Melissa Malcolm-Peck was an incredible wife and mother. She was a survivor of four heart attacks and a triple bypass, lived a very active and healthy lifestyle, completing a triathlon just weeks after open-heart surgery. Melissa fiercely loved her family, her friends, and her husband of thirty-five years.
After acquiring a master’s degree at Leeds School of Business, Melissa Malcolm-Peck became an entrepreneur and a guest lecturer at the University of Colorado. She spoke to medical groups, nurses, and doctoral students.
Melissa homeschooled her daughters, Brenna, Meagan, and Jacqueline, while working as Vice President of LaserCycle USA, a twenty-five-year sustainable document solution business in Louisville, Colorado. Melissa was also a guest editorial writer for the Boulder Daily Camera. Her short story “Passing Love On,” won first place at the Maui Writers Conference - the first narrative non-fiction to ever win.
Melissa is remembered daily for her strength, kindness, laughter, and resilience. Melissa is the founder of The Highest Image Foundation, an NGO serving at-risk children, abused animals, and the elderly. Her family resides in Boulder, Colorado.