Tim Maloy Obituary, Death – Timothy L. Maloy, 83, of Washington, affectionately known to his kids as “Daddio,” died away peacefully on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, with his entire family by his side. Tim was born on December 25, 1938, in Washington, the son of Rita Gideon Maloy and the late John James “Tim” Maloy. He attended Immaculate Conception School and graduated with the class of 1956. He also attends the church. Tim worked as an accountant for Washington Steel Corp. for 36 years before retiring. The Washington County Accounting Association included Tim as a member. Additionally, he was a founder member and longtime board member of Washington Steel Federal Credit Union.
Tim served on the Washington Park Commission’s board of directors. He participated in basketball games for Freddie’s Club and Civic Club, a semi-pro squad. Along with playing golf and softball, he also enjoyed spending time with his kids, grandsons, and friends. Tim taught basketball for more than 50 years, working with both boys and girls at Immaculate Conception (in the 1960s), John F. Kennedy Grade School, Eighth Ward, the Brownson House, Washington Park, and the Metro Pittsburgh League. He was referred to by his many players as “Coach” over the years. Tim was a devoted Steelers and Predators supporter.
You can only imagine what a great father and grandfather he was given all his attributes. His grandchildren looked up to him and delighted to spend time with him. He wed Janice L. Boardley Maloy on July 29, 1961, the love of his life, and the couple have been together for 60 years. Children Mark E. Maloy of Washington, Melinda A. (James) Chyba of Randall, Minnesota, Timothy L. (Laura) Maloy II of Washington, Marla M. Bredniak of Washington, and Michael J. (Frannie) Maloy of Saint Charles, Illinois are also left behind to cherish his memory. One brother, Michael (Jane) Maloy of Pinehurst, North Carolina, is also survived by five grandchildren: Ryan Williams, Del Numerous nieces and nephews are still alive.
James Maloy, his brother, Robert and Katherine Boardley, his in-laws, James and Edward Boardley, and his parents are also deceased. The workers at Concordia Hospice of Washington and Hospice of Myrtle Beach are highly appreciated by the family. They also want to express their gratitude to the medical staffs at Allegheny General Hospital and Centerville Clinic. His family begs that, in lieu of flowers, donations be donated in his honor to the Brownson House in Washington. Friends will be welcomed at the Warco-Falvo Funeral Home Inc., Wilson at East Katherine Avenue, Washington, DC, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 12, 2022. S. Timothy Warco is the supervisor/director, along with Holly Renay Warco, S. Timothy Warco II, and Park N. Crosier.
On Monday, June 13, 2022, at 9 a.m., there will be a prayer service at the funeral home. At 10 a.m., the Rev. George Chortos will celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial at the Immaculate Conception Church, St. James Parish, 119 W. Chestnut Street, Washington. Following, there will be a burial in McMurray’s Queen of Heaven Cemetery.