To my Malloy Cousins,
I will always cherish the memories of my soft-spoken Uncle Joe. His dry wit never failed to entertain, even when he wasn't using it – like the day I learned how to play golf with him and my Dad. After finishing a putt, I noticed a quarter on the green. Overflowing with excitement, I had to share my good fortune with Uncle Joe. His response was relaxed (as usual) – “Yeah, I know. That's my quarter.” Having fallen prey to his dry sense of humor countless times in the past, I refused to believe him and kept the quarter. From that day forward, every time I would see my Uncle Joe, he would ask me for his quarter back. I am grateful for the extension of family love I've received through very special aunts & uncles. My thoughts & prayers are with you all at this time.
My condolences to you, Molly, and all of your family. Bob and I were so sorry to hear about Joe. We know you were such a wonderful couple. You visited him almost every day, and still kept cheerful and had faith. I know God will be with him and with you as you continue your journey here on earth.
To Molly, Sheila and Malloy family,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband/father.
Remember all of the special memories that you have of him and hold them close to your heart, it will guide you through your grief.
Lisa Fisher (Dickinson)
To all of the Malloy clan. My thoughts are with you at the passing of Uncle Joe. He was kind and generous man.
Dear Sheila, Mark & Family, So sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
We appreciate you trusting us with the care of your loved one at this difficult time.
To the entire Malloy family,
I am very sorry about Uncle Joe's passing. He was such a kind and gentle Uncle. I have some fond memories of him. He gave me my first brand new baseball bat, which I never wanted to use because it was so nice. It was also around this time that I found out that Uncle Joe was ambidextrous. I thought this was the coolest thing. I also remember him taking Uncle Dick, Sheila, Sheila's best friend, and myself to Salt Fork for a weekend. I had a great time, even though one fish was not caught. Later in life, starting my own family, I would see Uncle Joe volunteering at the hospital helping patients that were 10-15 years younger than himself. Uncle Joe was a class act, and will be missed my many. Heaven is lucky to have him.
Dear Tom, So sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Know you are all in our prayers.
Though I am not in town and will not be able to attend services, my prayers go out to all my cousins. My thoughts will be with you tomorrow. Uncle Joe was a kind and wonderful soul, and I will always remember fondly our picnics and kickball games on Morse Street.
To all my Malloy cousins: I was so saddened to hear that Uncle Joe passed away. I cherish my memories of all the times the Malloy clan, the Lindisch bunch, and the O'Rourke clan got together! We were our own football team, softball team, and kickball team! I loved playing in the yard on Morse Street and snacking on apples and pears plucked straight from the trees. It was great to go straight to Grandma and Grandpa's garden to pull carrots, strawberries, or whatever and wash them off on the side spigot, and eat to our heart's content. Here's to those wonderful memories, and to the memory of Uncle Joe coaching and playing referee. I loved him and his kind, wonderful ways. I would love just one more kickball game with him.
Dear Joann and family,
My heart and prayers are with you.
I will always remember Uncle Joe's soft spoken words. And the light in his Irish blue eyes. My prayers go to all my family, as I truly know this is a difficult time. May you find comfort knowing that he is in heaven and among those that love him there.
The quiet soft spoken uncle we loved so much. Thank you for introducing mom and dad and for giving us so many cool cousins to hang out with at all the family get-togethers. We love you!!! Randy and Sue (Totaro) Bonds. Mobile, Alabama
Dear Mollie, Theresa,& family, My sympathy & prayers goes to your family at this difficult time. May Joe rest in peace.
We are so sorry in the loss of your Father, Husband, grandfather and special man to all of you. He certainly had a family to be proud of. May he rest in peace.
Sincerely, Gary and Betty Bowling