Mr. Malmberg was an icon in the compounding pharmacy profession, a friend and beloved mentor to many who lead and will lead the industry. He was a passionate advocate for the rights of prescribers and pharmacists to develop custom-ized medicines for people and animals. He was generous with his time, money and talent, frequently leading efforts to defend the legal rights of compounding pharmacists and patients who need access to personalized medications. His leadership, wisdom and clarity will be sorely missed at Wedge-wood Pharmacy, on the national stage and on Capitol Hill.
He is survived by his wife, Lucy Malmberg; his sister-in-law, Gloria (Bruce) Bartow and his siblings, Karen (Thom) Cole, Steve, Richard, Paul and Kim Malmberg.
Celebrate Mr. Malmberg's life on Saturday, April 27, 2013, at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church, Seven Mount Lebanon Road, Wilmington DE. Friends and family may call from 9 to 11 A.M., followed by Celebration of Life at 11 A.M. A reception follows the Service. In lieu of flowers, please support one of Mr. Malmberg's favorite causes: The University of the Sciences, General Scholarship Fund 600 S. 43rd St. Philadelphia PA 19104 and Sunday Breakfast Mission 110 N. Poplar St. Wilmington DE 19801.
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