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Donald Maloney

Donald F. Maloney

Sunday, December 31st, 1933 - Monday, November 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

THE CASEY FAMILY IS HONORED TO BE ASSISTING AND CARING FOR THE FAMILY OF DONALD MALONEY

WATERBURY –Donald F. Maloney, age 86 of Waterbury, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 2, 2020 at home, surrounded by the love and comfort of his family, after a brief illness.

Donald was born December 31st 1933 in Waterbury, CT, the son of the late Harold and Helen (Lockwood) Maloney. He attended both St. Francis Xavier and Leavenworth High School. Donald spent 48 years working as a sheet metal fabricator at Timex Corp until his retirement. In retirement, his work ethic led him to a second vocation as a driver for Labonne’s Supermarket in Watertown. Donald was an avid sports fan and excelled at playing softball and football. He also enjoyed traveling, especially his many trips to Myrtle Beach SC, California and Cape Cod. Donald also looked forward to the annual Lockwood family reunion at Quassy. One of Donald’s favorite passions was spending time perfecting his prized back yard. He was proud to be a Bunker Hill resident and enjoyed socializing with his neighbors. He will be greatly missed by all who were blessed to know and love him.

Irish prayer for the departed
“Death is nothing at all
I have only slipped away to the next room.
I am I and you are you.
Whatever we were to each other, That, we still are.

Left to honor Don’s memory and legacy, are his children; Thomas Maloney and his wife, Lisa of Hamden, Michael Maloney and his wife, Elizabeth of CA, Patricia Maloney and her partner, Ronald of Naugatuck and Donna Distasio and her husband, Vincent of Watertown. He also leaves his former wives; Rita Maloney and Allene Maloney as well as his brother, Jack Maloney and his wife, Diane of Waterbury and his sister, Judy Geary and her husband, Bob of Wolcott. Donald was blessed with three grandchildren, Tara and Matthew DiStasio and Michaela Maloney. He was predeceased by his siblings; Richard and David Maloney and his sister, Eleanor McLennan.

Funeral Services for Mr. Maloney will be held privately and at the convenience of the family. Casey’s Eastside Memorial Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 1987 East Main St Waterbury, CT 06705 has been honored to assist the Maloney family during this difficult time. Memories endure only if you share them so you are encouraged to leave an on-line condolence, words of comfort or a personal memory with the Maloney family on Donald’s tribute page at www.eastsidememorial.com
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Barbara Therrien

Posted at 02:48pm
Patti-Ann, Tommy and Michael, I'm a little late at sending my condolences. I had heard your dad was in a lot of pain....now he is at peace and he's with Nellie and Hal. Helen was my godmother....don't remember Hal too much, I was young when he passed.
I don't know who wrote the obituary, but it was so beautiful....the Irish prayer.....I never heard that one, was so nice. And I was glad to to see that the Lockwood reunion was something he looked forward to every year. I feel as if I got to know your dad better over the last 10 years or so while he worked at Labonne's. Used to see him there all the time! Farewell cousin Donald. Rest in peace. Barbara Therrien
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RFC

Posted at 06:07am
Heartfelt condolences to all of you at this sad time in your lives, as I reflect back on days gone by (all those years ago) in the ol' neighborhood. Rest in peace, Mr. Maloney. Prayers are with you.
Ron & Valerie Cormier
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Alyssa Kovaleski

Posted at 05:50pm
I will miss your funny poems and random trivia. My favorite person to work with at Labonnes. Always a good laugh. You will be missed so much!!!!
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Sara L

Posted at 03:53pm
I worked with Don at Labonnes. I will always remember his humor and jokes. He always tested our history knowledge and always put smiles on our faces. He was never hesitate to to reach in his pocket for change when someone was short. Or if you were lucky and he liked you, it would be a mint or candy. He will truly be missed by us all.
CG

Cindy L Genua

Posted at 01:42pm
My son worked with Don at LaBonne's in Watertown. Don would tease my son because Don was a Red sox fan and my son was a Yankee fan. Whenever I was in the store, Don would always ask me if Joseph was treating me right and then say: he is a good guy. RIP Don
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