Photographer Joe Malcolm to be buried in Hod Hasharon

May 25, 2015 11:38


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Joe Malcolm, a New York-born veteran photographer who died on Saturday morning at the age of 78, will be laid to rest on Monday at 2 p.m. at the Neve Hadar Cemetery in Hod Hasharon.

Malcolm, a staunch Zionist, made aliya in 1974 and took photographs for the Jewish National Fund, the Jewish Agency, Keren Hayesod and The Jerusalem Post for many years.

He is survived by his wife, Pat, children, Danny Goldberg, Josh Goldberg, Gor Malcolm and Aviva Malcolm, and eight grandchildren. 

The family is sitting shiva on Rehov Hatena’im 7, Apt. 5, Bnai Brak.

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