PORTLAND — Malcolm “Mac” K. MacLeod, 82, of Portland, died Aug. 6 at Gosnell House in Scarborough.
He was born Sept. 2, 1932, in Biddeford.
MacLeod served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War as a member of the military police, and was stationed in Germany. Later, he worked for many years at Southworth Machinery, where he met his wife of 36 years, Barbara. He retired as a design engineer from Saco Defense.
MacLeod is survived by his wife; his son, Ken, of Saco; his daughter, Debbie Dubois, and her husband, Paul, of Bristol, Connecticut; his stepchildren, Brenda Caron and her husband, Larry, of Gorham, Michelle Brooks, of Portland, and Stephanie Arsenault and her husband, John, of Westbrook; his grandchildren, Tammy, Kari, Tiff, Josh, Courtney, Kayla, Denny, Rebecka, Grace and Luke; and four great-grandchildren.
A private service was to be held for immediate family, with burial at Brooklawn Cemetery.