Continue to look to the hills where all of your help comes from. Another angel gone, but not forgotten. Mrs. Mallard, was my history teacher and she was always special to me as well as beautiful. RIP Mrs. Mallard, you are deeply miss
Earth has no sorry, that Heaven can not heal. I'm sorry for your loss and will pray for strength and peace for your family. (Former SHS student)
Mrs. Mallard was one of my teachers back in the 80s at SHS. Very friendly, a great smile, truly a beautiful person. We always remember the best teachers. I am sorry for your loss. May God bless and comfort you.
DEAR MR. JACK AND FAMILY
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO YOUR FAMILY. MRS. ESTHER WAS A BEAUTIFUL LADY, SHE HAD A CERTAIN GLOW WHEN SHE SAW CHILDREN, YOU COULD SEE THE LOVE THROUGH HER EYES.
I TRUELY BLESSED TO HAVE KNOWN HER
DONNA KAY EDMONDS
You have our sincere sympathy.
Jack, I will always remember Esther for her beautiful smile and gracious manner.
I will keep you in my prayers at this time, too.
Jack, I'm so sorry that Esther is gone. I will always remember her for her gracious demeanor and sweeet smile. I will miss seeing her and will keep you in my prayers at this sad timee
Jack, I will miss Esther's gracious smile.
She will be remembered for her lovely manners and demeanor to everyone she met. I am so sorry she is gone and I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time for you.
Esther was one of the grandest ladies I've ever known, elegant, kind, gracious, charming, witty, humorous, learned ... just simply delightful. She made me feel so welcomed when I first joined the History Department at Georgia Southern in 1989. She, along with her colleagues Frank Saunders, Charlton Moseley and others, were crucial in making me feel at home in my new job and location so far from my native Texas.
I treasure many fond memories of her, as does my wife Melinda, who also got to know Esther through the arts, especially the Averitt Center. Our prayers for comfort go out to Jack and the rest of the family, yet we also celebrate that Esther is indeed with the angels. Heaven is now the richer for her presence there. God, smiling, has welcomed her home.
I was so honored to have met you at work in the Cafeteria, your smile and small chats meant so much to me. You will never be forgotten and I will miss your beautiful smile and hugs.
Mrs. Mallard was a longtime patron at the public library, and loved to share a good book with me. I will miss her.
I'm so sorry to hear this! Mrs Mallard was a sweet lady and shall be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with all of her family!
Mrs. Mallard was my history teacher. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. May God give you all comfort. C. Johnson
Sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Mallard. While I taught at GSU, I had her in a few classes. Found her a good student.
Esther was a wonderful teacher at Screven County High School and a most grand lady!
To the entire Mallard Family, I was sorry to hear of the death of such a fine lady...she was a beautiful example of what a wife, mother, grandmother and teacher should be. I pray that our savior gives you all his peace in the days ahead.
Mrs. Mallard was my history and psychology teacher. I also did my student teaching with her. She was a very kind lady and I will always treasure her memories. She holds a special place in my heart.
Mrs. Mallard was a wonderful teacher, a lovely person, and an inspiration to many. She will be sadly missed. Bobbie Trowbridge
Mr Mallard, I am so sorry for the passing of your lovely and beautiful wife of so many years. She was always so gracious to me when visiting Statesboro. My prayers are with you Mike, John, Richard and Bobby at this time and there families.
Uncle Jack, Marilyn and I are praying for you, John, Mike, Richard, Bobby and their families at this very sad time. Aunt Esther is with the angels now.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I remember Esther Mallard as a graceful, beautiful lady whom all her students loved and appreciated. Her legacy will live on through her many successful students. My sincere sympathy is expressed to her family.
Nancy J. Lanier
Dear Mallard Family,
I was so sorry to hear of Mrs. Mallard's passing. I remember her well growing up in the neighborhood on Grady. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Bobby, my heart goes out to you and your family. Just by knowing you, I am certain your Mom was truly a wonderful, beautiful, and caring person. I will keep you and your family in my prayers, and know that God will comfort you all during this trying time.
Jack, please accept my sympathy on your wife's passing. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
David & Kathy Williams
Jack, I am sorry to hear of Ester's passing . My God comfort you and your family Jim Marston. Tybee Island
Rachel Rawls Davis and family are praying and greatful for the full and purposeful life she led and for her life now with the Lord. Rachel fondly remembers Jack and Esther staying at her (mother's)house right after they were married.
She was one of the best High School teachers Statesboro ever had.Thoughtful and caring.I'm sure she will be missed.
Mrs Mallard spent time with us outside of school, teaching us about sights and monuments and history, to make our junior year trip to London & Paris one of my favorite experiences during high school. Every time I go back to both cities i remember her.
May your memories give you comfort. We remember Esther fondly as a colleague and as teacher and mentor.