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Steven C. Malchow

Died: Thursday, May 08, 2008

In celebration of Dr. Steven C. Malchow’s life, a service will take place at 6 p.m. today — June 26 — at Royale Orleans, 2801 Telegraph Road.

A former Oakville resident, Dr. Malchow, considered a mentor and hero to many, succumbed to his battle with cancer May 8, 2008.

Dr. Malchow was a star athlete and honored scholar in the community. He was captain of his baseball and basketball teams at Oakville Senior High School, a four-year letterman in both, and honored as a Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete.

Dr. Malchow balanced his athleticism with his education. His sports accolades were accomplished while maintaining a 4.0 grade-point average throughout high school.

He was honored as Valedictorian of the Oakville Class of 1986, a National Merit Commended Scholar, All-Conference in basketball and baseball and one of 10 selected to the All-State Missouri Academic Athletic Team.

After graduating, Dr. Malchow was one of six students admitted to the Scholars Program in Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis.

He also played on the Washington University basketball team for one year and the baseball team for four years.

After earning his bachelor’s degree in 1990, Dr. Malchow chose to finish his medical education at Duke University in North Carolina.

He began his medical career in Arizona working as an interventional radiologist for East Valley Diagnostic Imaging, where he would later become partner.

Survivors include his parents, Shari and Bruce; younger brother Matthew and his fiancée, Veronica; younger brother Scott and his wife, Heather; younger sister Kristy; loving girlfriend Denise; and countless friends and colleagues.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the V Foundation for Cancer Research at www.jimmyv.org. To read more about Dr. Malchow or sign his guestbook, visit Legacy.com.

    Steven C. Malchow

    Died: Thursday, May 08, 2008

    In celebration of Dr. Steven C. Malchow’s life, a service will take place at 6 p.m. today — June 26 — at Royale Orleans, 2801 Telegraph Road.

    A former Oakville resident, Dr. Malchow, considered a mentor and hero to many, succumbed to his battle with cancer May 8, 2008.

    Dr. Malchow was a star athlete and honored scholar in the community. He was captain of his baseball and basketball teams at Oakville Senior High School, a four-year letterman in both, and honored as a Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete.

    Dr. Malchow balanced his athleticism with his education. His sports accolades were accomplished while maintaining a 4.0 grade-point average throughout high school.

    He was honored as Valedictorian of the Oakville Class of 1986, a National Merit Commended Scholar, All-Conference in basketball and baseball and one of 10 selected to the All-State Missouri Academic Athletic Team.

    After graduating, Dr. Malchow was one of six students admitted to the Scholars Program in Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis.

    He also played on the Washington University basketball team for one year and the baseball team for four years.

    After earning his bachelor’s degree in 1990, Dr. Malchow chose to finish his medical education at Duke University in North Carolina.

    He began his medical career in Arizona working as an interventional radiologist for East Valley Diagnostic Imaging, where he would later become partner.

    Survivors include his parents, Shari and Bruce; younger brother Matthew and his fiancée, Veronica; younger brother Scott and his wife, Heather; younger sister Kristy; loving girlfriend Denise; and countless friends and colleagues.

    In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the V Foundation for Cancer Research at www.jimmyv.org. To read more about Dr. Malchow or sign his guestbook, visit Legacy.com.

      Steven C. Malchow

      Died: Thursday, May 08, 2008

      In celebration of Dr. Steven C. Malchow’s life, a service will take place at 6 p.m. today — June 26 — at Royale Orleans, 2801 Telegraph Road.

      A former Oakville resident, Dr. Malchow, considered a mentor and hero to many, succumbed to his battle with cancer May 8, 2008.

      Dr. Malchow was a star athlete and honored scholar in the community. He was captain of his baseball and basketball teams at Oakville Senior High School, a four-year letterman in both, and honored as a Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete.

      Dr. Malchow balanced his athleticism with his education. His sports accolades were accomplished while maintaining a 4.0 grade-point average throughout high school.

      He was honored as Valedictorian of the Oakville Class of 1986, a National Merit Commended Scholar, All-Conference in basketball and baseball and one of 10 selected to the All-State Missouri Academic Athletic Team.

      After graduating, Dr. Malchow was one of six students admitted to the Scholars Program in Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis.

      He also played on the Washington University basketball team for one year and the baseball team for four years.

      After earning his bachelor’s degree in 1990, Dr. Malchow chose to finish his medical education at Duke University in North Carolina.

      He began his medical career in Arizona working as an interventional radiologist for East Valley Diagnostic Imaging, where he would later become partner.

      Survivors include his parents, Shari and Bruce; younger brother Matthew and his fiancée, Veronica; younger brother Scott and his wife, Heather; younger sister Kristy; loving girlfriend Denise; and countless friends and colleagues.

      In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the V Foundation for Cancer Research at www.jimmyv.org. To read more about Dr. Malchow or sign his guestbook, visit Legacy.com.

        Steven C. Malchow

        Died: Thursday, May 08, 2008

        In celebration of Dr. Steven C. Malchow’s life, a service will take place at 6 p.m. today — June 26 — at Royale Orleans, 2801 Telegraph Road.

        A former Oakville resident, Dr. Malchow, considered a mentor and hero to many, succumbed to his battle with cancer May 8, 2008.

        Dr. Malchow was a star athlete and honored scholar in the community. He was captain of his baseball and basketball teams at Oakville Senior High School, a four-year letterman in both, and honored as a Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete.

        Dr. Malchow balanced his athleticism with his education. His sports accolades were accomplished while maintaining a 4.0 grade-point average throughout high school.

        He was honored as Valedictorian of the Oakville Class of 1986, a National Merit Commended Scholar, All-Conference in basketball and baseball and one of 10 selected to the All-State Missouri Academic Athletic Team.

        After graduating, Dr. Malchow was one of six students admitted to the Scholars Program in Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis.

        He also played on the Washington University basketball team for one year and the baseball team for four years.

        After earning his bachelor’s degree in 1990, Dr. Malchow chose to finish his medical education at Duke University in North Carolina.

        He began his medical career in Arizona working as an interventional radiologist for East Valley Diagnostic Imaging, where he would later become partner.

        Survivors include his parents, Shari and Bruce; younger brother Matthew and his fiancée, Veronica; younger brother Scott and his wife, Heather; younger sister Kristy; loving girlfriend Denise; and countless friends and colleagues.

        In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the V Foundation for Cancer Research at www.jimmyv.org. To read more about Dr. Malchow or sign his guestbook, visit Legacy.com.

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