Malcolm Parker is a native of Bedford County, where he graduated from Liberty High School. After 29 years in the printing industry, Malcolm had the opportunity to pursue his life-long dream of becoming a funeral director. Graduating summa cum laude with an Associate’s Degree in Funeral Service from John Tyler Community College in 2004, he became licensed as a funeral director.
Active in the local community, Malcolm enjoys being a member of the Evington Masonic Lodge #333, the Forest Rotary Club, and Timberlake United Methodist Church.
His wife, Ann, works at James River Day School. Ann and Malcolm have two children. Their son, Neal, attends William and Mary College, and their daughter, Emily, attends E.C. Glass. Malcolm also has three grown sons, Mac, Brian, and Nic Parker.
In the spare time, Malcolm and Ann enjoy gardening, genealogy, home improvement, and spending time with their family.