In Memory


Paul Maloney

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07/28/15 01:57 PM #1    

Allen B Chatt

Sorry, I mean REALLY sorry, to learn of Paul's passing. There were no details but I thought he became a distinguished physical anthropologist, archeologist, or some such. We were more competitors than friends, particularly regarding the school's American History Prize. Both entered senior regents with 97/98 averages. Result: I had discovered girls (finally & no names) and Dr, Maloney clobbered me on the final regents 98 to 95. God, he was big though. We looked like Mutt & Jeff accepting our 'awards'.


07/29/15 07:35 AM #2    

Georgene A Jacobs (Della Penna)

I rode the school bus with him every day.  What a nice guy.  Sorry to hear about his death. 

07/29/15 02:05 PM #3    

Joan Kellogg (Oliverio)

Paul used to sit behind me in most classes and I knew him fairly well.  I will never forget the day I came from Latin to French class and as I sat down, Paul told me President Kennedy had just been shot. He of course had no details at that time but we shared a moment of unbelief. I liked Paul and I like others am sorry that he is not with us now. I never saw him after high school.  I wonder if anyone kept in touch with him or has any further information about him.  This is so sad as it is with so many others. 

07/30/15 04:58 PM #4    

Dorothy A McCurdy (Spear)

I remember Paul as well. I am sorry to hear of his passing.


07/30/15 09:55 PM #5    

Peter Mumford

During high school, Paul would sometimes invite me out to the farm where his family lived.  Maybe because his dad was a doctor, Paul had a great interest in things like skeletal structure, and he had an impressive collection of animal skulls in his bedroom.  I remember Paul as being smart, articulate, friendly, and hungry to learn.  Even in his first term at Michigan State University, he was enrolled in a special Honors Program.  I was sorry to hear of his passing.

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