Malcolm F. Avery passed away peacefully on February 19th, 2021, at home with his family by his side after a brief illness.
Born on May 9th, 1939 to George F. and Reta H. (Edell) Avery in Campton, NH.
Malcolm attended Campton schools and the Plymouth High School, which he graduated from, then enlisting into the U.S. Army for which he served four years of service. He then worked at Waterville Valley for 15 years, moving on to the Person’s Concrete in Campton for 18 years until retirement. Unable to sit still he then worked for the town of Campton for 5 years.
Malcolm loved watching car races, football games and all sports in general. But most of all, Malcolm loved helping his daughter, Cheryl at her restaurant in Warren, NH called the Green House.
Malcolm leaves behind his lovely wife, Sally, after 56 years of marriage, two children, his daughter Cheryl Puleo and his son, Craig Avery of Phoenix, AZ.
He is also survived by 3 grandchildren, Danielle Puleo, Nathan and his wife Rachel Puleo of Idaho and Oliver Avery of Arizona. Also leaving behind many nieces and nephews. He is also predeceased by his parents and a brother James Avery.
A Celebration of Life will take place in the Spring of 2021