Ross H. "Pat" Maloney
MALONEY, ROSS H. "PAT," 68, of Louisville, passed away Friday, March 9, 2007. He was a graduate of Atherton High School and the University of Louisville. He was the owner of the R.H. Maloney Company. He enjoyed membership in the St. Matthews Masonic Lodge, Kosair Shrine Temple, the Kentucky FOP, the Louisville, JC's, and was a Kentucky Colonel. He served proudly for many years as a volunteer fireman for the St. Matthews Fire Department. He coached football, softball and baseball for the St. Matthews and Lyndon little leagues as well as football official for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Gail Parsons Maloney; three children, Jeffery Maloney, Kathy Hoar (Kenneth) and Susan Russo (Joseph); four grandchildren, Niklaus and Alexandria Hoar, Meeta C. Maloney and Kile Russo; a brother, Donald Maloney (Karen); and sisters, Betty Bramblett (James) and Jeanette Rodencial (John). A remembrance service for Pat will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, 2007. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Hospice and Palliative Care of Louisville.
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Published by Courier-Journal on Mar. 15, 2007.
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Gail: Paul and I are saddened not to be able to celebrate Pat's life with you today. Please know how we share your grief but also the joy of Pat being pain free and safe in Heaven. May God grant you peace and comfort. Our love to you
Sandra and Paul Murphy
March 17, 2007
Pat was a wonderful friend and AHS classmate. We will miss him. I am so glad I was able to talk to him at our reunion in June of 2006.
Emmalee Bowers Tarry
March 16, 2007
Gail and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Donna Liebert
March 16, 2007
Pat and I grew up on Fureen Dr,, just off the Watterson, behind Boys Haven. We lived about 6 houses apart. He was a great friend and buddy. We did a lot of crazy things together in High School. My deepest sympathy. 1-859-748-9658
Ken Schmidt
March 15, 2007
We thank you, Mr. Pat for your advise and for your words of encouragement. For the short time that we spent getting to know you and your beautiful family will always be remembered in our hearts.
Donnie and Yvonne Evans
March 15, 2007
Pat you will be missed by many people that has come into contack with you. May you rest in peace. Love, Glendene
maria glendene keeling
March 15, 2007
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