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Surgeon

Russell Laing Malcolm, American surgeon. Decorated Bronze Star medal; Bronze Plaque award American Cancer Society.

Background

Malcolm, Russell Laing was born on October 8, 1906 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Son of John Karl and Clara (Laing) Malcolm.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1928, Doctor of Medicine 1931, Master of Science in Surgery, 1935.

Career

Instructor surgery University of Michigan, 1934-1937. Private practice surgery, Richmond, Indiana. Senior surgeon Reid Memorial Hospital Trustee Earlham College, 1962-1967.

Membership

Served from captain to colonel, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1945. American College of Surgeons fellow. Member of the American Medical Association, Wayne County Medical Society, Central Surgical Association, Field Artillery Coller Surgical Society, Norman Miller Gynecological Society, Indiana Cancer Society (past president).

Rotarian (president 1947-1948).

Connections

Married Bernice Frances Staebler, September 1, 1928. Children: Russell Laing, Marshall Day, Miller Day (twins).

father:
John Karl Malcolm

mother:
Clara (Laing) Malcolm

spouse:
Bernice Frances Staebler

child:
Marshall Day Malcolm

child:
Miller Day Malcolm (twins)

child:
Russell Laing Malcolm