Farmingdale, Maine

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Michelle, Greg, and Family,
We were very saddened to hear about Bill's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve yet another loss. We are sorry to have missed the funeral service as we didn't receive the news until later. He was a wonderful relative with so many gifts and talents and will be missed.

May you have the support of caring family and friends during this difficult time.

Blessings, Karen & Bob Stewart

Gregg and Michelle - The Malloy Family were wonderful neighbors for 35 plus years on Easy St. Your Dad was especially kind to our boys. Our sincere condolences. Gard and Mary

So very sorry of the loss of your Dad, Michelle.... Prayers for the whole family...

Bill hired be in my first job out of college and advanced my career many times thereafter. i joined him on some of those hunting and fishing expeditions. He was a wonderful person to with and for and I will miss him and his occasional posts on FB. RIP Bill and my sincerest condolences to his family and friends.

My condolences to the family. I was hired by Bill in 1966 and had a great working relationship for years. He will be missed. Dick Hodgdon Saco.

Gregg and michelle, our prayer and heart goes with you both. We always enjoyed having your family in our resataurant. Bill is such a great gentleman with good sense of humor that we always going to miss him. For sure we always keep the memory alive, granted that he's in better place now.

Bill was a family friend of The Alphonse Plourde family of Fort Kent. For a time he lived with my grandparents and Uncle Val and Bill were great lookers of the ladies, played hoops together and years later he hired me when he became Comm'r. Bill gave me opportunities to be successful; he mentored, encouraged and pushed me to be better. Was always grateful and thanked him for his support.

Bill hired me for my first job in state government. He was a good man to work for and a fun guy to be around.
My condolences on your loss

Greg and Michelle - my heart goes out to you both. I enjoyed talking with your Dad while getting my hair done a few weeks ago. Hugs to you both. He is in a better place with people he loved and had lost. Keep the memories alive!


WILLIAM's Obituaries

FARMINGDALE -- William R. Malloy, former State Commissioner of Labor, died on Friday, May 17, 2013. He was born on Aug. 28, 1930, in Caribou.

Survivors include son W. Gregory Malloy and Marcia Jolicoeur, of Chelsea; daughter Michelle Malloy Johnson and James Wentworth, of Farmingdale;...

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