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Brooklyn, Ohio

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Shirley was my best friend during our school years. Even though I didn't see her much in the last few years, I will miss her.

Well, this pretty lady has a sweetheart in heaven that just couldn't wait! Shirley and John's souls are now and forever together. I don't know if I want to smile or cry in the beauty of this thought, after all, someone's loss can be someone's gain (I can just imagine both of their smiles when they saw each other again).
Tricia, John, Shelly & Teresa you were truly blessed to have such wonderful parents. May God help you get through this tough time! Hugs, hugs, and more hugs! Please...

Dear Cousins,

Our thoughts and prayers for both your parents, I truly feel they are in the arms of each other and the lord is looking over them.
They were such fun relatives to visit with. My parents will surly miss them so much.

Maybe you can enjoy the Covered Bridge Festival in a private way to memorialize your mom in years ahead. There's always ways to keep their love in our hearts.
God Bless,
Cousin Deb & Ray (Joe & Amanda too) they...

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God bless your parents and welcome them into his heavenly home. Your parents always had a friendly smile, we will miss them. Thinking of you all, Linda Piacentino (Coletta's daughter)


SHIRLEY's Obituaries

SHIRLEY ANN MALLOY (nee Spilka), age 78; beloved wife of the late John Francis Malloy, Jr. for 57 years; dearest mother of Michelle Glotzbach (Richard), John Malloy III (Lisa), Teresa Criswell (James) and Tricia Malloy; dear grandmother of Elizabeth Malloy, John W. Malloy,     J. Philip...

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