Malcolm E. Robinson, age 82, of Middleton, formerly of Reading, passed away on October 3, 2021. He was the beloved husband of Jane E. (Robinson) Cudmore Robinson and the late Margaret M. (Pages) Robinson.
Born in Exeter, NH, Malcolm was the son of the late Donald and Marjorie (Ring) Robinson. He was raised and educated in Exeter, and was a graduate of Exeter High School. He graduated from Boston University and went to work with Fidelity Investments, and spent 42 years as an institutional stock trader. He retired from Morgan Keegan in Boston.
In his spare time, Malcolm was a model railroad enthusiast, and could be found working on them and getting together with other railroad aficionados to run the trains. An avid traveler, he enjoyed many train trips and cruises with Jane, including a memorable voyage on the Queen Mary II, and he especially loved their trips to Hawaii and Alaska. He also enjoyed dancing and going out to dinner.
Malcolm is lovingly survived by his wife, Jane, of Middleton. He was predeceased by a son, Edward Robinson, and is further survived by his step-children: Wynn Cudmore and his wife, Carla, of Dallas, Oregon, Amy Leary of Middleton, Paul Cudmore and his wife, Eileen, Keith Cudmore, Neil Cudmore and his husband, Craig Parker, Roy Cudmore and his wife, Susan, all of Woburn. He was the dear brother of the late Bruce Robinson and his surviving wife, Rachael, of Haverhill, and the late Janice Marcoux and her surviving husband, Arthur of Peabody; and was the devoted uncle of Laura Burgess of Ohio and Brian Robinson of Haverhill.
Relatives and friends are kindly invited to gather for Visiting Hours at Costello Funeral Home, 177 Washington St., Winchester, on Thursday, October 7, from 4-7PM. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 8 at 10AM at the Second Congregational Church of Winchester, 485 Washington St., Winchester, MA 01890. Masks are required in the funeral home and church. Burial will follow in Charles Lawn Memorial Park, Reading. In lieu of flowers, donations in Malcolm’s memory may be made to the Second Congregational Church at the address listed.