For those of us who knew Anne Malcolm this tribute to her says it all, curling was not a labour of love, it was her love of curling that made her such a wonderful person to know.
R. I. P.
We are saddened to share the news that Anne Malcolm died last night. Our thoughts are with her husband Peter and family at this time.
Anne was passionate about curling and spent a great deal of time helping others to develop and enjoy the sport that gave her so much satisfaction and joy. Anne will be missed by the curling community in Scotland and more widely across the world where Anne made friends through her involvement in umpiring at every level of the sport right up to the World Championships and the Olympic Games.
Anne was an active committee member at the highest level serving six years on the RCCC board of directors, where she was an active member on the member development, competitions and umpiring committees. After leaving the board, she continued to support the competitions and umpiring committees and volunteered on the ice and behind the scenes. Anne was also active on the Ladies Branch becoming the Ladies Branch President in 2005-06. Anne was captain of the RCCC Ladies Tour to Canada in 2005.
Always approachable and dedicated to curling, Anne will be missed by us all.
The thanksgiving service for Anne will be on Thursday 21st February at 11.30am in Elie Church, KY9 1BZ.