Leonard James Maloney – Class of ’67

Leonard James Maloney – Class of ’67

Leonard Maloney
Leonard Maloney

Leonard J. Maloney, Jr., 65, of Germantown, MD passed away on January 5, 2015. Son of the late Leonard J. Maloney, Sr. and Mamie Ray Maloney. Survived by his wife, Loretta Frederick Maloney, as well as two children, Leonard J. Maloney III of Germantown, MD and Natalie Maloney of Rockville, MD. Also survived by three grandchildren, a sister, Patricia Fischetti of Virginia, and a brother, Robert Maloney of Friendship, MD. Predeceased by a sister, Judy Sisson. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 2pm at the Roy W. Barber Funeral Home, 21525 Laytonsville Rd. Laytonsville, MD 20882. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Roeder Rd. Suite 800, Silver Spring, MD 20910.

6 thoughts on “Leonard James Maloney – Class of ’67

  1. So sad to hear of Jimmy’s death. He was a good man, one of a kind.
    Peary Alums have lost of the greatest members of the pack. A full life with loving family. He created another great family. To his family my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I am so happy I had the pleasure of knowing this wonderful man.

    Debbie Roberts ’67

  2. It seems such a short time ago we were hanging out at People’s Drug Store in Aspen Hill. That was our hang out and meeting place in those Peary High school days. As I look back, those were some of the best times of my life. The memories I have of Jimmy Maloney, and the guys we all hung around .. I will carry forever. God bless all the Maloney family. Jimmy was a good friend, I shall miss him.

    Jimmy Crockett ’67

  3. You are right Jim great times. Don not forget, Glen Echo, Washington Zoo, the bird house, Dickerson Quarry, Beaver Dam. We had a good time. Still having a good time. ,Frank Slaughter

  4. Jim was a good guy. Sorry to hear of everyone’s lose. Can’t even tell you all the good times everyone had at my house while skipping school with all the gang which seemed to be a regular thing. I miss seeing and talking to all of my classmates about the good ole days. I hope this will might help everyone catch back up again. To all his family and friends I send my deepest and sincere respects.

  5. A good friend and such an amusing and funny guy ! I haven’t seen Jimmy for years, but will always remember his easy-going demeanor and friendly face !

    Louise Fontana (Simon) Class of 1968

  6. Just now seeing the kind words about Jimmy. Jimmy is deeply missed by his family, he fought a difficult battle with cancer and entered into eternal life with grace. Thank you for sharing 🙂

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