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Maria Mandes Mallus

Washington, District of Columbia

Nov 14, 1919 – Feb 9, 2018


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Joseph Gawler's Sons, LLC Obituary

Maria Mandes MallusMaria Mallus passed away peacefully on Friday, February 9, 2018. She was born on November 14, 1919 in Washington, DC. She was pre-deceased by her beloved husband, Nicholas, of 54 years: sisters Anastasia, Cleopatra, and brother James Mandes. She is survived by four...

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Dear Alexandra, Mark, Christine and Greg,

How blessed you all are to have had such a loving and beautiful Mother! Her love lives forever in you hearts. You have my deepest sympathy, and may our Heavenly Father bless you and your families with His love, comfort, and strength.

Dear Alex, Chrissie, Mark and Greg,
You remain in my thoughts and prayers. Your Mom was a wonderful woman and will be dearly missed.
Maureen Kuzma

Dear Alex, Chrissie, Mark and Gregory --
Please accept our deepest condolences on the death of your beloved mother. She was a dear friend to our family and such a devoted mother to all of you. We pray for your comfort.

Alex and Chris - my thoughts are with you

My condolences to the family. May the peace of God and the fond memories you cherish comfort and sustain you in your time of need.

Yet again, our community loses a legendary mother and yiayia. We are reminded that the old, blessed, years past are gone. Alex, Christina, Mark, and Greg, we will always picture your mom and dad in the pews of the Cathedral and smile. We know that all of you will rally and carry on your family name and traditions. May the memory of both Maria and Nick be eternal and may they rest in the mansion that the Lord has prepared for them.

Dean and Lise Popps and Family
McLean, Virginia

May God's loving kindness comfort you and help you through this very sad time
Psalms 29:11

May our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ bring rest and peace to the soul of Maria Mallus, a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and sister. Everlasting be her memory!
Bill Petros