Dear Marie, Mike, Christi and all the Mallinger Family,
Dear Marie, Mike, Christi and all the family:
We heard that Don has passed away. Wayne and I, along with Sunny, send you our condolences and want to let you know that we will remember Don with fond, warm smiles.
Thinking of you,
Maureen and Wayne Sultan
Dear Marie sorry about your husbands death mine died feb 16 I understand your feelings and also know the joy you and I have had. This joy will carry us through the days ahead ..
Mary and Family - I just now heard about your dad's passing. I am very sorry to hear of this. You are certainly in my thoughts and prayers over the days and week ahead.
Dear Marie, Mark, and all family members--I was so sorry to learn of Don's death. I was away from work last week, just returning today (5/19). Don's faith was so strong and his love for all of you so great. It was an honor to get to know him while he was hospitalized. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Chaplain Mary Martin
University of Minnesota Medical Center
Pete and Lynn,
I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. We've been praying for your family at church and I'm thinking about you at this difficult time. Sending Hugs!
Susan and Steve Finn and family
Marie and Family: We are so sorry to hear about Don's passing. He was such a great guy. Everyone loved him. We will keep you in our prayers.
Blair and Barb Lothe
To Donald family, My heart is with you all, I remembered him in St. Joseph Church, he always had a great smile and greeting to us and he loved to serve to people. I will keep you all in my thoughs and prayers.. God bless you. Rest in Peace Donald.
Condolences to the family. Mr. Mallinger was a great example of a dad and parent, active in the community and who provided a great model for how to live life - in the likeness of the Lord. I always remember him as a band parent and involved with us as young men from elementary through high school and beyond. Probably bailed us out of a few "situations" here and there too. No doubt an inspiration to his family, near and far. Rest in Peace.
Thoughts and prayers to your family. May your memories warm your heart .
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Mr. Mallinger was my favorite teacher at Central High School in St. Paul many years ago. He was a wonderful teacher who encouraged his students by making learning exciting.
Sorry for your loss, Mallinger Family
Don was always a very fine gentleman. He loved to walk and I am sure he is now walking in Heaven. God Bless Marie and his family. I will be lighting a candle for him at Mass tomorrow. Az.
'Grandpa Don,' you were one-of-a-kind and a privilege to know and love. God has blessed many with your presence and now with countless fond memories as well as your wise and witty words. Your children, grand children, and great-grand children will continue to live through you, through their faith, and with His guidance.
Don was a good friend of my dad, Donald Scheibel, and was there for my family when he died over 40 years ago. He never left my family's side. Don and Marie always felt like our special relatives. They were our chosen aunt and uncle. He was always so happy and made everyone he met feel really special. He will be missed. I know he will have a good friend waiting for him in heaven.
Our condolences to Marie and family. What a fine man Don Mallinger was. He was a great role model to the many students he taught in his career. My wife and I always enjoyed greeting him and Marie with the Sign of Peace at St. Joe's church on Saturdays. Rest in Peace, Don.
He was a wonderful gentleman and great teacher at St. Paul Central; demanding with high expectations and the best interest of his students, yet, he was friendly and approachable in a professional way. I admired all of that.
Mallinger Family: Don - We know that God Loves you and that he now has you at his side.
We the Gauthier Family and the Mallinger family lived in the neighborhood of East Curtice St and Oakdale Ave. Our families were close and spent a lot of time playing in the empty lot at Curtice St. and Oakdale Ave. We were friends from grade school through Humblodt High. His parents are my sisters Good parents. His Dad and my Dad were very good friends and his Dad was our barber.
Don, Always a gentleman, we will miss that big friendly smile !
So sorry. Don was a good friend to many from WSU.He was founder of the monthly alumni brkfst. He is missed.
To my Godmother Marie,
So sorry to hear of Don's passing, but now he is in Heaven with his God! Love always. Anne Marie
So sorry to hear of your loss of Don. My thoughts and prayers are with the Mallinger Family.
May Don Rest In Peace. Don and I grew up together on Oakdale Ave on the West Side of St Paul; I at 691 Oakdale and he just south of Wagner's Grocery Store. He was 3 years younger than I, but we were neighborhood buddies and went to St Mathew's Catholic School. He taught at St Paul Central and I at Frances M Grass and Henry Sibley in West St Paul.
One of the nicest people I've ever known. Mr. Mallinger was an amazing man who set a great example for the rest of us.
We miss u so very much but we take comfort in that you are with your lord whom you so desired to be with. You have shown true servant hood and love to everyone you have met and we all feel a void with you gone. I can only hope to try and live by your example. We love u so very much gramps
DEAR MARIE, MARY AND RICH AND ALL....SO SORRY TO READ OF DON'S DEATH....I REMEMBER YOU ALL ESP. WHEN I WAS PASTOR AT ST. PETER'S, MENDOTA....LOVE AND PRAYERS FOR YOU ALL...FR. MIKE ARMS, CROSSLAKE ,MINN.