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William Molloy

William Lawrence Molloy ("Butch"), 61, husband of Mary Molloy of West Hempstead, passed away at his home in Middleburgh, NY on Friday May 15, 2009. Butch was born to Marjorie and William Michael Molloy on March 8, 1948 in Yonkers, NY. He was the eldest of four boys. Butch graduated Roosevelt High School, Yonkers in 1966. He attended Westchester Community College, was a member of the US Navy Reserves and served from 1968 to 1969 on the USS New. Butch worked for Glenwood Management from 1979 to the present. Butch is survived by his wife Mary, former wife Joann Molloy and their sons James (Heather), Gregory (Jaime) and Andrew Molloy. He is further survived by his mother Marjorie, brothers Kyle (Jean), Stanley and Paul (Valerie), nieces, nephews and two grandchildren. Butch is remembered by his boys for his love of baseball, fishing, doo wop music and the Catskills, his great ability to tell stories big and small and mastery of gardening, carpentry and construction. His family thinks fondly of Butch as a little league coach and leader of camping trips and hikes for the Boy Scouts.

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09/23/14 02:53 PM #1    

Alfred Tavolacci

Bill, You were always a great guy may you RIP

09/24/14 03:27 PM #2    

Dorothy Mayer (Tavolacci)

So sad to learn of William's passing.  May you rest in peace.

09/24/14 04:40 PM #3    

Sue Mosiello (Nestro)

So sorry to hear of Bill's passing! RIP!

09/24/14 06:21 PM #4    

Susan Waxman (Schulz)

This made me sad to read, along with so many others


09/25/14 06:50 AM #5    

Tom Caione

So sorry to see this.  Butch was an outstanding baseball player, and a very kind person.

10/07/14 02:39 PM #6    

John Settembrino

"Butch" Malloy, I knew him since 3rd grade in school 5. We were close friends in Cub scouts and other activities.

Everyone remenbers where you were when Kennedy was shot. Well Butch and I were on the Football field walking when the announcement came over the "loud Speaker". We were upset and immediatly went back in side the school.

Butch and I shared many fond memories. We hunted together in the Catskills in our youth and remained friends during our marrages. We enjoyed a number of great times together.

I attended his wake in L.I.. His son's and 1st wife JoAnn Lociashio were there. We shared many stories and reminised together.

Butch was living in Middleburg NY for the past ten tears before his death. He remarried and retired from the Construction industry.

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