Malcolm Clark Cantwell

June 14, 1948 - July 18, 2008

06/14/1948 - 07/18/2008

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Visitation
Monday July 21, 2008
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
St. Matthews Catholic Church
3314 Sandra Lane
Virginia Beach, VA
757.420.6310 | Directions
Service
Monday July 21, 2008
2:30 pm
St. Matthews Catholic Church
3314 Sandra Lane
Virginia Beach, VA
757.420.6310 | Directions

Virginia Beach; Malcolm “Clark” Cantwell, 60, passed away Friday, July 18, 2008.

He was born in Chicago, IL the son of the late Sydney and Mary Cantwell. He was a member of St. Matthews Catholic Church. He worked at Tread Quarters as a district manager.

He is survived by his wife of 36 years Linda Burkey Cantwell; three children, Tech Sgt. Jonathan Cantwell and his wife Kyrea of Anchorage, Alaska, Jared Cantwell and his wife Danyell of Montpelier, VA and Lori Cantwell of Virginia Beach; two brothers, John “Dave” Cantwell and his wife Denise of Okeechobee, FL and Christopher C. Cantwell and his wife Donna of Leesburg, FL; sister, Amy E. Cantwell of Syracuse, NY; three granddaughters, Alexa, Emma and Jade; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother William H. Cantwell

The family will receive friends Monday July 21, 2008 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at St. Matthews Catholic Church, 3314 Sandra Lane Virginia Beach a Mass of the Resurrection will follow at 2:30 PM. Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach is handling the arrangements. Condolences may be offered to the family at altmeyer.com.

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Paul, Jackie, and Caleb
8 years ago

Condolences from Colorado where we have been remembering the tales of travels and dipsticks told by Clark. JackieâÄôs parents are with us and they send their prayers as well. If only hugs could be sent virtually.

Fr. Joe Mindling
8 years ago

Dear Linda,

You know that we are thinking about you guys very much and praying up a storm for Clark and all of you. Although I cannot come to the actual funeral, I am going to be able to say Mass tomorrow morning Monday for Clark. I pray that you can draw strength and consolation from your faith and from those who share it with you.

With love, Fr. Joe Mindling

Sister Katie
8 years ago

Dear Linda, Laurie, Jonathan, and Jared,

I am with you in spirit and will be joining in my heart all those who attend the viewing and Mass of the Resurrection. I thoroughly loved Clark and ask our Lord to bless him with Life Eternal.

Ileane Solomon
8 years ago

Dear Linda. So sorry to hear of Clark’s passing, however I am grateful that there will be no more physical suffering. I cannot attend the Mass on Monday, but please know that all of you will be be in my thoughts and prayers. Ileane Biz’s friend from Philly

Chris and Donna Cantwell
8 years ago

Dearest Linda,Jonathon,Jared and Lori, Our deepest thoughts and prayers are always with you during this time and always.As our hearts ache may our wonderful memories of Clark heal and help us through everyday.We all know he’s in the Lord’s hands without pain,suffering or sorrow , just happinest as there are no tears in Heaven. A small prayer for my brother,his wife and children. Lord,Thank you for the spring of eternal life and joy that you have placed in all of us. We thank you for giving a wonderful and meaningful Christian life for Clark. We celebrate his faith,trust and loyalty in and to you. He led a good life pleasing towards you and your kingdom. We thank you for giving him that spring of eternal life and joy. Please be the strength and comfort for his family. In his name Jesus Christ I ask. Amen. Goodbye my sweet brother. May you live in the Lords eternal shadow.

Jeanne McCullough
8 years ago

Linda, I am with you in spirit and will be keeping you and your family in my heart. My prayers and love are you with you and for Clark who is now smiling down on all of us. Remember, he will never be gone as long as we carry him in our thoughts.

Fr. Dan Mindling
8 years ago

Please be assured of my prayers for Clark and all his beloved family and friends. The Mindlings are there in spirit now and in the days to come.

Lisa Beebe
8 years ago

When somebody dies, a cloud turns into an angel, and flies up to tell God to put another flower on a pillow.A bird gives a message back to the world and sings a silent prayer that makes the rain cry. People disappear but they never really go away. The spirits up there put the sun to bed, wake up the grass & spin the earth in dizzy circles. Sometimes you can see the dancing in a cloud during the daytime when they’re supposed to be sleeping. They paint the rainbow & also the sunsets & make waves splash & tug the tide.They toss shooting stars & listen to wishes. And when they sing windsongs they whisper to us..”dont miss me too much the view is nice and I’m doing fine”…Love, Lisa

darlene lisa's mom
8 years ago

Your love one has left behind thousands of moments that will live in your hearts forever. Please know at this difficult time that you are in many thoughts and prayers.