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August 20, 2017

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August 20, 2017

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August 10, 2012
Our deepest sympathies to the Malone family ~ we send our love and prayers to you all. Cathy, Pete and Suzie Coleman
August 9, 2012
My Prayers go out to the Friends and Family of Art Malone.
It was a Honor and extreme pleasure to have know Art but more importantly be able to go to battle with him on Sundays.WHAT A TEAMMATE!!
I know one thing YOU NEVER had to worry about Art handling his job on that field and i can tell you when ever i'd go back to the huddle and see that huge grin on Arts face I new it was going to be fun watching film on Mondays because Art had lit some players up that game.
RIP My Man and Thanks for Being The Man you Were...
August 9, 2012
To the Art Malone family our prayers are with you and we are sorry for you alls lost of your love one. It was a joy to have known you. But i know it is better on the other side we all no that this world is not our home.rest in peace brother.
August 8, 2012
It was a privilege to serve Art when he played for the Falcons. As the Athletic Trainer I dealt with "Eloy" most every day. I never had a finer man as a player, and never had a player any tougher than Art. He was fun to be around, and a joy to watch as he played on Sunday.
I wish God's comfort for the family as you adjust to your recent loss. I know when he played here, his life was centered on providing and loving "his 3 Ladies'
Jerry Rhea, Atlanta, Georgia
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