Business administration junior Malcolm Davis went missing on June 9, while on a spearfishing trip with friends off Mahukona Beach Park, located on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Davis was a member of Cal Poly’s Triathlon club sports team.
In a university-wide email, President Jeffrey Armstrong announced that the search for Davis was called off and the family prepares to host a celebration of his life this coming weekend.
The Instagram account @alohaformalcolm was created to provide updates to friends and family of Davis. Its most recent post asks for donations to the Malcolm Davis Memorial Fund.
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In lieu of flowers the Davis Family asks you to make a donation to the newly established Malcolm Davis Memorial Fund. The Davis family wants you to know your donation will continue Malcolm’s legacy in areas he cared deeply about including Water Safety, High School Innovation, The Kohala High School Track Restoration Project, and youth scholarship programs. You can find the link on www.northkohala.org❤️
The fund seeks to “continue Malcolm’s legacy in areas he cared deeply about” such as Water Safety, High School Innovation, The Kohala High School Track Restoration Project, and youth scholarship programs,” the post read.
Additional information can be found at the public Facebook page, Aloha for Malcolm, Davis’s family set up for him.
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