Malcolm O. Lindbeck

Malcolm O. Lindbeck,

68, of 401 West Fourth St.,

Jamestown, passed away

unexpectedly on Feb. 4,

2013. He was born on Oct.

26, 1944, in Jamestown, the

son of the late Malcolm T.

and Edith M. Levine Lindbeck.

He was a 1963 graduate

of Southwestern Central

High School, excelling in

varsity football. He had

been both a licensed

private and commercial pilot, having received his

training in Jamestown and

Opa-Locka, Fla., and had

logged many flight hours.

In later years, he was employed by Busch Industries, retiring in 1998. He

was an avid fisherman, having received many bass

fishing awards over the

years.

He is survived by two

sons: Robert B. Lindbeck

of Olean, N.Y., and Todd A.

Lindbeck of Rochester,

N.Y.; a sister, Roberta A.

Knight of Aurora, Colo.; a

niece, Valeri A. Tingue of

Jamestown; two great

nephews: Erik R. Tingue

and Nicholas M. Tingue,

both of Jamestown.

Friends may call at the

Lind Funeral Home on Friday, Feb. 15, 2013,

between the hours of 2-4.

A private service will be

held at the convenience of

the family.

You may light a candle

in remembrance of Malcolm at

www.lindfuneralhome.com.