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Edward W. Maloney, Jr. 64


Edward W. Maloney, Jr, 64, of Southborough, died Tuesday, December 10, 2013, at home surrounded by his loving family.

He leaves his wife Carol A. (Fiorentino) Maloney and his three children Katherine F. Maloney of Amherst, NY, Margaret A. Maloney of Worcester, MA and Michael C. Maloney of Boulder, CO. Also leaves his granddaughter Teresa F. Fagiani of Amherst, NY and a brother William J. Maloney of Fairfield, CT.

He was born in Lynn, MA, son of Edward W. and Ruth I. (Egan) Maloney and his lived in Southborough for most of his life.

For the past thirty years he was employed by the Federal Government in the Department of Labor.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, December 14, 2013, at 11 a.m. in St. Anne's Church, 20 Boston Road, Southborough. Burial will follow in Rural Cemetery, Southborough.

Calling hours are prior to Mass on Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. in the John P. Rowe Funeral Home, Inc, 57 Main St., Marlborough.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in his memory to the Our Danny Cancer Fund, P.O. Box 2795, Worcester, MA 01613.

Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from Dec. 11 to Dec. 12, 2013.
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February 13, 2014
To the Maloney family. This candle is in memory of Ed. He will greatly be missed. This candle is shining bright because Ed is looking down and smiling upon us. Rest now Ed. I ask our father to look after your family and give them strength. Bless them in Jesus name. Amen
Pat Monroe
December 20, 2013
Dear Carol and family, my heart is so heavy after hearing about Ed. He was a fine man and he will be missed. I am so sorry I was not at the service, I was unaware of his passing until today. You will all be in thought and prayers. If there is anything I can do please just ask. God Bless you all! Kathy Patterson Gazard.
Kathy Patterson-Gazard
December 13, 2013
To Ed's family...I was dismayed to hear about Ed's passing, and I can't get it out of my head. Why do such things happen? I worked with Ed at the Office of Education, and then in another Dept of Labor agency. Bumping into Ed was always a bright spot in my day, and he never failed to lift my spirits while commiserating about our jobs. Although I have not kept in touch for several years, I will feel his absence and always remember him. He was one of those people who made the world a better place. I am so sorry.
Mark Letizi
December 12, 2013
Dear Carol, Kate, Maggie and Michael
I just learned of Ed's passing about an hour ago. Words cannot convey my shock and sorrow. We loved Ed and his wonderful sense of humor. So many memories these past 40 years beginning with our wedding and most recently our daughters. My heart is heavy Carol. God bless
December 12, 2013
I am so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. He was such a kind man and a great neighbor. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.

The Narice Family
December 12, 2013
Dear Maloney family,
I was saddend to hear of Ed's passing. Although he was not my supervisor when I was in Boston, he was kind, knowledgeable, helpful to his fellow employees and generally one of the nicest people that I have had the privlege of knowing. My prayers go out to you all in this sad time. Ed and all of you shall be in my prayers. I'm sure Ed is watching over us all now.
Michael Fontenot
December 12, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the Maloney Family. I met Ed in 1987 while working at the Dept. of Labor. I continued to speak with him after I left the agency because we worked in the same building. I will always remember his friendly personality and his great sense of humor, he always made me laugh with different stories he used to bring up while working together.

So sorry for your loss.
Joseph Lesowski
December 12, 2013
I had the pleasure of knowing Ed since 1985. He was truly a special guy. Devoted to his wife and family. Dedicated to his work. Our connections to Lynn and Swampscott, he was the brother, I never had. I am going to miss our conversations. Whether it was politics or sports, he always had an interesting insight. I will cherish all the memories. Rest in peace.
Abraham Grungold
December 12, 2013
Myself in 2012; Hello to Bill Maloney
My deepest sympathies for your loss. I grew up in Swampscott and went to school with Bill Maloney.
Steven DiGiulio
Graduate of Swampscott HS
Steven DiGiulio
December 12, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the memories that you carry in your hearts help you through the holiday season.
Ilona Rodgers
December 12, 2013
Dear Carol,Kate,Maggie and Michael,
So sorry for your loss . Prayers and hugs from us ,Love, The Duplisea's
Michele Duplisea
December 11, 2013
As much as we would cry with laughter when we got together with Ed, we cry now with sadness. He wouldn't approve, but we can't help it.
Ed was our cohort in high school misadventures, although more as the person who would solve our problems rather than create them. He managed to retain his non-judgmental wit amid our foolishness and under the watchful eye of his mother Ruth. In high school he was the super smart new kid who quickly and quietly managed to date the coolest girls around. He was interested in what you had to say and often had a hilarious viewpoint of the absurdities of politics and the workplace.
We had some fun visits when our kids were younger to the Southborough home that he and Carol made as wonderful for the kids as possible. There always seemed to be something new in the back yard or in the house designed with the kids in mind. He was tremendously proud of and devoted to Kate, Maggie and Michael, now Teresa, and of course, Carol.
We had a tradition of meeting once a year in the North End for dinner. On one of those occasions, the waiter tipped a glass of red wine over Ed's shoulder onto the front of his shirt right at the beginning of the meal. It couldn't have been a comfortable meal for him after that, but he never let on. He never put himself front and center.
We'll miss our annual North End dinners and the chance to hear his laughter. We'll miss hearing about Kate, Maggie, Michael and the newest family member, Teresa. Our hearts are broken. We will miss our good, kind, funny, smart, empathetic friend and send our love to you all.
Bill and Pat Shanahan
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