Malcolm C. Callender II Dies in Georgia

Malcolm C. Callender II Malcolm C. Callender II died on Feb. 14 in Georgia. He was 41 years old.
He is survived by his mother, Francine Gomez; stepmother, Janis Callender; sisters: Myka Callender-Smith, Dr. Monique Callender Wiggins, Danyé Hauser, and Malori Callender; brothers: Marco and Morgan Callender; nieces and nephews: Maiya, Makayla, Madyson and Maleah Callender, Jamyka, Jhared and Jhamane Smith, Kya, Kerri and Kevin Wiggins, Muhammad Taha Abdurrasheed and Marshall Callender; and uncles and aunts: Jimmy Callender, Marcia Georges, Ronald Altiery, Ruth Christiansen, Arlene Walker, Arnold Walker, Vincent Gomez, Charles Gomez Jr., Stephen Gomez, Felisha Gomez, Deborah Gomez, Denise Gomez, Desiree Gomez, Lydia Smith and Claire Richards.
He is also survived by brothers-in-law: James Smith, Cameron Wiggins and Zaid Hauser; sisters-in-law: Tanya Niles Callender and Nailah Afiyah Callender; and cousins: Raynette Rooks, Robert Baldwin, Russell, Rochelle and Roslyn McDonald, Ishmael Shamsid-Deen, Bahiy Callender, Dr. Leyha Callender, Kisha and Jevon Callender, Elwood Willis, Stylish Willis, Annie Willis-White, Norma Willis, Charles “Spootie” Willis, Louis Willis, Eleanor “Glory” James, Angela “Perry” Issac, Ohanio “Kiba” James Jr., Annette James, Kenneth James, Robert James, Katish James, Elwood James, Dr. Wilbur Callender, Caswil Callender, Kirby Callender, Ninette Irby.
Other survivors include cousins: Richard Davila, Marcos Davila, Kenneth Patterson, Summer Gomez, Audrey Gomez, Verona Gomez, Greg McIntyre, Keith McIntyre, James Johnson, Melanie Walker, Shawna Georges, Serena Georges- Penny, Winston Georges II, Leana Georges-Moore, Michelle Georges, Kim Freeman, Alize Card, Tessa Richards, Stacy Smith and Nicole Freeman; special friends: Leroy Jones, Cliffton Franklin, Simon Caines, Elroy “Babu” Brown Jr., Mike Davila Kelsick and Jason Jones; and godchildren: Leroy Malik Jones and Malcolm Summerville.
A viewing will be held at 8:30 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, March 2, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be in Western Cemetery No. 1.
Arrangements are under the direction of Hurley Funeral Home.
 

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