My dearest sympathies to your beloved family during this time of grief and sorrow. The Bible gives us hope which is very assuring in Job 5:20, where it states: "He will certainly redeem you from death." Please take comfort in knowing that soon God will actually swallow up death forever.
“My condolences to the Malone family at Art's passing. I was a drag racer in the 60's and followed Art's career for many years. He was liked and respected by anyone who knew him he will be missed.
“Dear Malone Family:
I am sorry for the loss of Mr. Malone, I had the pleasure of knowing him for a short while when Pam and I attended school together. From what I did know he loved all of you very much and I am sure he is watching over his girls !! My deepest sympathy for all of you.
“A TRUE LEGEND IN TAMPA HE WILL BE MISSED.....
“Sandra, Stephanie and Pam
My husband, Bud Mathis was a childhood friend of Art Malone. Bud spoke highly of Art over the years.
When Bud became very ill, Art came to see him several times.
Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
My sincere condolences.
Dot Mathis ~ Widow of Bud Mathis
“my husband Ed Strickland was a great fan and neighbor of Art.and although we had moved from Tampa many years ago. Ed did drive down last year to see him and talk about racing which they both loved so much. They will both be missed so much My condolences to the family Phyllis Strickland
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MALONE, Arthur J., a native of Tampa went to rest to be with our Lord, last Friday, March 29, 2013. Art was legendary and innovative in his racing careers with Drag Racing, Indianapolis 500 (famous Novi car), as well as, breaking the world speed record in 1961 at Daytona. He was also well known...Read More