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Malcolm L. Milburn, Sr. Malcolm Milburn, Sr., of Austin, passed away on November 4, 2004 after a long and beautiful life. Born in San Antonio, in 1915, to Dr. Conn L. Milburn and Mary (Molly) Milburn, Malcolm was blessed with five brothers; Conn, Kennedy, John, Phillip, and Graham; and two sisters, Helen and Miriam. His best friend and wife, Beryl Buckley Milburn, his daughter, Beri, his son, Malcolm, Jr. and wife Valerie, his grandchildren, Buckley and Trey, and a host of beloved nieces and nephews celebrate Malcolm’s life. Joining in this commemoration are special family members; Gail Kelley and her daughter Piper, Jan and Beryl Blunt, Michele, and our extraordinary friend, Zenaida. What a wonderful day it must be in Heaven as Malcolm is welcomed by his departed parents, brothers and sisters, and his dear son, Michael. Malcolm attended the University of Texas where he met the love of his life, Beryl. Married in 1941, the young couple moved to New Jersey where Malcolm worked at Wright Aeronautical making airplane engines during the war. Back in San Antonio, and then Austin, Malcolm started Capital City Steel Company in Austin, and built it into one of the most successful reinforcing and structural steel fabricating plants in the state. Before he retired CCSC sold over 20% of the steel in Texas’ highways and bridges. He lived in Austin, with a large circle of cherished friends, for over 50 years. Malcolm was involved in numerous charities in Austin, in particular, The Child Guidance Center, serving as president for two years, was a member of Rotary, and a Lifetime Texas EX. A lifelong member of the Presbyterian Church, he practiced his religion every day. A memorial celebration will be held in Malcolm’s honor at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, the 8th of November, 2004 at Covenant Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Child Guidance Center, 810 W. 45th St., Austin, TX 78751, would be appreciated. Arrangements by Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, 3125 N. Lamar, Austin, TX 78705 - (512) 452-8811. You may view memorials online at