

Al & Pat

JoAnn Cuvelier

14 March 2019

So sorry to hear of Malcolm's passing.
Sincere sympathy to all of you.
JoAnn Cuvelier (Hartling)

Ken (Jr.) Hartling

14 March 2019

Mrs. Silver and family,
So sorry to hear of Mr. Silver's passing. I had great respect for Mr. Silver while growing up on Clysdale Dr.
Sending you my best wishes at this difficult time.
Ken (Jr.)

Betty Flack

14 March 2019

Dear Hazel and family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy at this difficult time. I will always cherish our many many memories of happy times shared with you both, throughout our Sunlife years. Malcolm was always fun to be with and a true gentlemen.
Love and Blessings,
Betty

Cecil Verge

14 March 2019

Hazel:
I Just read of Malcolm passing.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Not sure we may have met years ago. I am a former Royal Banker.

Malcolm and I wrote the Royal Bank entrance exams in the spring of 1956 at the Royal in Sherbrooke.
I started in the Bank on July 23 1956 at Morris & Barrington sts . in Halifax.

Cecil Verge
1093 Aalders Ave.
New Minas, NS.

Susan Devitt

13 March 2019

Our connection with Malcolm began when we (Margo, Peter and myself) spent time in the summer visiting our grandmother , Jessie Johnson, in Goldboro. Time has passed but the pleasant memories remain. My condolences to the family.
Susan Devitt

Georgina & Dennis MacDonald

13 March 2019

Many fond memories of Malcolm—from our times with the Brightwood Bowling League to our many encounters on and off the Course at Brightwood. Malcolm was always the same—quiet, pleasant, helpful, and ever the gentleman. Our sincere condolences to Hazel and family at this difficult time and at the loss of such a fine man.

Georgie and Dennis

Lloyd & Ethel MacArthur

13 March 2019

We are very sorry to hear of Malcolm's passing! As Scott said " we all
attended the old school in Goldboro" Our deepest condolences!

Lloyd & Ethel MacArthur

FROM THE FAMILY