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“Mal's support and good humour was as reliable as the sunrise. In his short time at Radnor High he had a profound positive impact on more kids than I...Read More »
1 of 20 | Posted by: John Johnson - Norfolk, VA

“As I reflect on my own life, I realize that there are but a handful of individuals who have had a truly profound impact on my life. Mal was one of...Read More »
2 of 20 | Posted by: Eric G. Schlegel

“I unfortunately won't be able to attend the service today, but I was thinking this morning about what the service will probably be like. How many...Read More »
3 of 20 | Posted by: Kristen Humbert - PA

“I was not fortunate enough to have Mal as a teacher, but I did teach at PHS when he was there. As I read the comments from former students I realize...Read More »
4 of 20 | Posted by: elizabeth - media, PA

“Mal was the best teacher I have ever seen. He made it look so easy. He was always so engaging, passionate, and friendly in the classroom. To say...Read More »
5 of 20 | Posted by: Paul DelPrato - PA - Colleague

“I was a student of Mr. Mal in 1979 at Ridley Senior High School. Just yesterday, 2/14/13, I was driving on the PA turnpike and crossed the...Read More »
6 of 20 | Posted by: Tim - Folsom, PA - Former student

“It would not be enough to say that Mal was truly the person who could fully understand his students. It would not be enough to say he left a mark...Read More »
7 of 20 | Posted by: A young friend - PA

“I was so saddened to hear the news that Mr. Mal had passed. I was so lucky to have had him as a teacher. As a student, I never had much confidence...Read More »
8 of 20 | Posted by: Kim Glick - media, PA

“Mal was my friend, probably the best friend I have ever had. He saw me through the best times of my life with sincere joy and walked with me through...Read More »
9 of 20 | Posted by: Ed Somers - West Chester, PA

“As others have said, he was by far the best and most-influential teacher I ever had. I go between crying at this news and smiling, thinking back on...Read More »
10 of 20 | Posted by: Mollie Fredericks

“I never knew Mal closely. We met only a handful of times while I was a student at a nearby high school. It is a testament to the man that he was that...Read More »
11 of 20 | Posted by: Daniel Neff - Villanova, PA

“I had the immense privilege of being a physics colleague of Mal's at one of the schools that has competed in Physics Olympics. I knew Mal for over...Read More »
12 of 20 | Posted by: Robert Schwartz - Havertown, PA

“Mal was a truly amazing person, one of the reasons I am the person I am today. I'll always remember him going out of the way for me, being extra...Read More »
13 of 20 | Posted by: Lisa K - New Haven, CT

“Mal was a truly amazing person, one of the reasons I am the person I am today. I'll always remember him going out of the way for me, being extra...Read More »
14 of 20 | Posted by: Lisa K - New Haven, CT

“Mal is one of the most selfless man I have ever met in my life. He cared deeply for his students. The physics dept. that he was apart of made me love...Read More »
15 of 20 | Posted by: Bill Lin - newtown square, PA

“I have worked with Mal for 16 years. First he got me the job in the physics department at Penncrest, then he served as my mentor. We cultivated an...Read More »
16 of 20 | Posted by: Jim Ciccarelli - Media, PA

“He is a very respected person and a great teacher. Glad that my children were able to be in his life as he is in theirs. Rest in peace now Mal. ...Read More »
17 of 20 | Posted by: Parsons family - Media, PA

“Mr. Mal was my physics teacher at Penncrest. He was honestly the best teacher I ever had throughout high school and beyond. He had such a passion...Read More »
18 of 20 | Posted by: Erin Grigaitis Malonoski - PA

“I was so fortunate to have know Mal. He was my physics teacher at Ridley, but he was so much more. Without his caring, I think my life would have...Read More »
19 of 20 | Posted by: Lee Williams Skoog

“Mr. Mal was one of the best teachers I ever had. I dreaded having to take physics in high school but I also secretly wanted to, because I knew I...Read More »
20 of 20 | Posted by: Naila Francis - PA


Robert L. Malkovsky II passed away after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer on February 12, 2013. Beloved son of the late Robert L. and Evelyn Quick Malkovsky. Dear brother of Christina Hall (Michael), Jeffrey Malkovsky (Judith) and Elizabeth Juhasz (Stephen). Also survived by his beloved nieces and nephews Ashley Thompson, Adam Hall, Sabrina Cannon, Marguerite Hall, Katherine Malkovsky, Lauren Malkovsky, Jenner Hazzan, Jacqueline Hazzan and Tyler Hazzan.
Mr. Malkovsky was a longtime Physics teacher in Delaware County and taught at Ridley High School, Radnor High School and most recently Penncrest High School. Along with his other interests, his greatest passion was teaching and the time spent with his students. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his memorial service on Monday February 18th at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer 145 West Springfield Road, Springfield at 1 p.m; where his family will receive guests afterwards. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial donations to the Penncrest High School Science Department 134 Barren Road Media, Pa. 19063 (checks payable to RTMSD) all donations will benefit the Science Dept.

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