William Peck Mallory Sr.

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William Peck Mallory Sr., 90, died in Carrollton on Friday, March 25, 2016, after a long illness. He is predeceased by his parents, Mr. Lowry Mallory Sr. and Emily Peck Mallory, and his first wife, Ann Brummel Mallory. He is survived by his wife, Benji Clark Mallory of Carrollton, Ga.; his children, Linda Ann Mallory (Tom) Todt, of Lincoln, Patricia Louise Mallory (Cadrew) Strickland, of Weaver, Dr. William Peck (Mary) Mallory Jr., of Anniston, Jennie Leigh Mallory (Bill) Wall, of Anniston, and Margaret Kathleen Mallory (Mark) Cooper, of Huntsville; his grandchildren, Lori Elizabeth Todt (Blake) Kirby, of Anniston, Thomas Mallory Todt, of Lincoln, Katherine Elizabeth Persons (John) Bushby, of Dublin, Ireland, Joanna Claire Persons, of Anniston, Elizabeth Tyson Mallory (Matthew) Fenn, of Chattanooga, Tenn., Molly Ann Mallory (Justin) Richards, of Durham, N.C., Caroline Peck Mallory, of Durham, N.C., William Peck Mallory III. of Chattanooga, Tenn., William Alfred (Rachel) Wall IV, of Denver, Colo., Jordan Christian (Megan) Wall, of Boston, Mass., Laura Kathryn Wall, of Los Angeles, Calif., Rebekah Challen Wall, of Birmingham, David Brummel Wall, of Anniston, Emily Ryan Cooper, of Brentwood, Tenn., and Andrew Philip (Gaelyn) Cooper, of Denver, Colo.; his great-grandchildren, Sam Harvey Brummel Fenn and Daniel Underwood Fenn. Mr. Mallory was a native of Anniston. Born June 21, 1925, he graduated from Anniston High School Class of l944. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps to serve his country in World War II and fought in the Pacific theater with the Sixth Marine Division at the battle of Okinawa. Before the end of the war, he was stationed in China. After the war, he attended the University of Alabama, and Jacksonville State University. He spent the last thirty three years of his life traveling throughout the country with his wife Benji, sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. He will be remembered by his family, and those who knew him, as a faithful and kind husband, father and friend. There will be a memorial service Saturday, April 9, 2016, in Carrollton, Georgia. Almon Funeral Home of Carrollton has charge of arrangements.
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Published in The Anniston Star on Apr. 2, 2016
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