In Memory

Francis Malloy

Francis Malloy

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01/08/15 03:44 PM #1    

Tim Shelton

Malloy, Francis Paul

Then one day we too can say these words of St. Paul: "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith" (2 Timothy 4:7).Francis Paul Malloy, 66, of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina passed away Thursday, November 27, 2014 at his residence. He was born December 4, 1947 in Lynchburg to William and Mary Elizabeth Kavanaugh Malloy.Frank graduated from E.C. Glass High School in Lynchburg in 1966 where he was a member of the varsity football team. He was a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist and attended Miami University of Ohio.He lived on Hilton Head Island for 25 years. Frank enjoyed the beauty of the Hilton Head outdoors and often explored the island on his bike. He was an avid reader and writer and wrote many letters describing the landscape, trails, wildlife and weather on the island.Frank is survived by his sisters, Laura M. Sackett (Luck) of Lynchburg and Mary Helen (Molly) Malloy of Santa Fe, New Mexico; his brothers, William (Doc) Malloy of Hilton Head Island, Luke Joseph (Joe) Malloy (Martha) of Vesuvius, Virginia; his nephews, Luck Sackett, Jr., Peter Sackett, Luke Malloy and nieces, Ame M. Middleton and Elizabeth S. Stroud. Also surviving are three aunts, Gloria K. Hughes, Edith R. Kavanaugh and Faye F. Kavanaugh, many cousins, great nieces and a great nephew.The family greatly appreciates all of the love and assistance that the Hilton Head Group of Alcoholics Anonymous has provided.A graveside service at Six Oaks Cemetery, Sea Pines Plantation, Hilton Head, SC will be held at a later date.Donations may be made to Holy Family Catholic Church, 24 Pope Ave., Hilton Head, SC 29928The Island Funeral Home and Crematory.

09/02/15 03:44 PM #2    

James Whitcomb

To my Dear old friend,   I was blessed to enjoy so many grand adventures hitch hiking with you.  You always had the courage of a lion and never backed down from adversity.  I know how you loved the ocean and I'm glad you had the chance to spend your later years close to nature and family.  I think of our wild and rebellious times and realize we were just seeking something only God could deliver...peace and love.   Your brother,  Jim

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