|Patricia Wiese (#47239477)|
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Thank you for your work in submitting Theodore Larsen and Cora Larsen to find A Grave. Could you link Theodore with his parents, please:
Dad: J Christian Larsen memorial #105808866
Mom: Laura Larsen memorial #105808815
Thanks a bunch. An Idaho relative – Lorraine Jewell
Added by Lorraine on Feb 25, 2013 2:18 PM
|Fern Bray||RE: Malloy, Evelyn -photo request|
Hi Patricia, Just uploaded your photos for you. I have added extra information "as captions" for your memorial page, which you can view when you click an image. It has been my pleasure.
Hello, Respectfully, there is only one Mountain View Cemetery in Pierce County. Everyone thinks it is in Tacoma but it is actually in Lakewood. If you could move your adds to the correct cemetery, it would be appreciated. Thank you very much.
Mountain View Cemetery
USA 2 Number of burials - 22
Mountain View Memorial Park
Lakewood (Pierce County)
USA 3 Number of burials listed -13,032
All entries for "Malloy" at Calvary Cemetery have photos attached now.
Added by CSM on Nov 15, 2012 5:42 PM
|Shannon [Hill] Lanning||RE: Everette L Webb|
It was my pleasure!
|Ken Snyder||RE: James B Vanek|
You're very welcome.
|Gerry Jean||Thomas Malloy|
This is an announcement of Tom's passing from The Naperville Sun, a suburb of Chicago. Any further detail information apparently is fee-based.
1) THOMAS J. MALLOY: LISLE'S FIRST MAYOR DIES AT 90
Thomas J. Malloy, 90, who served as Lisle's first mayor from 1956-57, passed away Oct. 26, 1999, in California.
Malloy's involvement was instrumental in the village of Lisle's incorporation. As chairman of the Lisle Civic Association in the early 1950s, he led discussions on the pros and cons of the issue. In 1956, the issue was decided and Malloy was elected president of the first village board. He also helped in creating the Lisle Community High
|Gerry Jean||Bernice Malloy obituary|
Here's Bea's obituary ..... now I don't recall if I ever found Tom's. If I do find it, I'll send it also.
Bernice E. Malloy
April 25, 2012, 05:00 AM
Bernice E. Malloy (Bea), resident of Menlo Park, currently of Millbrae, was born April 26, 1911, and died April 17, 2012.
Bernice (Bea) was born in Chicago, Ill. to Bruno and Amelia Mitchell.
She married Thomas J. Malloy in 1931 and is survived by their three children: Sarah Kathleen Kruse of Sunrise, Fla.; Barbara Gauger of San Mateo; and Dr. Thomas E. Malloy of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Bea was a homemaker and she lived many years in Lisle, Ill. where her husband served as the town's first Mayor. She moved to Millbrae in 1962 when her husband, Tom, was transferred to California by Western Electric Co., a division of AT&T.
Both Tom and Bea were wonderful dancers and danced whenever an opportunity presented itself. They also were world travelers and traveled to many countries. One of their favorite ways to travel was by cruise ship because it afforded them the opportunity to use their love for dancing along with sight seeing.
She lived close to 50 years in Millbrae and the last four years at Glenwood Inn (Casa de Peninsula) in Menlo Park where she made many new friends. She led an active life and was involved with her many descendants until shortly before a brief illness claimed her life.
Tom preceded Bea in death in 1999 at age 90, while Bea lived to be just days short of 101. They had a long and wonderful life together and she was ready to be reunited with her love.
Bea is survived by her three children, 14 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Tom, her brother Medard Mitchell and a grandson John Paul Gauger.
A mass will be said in her honor at St. Dunstan's church in Millbrae noon May 3. She will then be interred alongside her husband at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Frances P Andrews|
You're very welcome!
|Gerry Jean||Thomas & Beatrice/Bernice Malloy|
I found both obituaries which verified that the burials were indeed at Holy Cross Cemetery at Colma, CA. I also found the reason why they didn't seem to be in the H.C. data base: "Beatrice" is shown as "Bernice" and Thomas, who died 10/26/1999, was buried 2/3/2000, which threw the search off.
I'll go back to get the photo next week. Would you like copies of their obitiuaries!
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