Mac will always be a beloved husband, father, and grandfather. We can no longer see you with our eyes, or touch you with our hands, but we will feel you in our hearts forever.
  • 74 years old
  • Born on June 22, 1943 in New York, New York, United States.
  • Passed away on February 15, 2018 in Newberg, Oregon, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Malcolm Upjohn 74 years old , born on June 22, 1943 and passed away on February 15, 2018. He was a man who loved God, his family, and his country. We will remember him forever. He is not lost to us, but merely waiting for us to catch up with him.

Posted by Fiona Sanders on March 18, 2019
Mac was a really special man. We really miss his presence in our lives. We thought of him a lot yesterday when we had our St Patrick's Day dinner. We had a mutual love of Celtic music, and talked frequently about the different ones we listened to, and made suggestions for each other, and we would talk about what I was making for dinner for St Patrick's Day. He cared so much about our daughter when she was fighting cancer, and that was even before he had his own battle to fight. We compared cancer notes. We emailed. We checked up on each other (Diane too). but I think my two favorite memories were when we went and did the Scottish wedding together for my friend Kellie. We had a great time just hanging out together. And after I sang at the wedding I saw a look on his face that was very special, fatherly pride. He had the biggest smile on his face. That memory is very very dear to me. He had such a great father's heart, and I felt like he extended that to me when I needed it most. And the second was the last thing he said to me, and that was that he loved us very much, and he hugged me. I will always treasure that. We miss you Mac, and we will never forget you.
Posted by John Galassi on February 15, 2019
At King School, we knew him as Malcolm. He was a popular and fun-loving member of the class of ’62.
    I've included a photo of him as a member of the 1961 varsity football team. As a lineman who weighed all of about a buck twenty soak and wet, he took on guys who outweighed him by 50 0r 60 pounds or more. He's seated on the left in the front row next to his classmate, Keith Woodman.
Posted by Rex Haragan on February 12, 2019
Here is a copy of the memorial service.
Posted by Gary S. Hirsch on February 9, 2019
I knew Mac to be a fine Christian man and former Marine.
Posted by Kim And Brian Rapp on February 9, 2019
Mac was a great man, husband, and father! Thanks Dad! Brian

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