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Rest In Peace: Malcom Mathis (BDPA St. Louis Chapter President)

We are deeply saddened to inform our BDPA membership that BDPA St Louis Chapter President, Malcom Mathis II, and his 22 month old son, Malcom Mathis III, passed away in a tragic incident. He was a devoted husband to his wife, Susan and a devoted father to his children. Malcolm was a generous and caring friend and colleague and the personification of Servant Leadership. His absence will be felt greatly.

Malcom served as BDPA St Louis Chapter President from 2016 - 2018, where he embodied BDPA beliefs and purpose, “to serve and elevate others and prepare students and young professionals today for leadership tomorrow”. Malcom also served as a member of the BDPA St. Louis Corporate Advisory Council. He generously gave his time and talents in many capacities in his community, including on the School Board for the Jennings School District.


For those who were fortunate to know Malcom well, you couldn’t help but admire how deeply he cared for his community and the people he worked with. He spent more than 6 years at the Monsanto Corporation most recently as a business architect and an active leader in the African Americans in Monsanto Network (AAIM). He was always a strong advocate for diversity in Monsanto.


A benefit account has been established at Commercial Bank for The Mathis Family.  Donations can be made in person at any of the Commercial Banks.  Locations are:

2330 Westport Plaza Dr 
Maryland Heights

400 W. Washington Street

703 Long Road Crossing Dr. suite 12

2197 S. Mason Rd. 
St. Louis

Checks can be mailed to Commercial Bank to the Maryland Heights address.  Make checks payable to The Mathis Family Benefit.  

This account has been verified by the Maryland Heights Police Department.  This account was established to help raise funds for funeral expenses.  


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