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Malcom Ollie Couch, Jr. (born 12 July 1938, Dallas, Texas, USA) was the founder and president of the Tyndale Theological Seminary. He is also an author of many books, and has written 40 documentaries on Bible prophecies and biblical issues.
Couch is part of the Pre-Trib Study Research Group that was founded by Tim LaHaye and Thomas Ice. He is also a member of Tyndale Seminary's Conservative Theological Society.
Couch is an alumnus and vice president of the unaccredited Scofield Graduate School and Seminary located in Modesto, California.
In June, 2012, Couch's friend Don Roper announced by mass email that, "Mal Couch has terminal cancer. I know he has battled prostate cancer for years and don't know the details of what has finally happened. I was told that he is not able to get out of the house (meaning he can't teach on Sundays at the church in Clifton, TX that he currently pastors and (is) probably his favorite thing to do.) Hospice is coming in to the house during the week to help his wife, Lacy."
 John F. Kennedy reporting
As a young man, Couch worked in television news. While at the Dallas Theological Seminary, Couch filmed stories for WFAA-TV in Dallas. It was there he was assigned to cover President Kennedy's fateful 1963 visit. Couch was in a media car that was part of the presidential motorcade. He and other reporters heard three shots fired as they proceeded along Houston Street toward the Texas School Book Depository. They looked up in time to see the barrel of a rifle being drawn back into a window in the Depository.
- ^ Ancestry.com. Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 [database on-line]. He died on Feb, 12, 2013 . Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
- ^ a b Faculty list, Scofield Graduate School & Seminary.
- ^ Warren Commission Hearings, vol. 6, Testimony of Malcolm O. Couch, p. 157.
- ^ http://ananswer.org/school/faculty.html