Condolence From: Mike Sullivan, Baltimore, MD
Condolence: Tom was one of several guys who walked on to the Bowling Green Lacrosse Team and helped transform it into a powerhouse of both winning and camaraderie.
'TM' was respected by his teammates on and off the field for his sense of humor, determination and always ready to host a good time.
While we were close in college I regret we did not stay in touch as we should have. We all need true friends like Tom in our lives.
Be at peace Dear Friend, I enjoyed every minute we spent together.
Condolence From: Cindy Walsh, Granville, OH
Condolence: Malloy family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Tom was a wonderful person who loved his children dearly. It was my pleasure to get to be your 5th grade teacher. I know he it watching from above.
Condolence From: Teri Miller-Giesler, Galena, OH
Condolence: Many prayers to Mr. & Mrs. Malloy and to Tom's children. What a wonderful man and I know he will be missed.
Condolence From: Richard Yant, Sunbury, Ohio
Condolence: I have known Tom for the past 4-5 years and we became friends very quickly. With his personality, how could you not! I will really miss his humor and his quick wit during our lunches or golf rounds we were able to play together as we traveled for work. I will think of him every time I visit Molly Woos where he told me of his cancer. I will never forget that day but more importantly I will never forget his positive attitude and his fighting spirit to take it head on. I had the opportunity to meet his daughter and her fiancé. What a great couple who I know loved Tom and will always remember him for being a great father. My prayers and best wishes to the entire family. - Rick Y. I will miss him.
Condolence From: Eydie Gartrell, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Pat, Eileen, Sharon and Kristen.
Growing up in the same neighborhood I have fond memories of babysitting for the Malloy's.
Always a friendly family and good neighbors.
I never remember Tommy giving me any trouble!!
May your memories bring you peace.
Condolence From: Michael Bing, Maumee, OH
Condolence: Tom was my brother-in-law and I’ll always remember his kindness. I could have been treated as the annoying little brother, as I very much was, but Tom would always go out of his way to make me feel included and welcome.
One of the first times I remember feeling like a “grown-up”, was Tom sharing a cigar and conversation with me at a party. There were plenty of his and my sisters friends around, but he chose to sit and talk with me. He wasn’t goaded into being nice to me by my sister. He just genuinely was kind. It’s an indelible memory for me, and one of so many I’ll always be grateful to him for. Thank you Tom.