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Malcolm Thomas Monroe
July 26, 2023
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On Thursday, July 26, 2023, in Farnham, VA, Malcolm Thomas Monroe left us at 11:15 pm after his long battle dealing with cancer. He showed strong faith and the love of the Lord until he peacefully departed this life to enter his heavenly home.
Malcolm Thomas Monroe was born August 18, 1965, to the late Edwin Bruce Monroe and Mary Lizzie Monroe in Richmond County, VA. He was educated in the Richmond County public schools with his siblings Corrine Holden of Farnham, VA, Dorsey Monroe of Tappahannock, VA, preceded him in death was Clementine Jones, of Lima, OH, and Dexter Monroe (Tywanna) of Mt. Holly, VA. He graduated from the Class of 1985 from Rappahannock High School where he started his love of music.
Malcolm was a hard worker who worked at the Virginia Elastic Plant and Warsaw Supermarket in his younger years. He worked as landscaper at the Architect of the Capitol for several years. He retired from the federal government after 32 years service as an electrician. He received electrical apprenticeship certification in June 2022. He was self employed landscaper throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia.
Malcolm lived his life to serve. He had a way of making every person he met feel like they were his best friend. He loved helping people, landscaping, photography, working on vehicles and his favorite NFL football team was the Dallas Cowboys. He liked nice things but he was a simple guy.
Malcolm joined Mulberry Baptist Church in Emmerton, VA at an early age and he served the Lord at various churches and came back to his home church until the day he transitioned.
Malcolm leaves to cherish his memory his three siblings. Five children Jaleesa Paredes of Tulsa, OK (mother Ann Calhoun), Jazmyne Landman (Josh) of Hague, VA, (first marriage Cynthia Sydnor-Jones) Malcolm Monroe Jr., Kia Mitchell and Quentin Rogers of Waldorf, MD (second marriage Karen Mitchell) Six grandchildren Kamden Ayoh, Jaylain Ayoh, Marcus Samuel, Ariah Johnson, Reign Alexander and Aubree Landman. Nieces; Carlette Daye, Marcia Holden, Monica Fitchett (Baron), Teaona Reynolds (Danny); Nephews: Carlos Hickman, Deveron Monroe (Renee); Great Nieces: Stefanie Parker, Charla Daye, Zoey Reynolds; great nephews: Baron Jr., Carlos Hickman Jr. Great Great Nieces: Yori Parker-Patten, Yazmyn Parker–Patten, Great Great Nephews: Zion Parker-Proctor and host of cousins, and friends.
Service of Remembrance for Malcolm Thomas Monroe of Warsaw, Virginia will be held on Friday, August 4 at 11AM in the sanctuary of the Rappahannock Church of Christ, 4324 Richmond Road, Warsaw, Virginia.
Interment will follow in the Mulberry Baptist Church Cemetery, 1156 Mulberry Road, Farnham, Virginia.
Remains may be viewed from 10AM until service time on Friday, August 4 at Rappahannock Church of Christ.