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Edward J Malloy 1
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Edward Malloy, 321st Bomb Group, 445th BS, B-25 MTO WWII

Italy

Born Edward Malachowski in Buffalo, he spent part of his boyhood in Michigan in the 1920s with his family, then moved back to Buffalo when his father died.

He joined the Merchant Marine in 1937, sailing package freighters from Duluth, Minn., to Buffalo, the worked at Curtiss- Wright from 1940 to 1942, when he joined the Army Air Forces.

He trained as a tail gunner and aerial gunner, serving in the Mediterranean and flying 63 missions in B-25s over Italy and France. He received the Air Medal for distinguishing himself in combat on July 12, 1944, over Italy.

Edward was an Engineer/Tail Gunner in a B-25 Mitchell in the MTO with the 321st Bomb Group, 445th Bomb Squadron... North Africa, Italy .... *** 63 Combat Missions ****

  His daughter

  Janet Malloy Vacanti Oh I am so glad I found this group...my dad just passed away this past November at the age of 90 and I have so much memorabilia to share....I wish I would have found FB and this group sooner. He was a member of the 321st His name was Ed Malloy - Tailgunner flew 63 missions. I'll be posting more items soon...this is the only pic I have on my computer at the moment... Some of the names of his crew were..Dickerson, Wells, Kramer...I have heard so many stories about these men.

Edward J. (Malachowski) MALLOY

Buffalo, New York

Edward;  MALLOY - Edward J. (Malachowski) November 10, 2009, at the age of 90; beloved husband of 64 years to Julia M. (nee Stanek) Malloy; dearest father of Judith (Bill) Schmitt, Robert (Sandy) Malloy, Jerry Malloy and Janet (Sam) Vacanti; devoted grandfather of Mark(Wendy) Schmitt, Jennifer (Larry) VanRooy, Natalie (Che) Vigil and the late Christopher Schmitt; dear brother of the late Anthony Malachowski, John Malloy, and Charlotte Salkey; also survived by many nieces and nephews. The family will be present Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the (Harris Hill Chapel) AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 8440 Main St., where prayers will be offered on Saturday at 9:15 AM and followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 AM from Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church. Edward was a member of the Hank Nowak AMVETS Post 45. Please share condolences online at www.AMIGONE.com
Published in the Buffalo News from November 12 to November 13, 2009                       

Harbor Inn

New York

BUFFALO, NY  Edward (Oct. 13, 1919—Nov. 10, 2009)

Edward J. Malloy, 90, operated historic Harbor Inn; 

Edward John Malloy, of Clarence, who owned and operated the historic Harbor Inn in Buffalo’s waterfront district for nearly 20 years, died Tuesday in Mercy Hospital. He was 90.

Mr. Malloy took over operation of the flatiron-shaped, century- old tavern with the lighthouse above its entrance at Chicago and Ohio streets, a favorite with grain scoopers, lake sailors and truck drivers, business people and politicians, in 1978. He tended bar there for many years when it was owned by his late sister, Charlotte Salkey, who bought it in the early 1950s.

His wife, Julie, who was co-owner, worked in the kitchen. His son, Jerry, also worked in the inn and lived upstairs for a time, turning the place into a veritable museum and a center for preservationists as they made plans to revive the waterfront.

Business declined as activity on the waterfront diminished, and Mr. Malloy closed it, citing economic reasons, in 1995. Despite efforts to revive it, it was demolished in 2003.

Born Edward Malachowski in Buffalo, he spent part of his boyhood in Michigan in the 1920s with his family, then moved back to Buffalo when his father died.

He joined the Merchant Marine in 1937, sailing package freighters from Duluth, Minn., to Buffalo, the worked at Curtiss- Wright from 1940 to 1942, when he joined the Army Air Forces.

He trained as a tail gunner and aerial gunner, serving in the Mediterranean and flying 63 missions in B-25s over Italy and France. He received the Air Medal for distinguishing himself in combat on July 12, 1944, over Italy.

Returning from service, Mr. Malloy worked briefly for Bell Aircraft, then started a steeplejack business with a friend, painting smokestacks, towers, flagpoles, storage tanks and other tall places.

He went back to work at Curtiss-Wright as a die finisher and a billet lathe operator and was active with the United Steel Workers, serving as secretary of the local. He retired in 1981.

Surviving are his wife of 64 years, the former Julia M. Stanek; two sons, Robert and Jerry; and two daughters, Judith Schmidt and Janet Vacanti. 

A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a. m. Saturday in Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, 8500 Main St., Clarence.

http://www.buffalonews.com/deaths/local-obituaries/article21069.ece

Father Brian Jordan and Edward J. Malloy: ‘Marriage’ means something that ‘civil unions’ do not

Buffalo, NY

By Father Brian Jordan and Edward J. Malloy

 

Published:June 28, 2009, 1:20 PM  http://www.buffalonews.com/incoming/article161649.ece

Updated: August 21, 2010, 12:13 AM

Understandable controversy surrounds the same-sex marriage bill. We would like to state what we in the building trades unions believe in, rather than what we are against.

We believe marriage is a religious institution and that government should stay away from equating marriage to civil unions. There has been substantial legislation in New York State protecting the rights of same-sex couples regarding benefits and justified measures against discrimination in the workplace. However, to equate same-sex unions with the sacredness of marriage is unacceptable. Why?

In the Judeo-Christian tradition, marriage is both unitive and procreative. This is the coming together of a husband and wife, creating the institution of family in which children are born and nurtured. The couple are making a covenant between themselves and their creator. It is unfortunate that homosexual couples cannot engage in that unitive and procreative relationship. This is both a biblical mandate and a social institution of creating and nurturing the family.

Governments and systems of law rely upon the social institution of the family to produce something they need but they themselves cannot produce. Families are decent, hard-working people of good will who can take their rightful place in society. Governments can sanction civil unions but cannot equate these unions to religious marriages.

To reiterate, we are stating what we believe as true marriage and do not intend to discriminate against anyone. Two statements from the U. S. Catholic Conference of Bishops demonstrate their concern for homosexual persons. First, in 1986, in their document “Pastoral Care of Homosexual Persons,” the bishops state, “The teachings of the Church make it clear that the fundamental human rights of homosexual persons must be defended and that all of us must strive to eliminate any forms of injustice, oppression or violence against them.”

Also, in 1997, in their document, “Always Our Children: A Pastoral Message to Parents of Homosexual Children and Pastoral Ministers,” the bishops write, “God does not love someone any less simply because he or she is homosexual. God’s love is always and everywhere offered to those who are opened to receiving it.”

We respect the viewpoints held by those who attempt to advocate same-sex marriage. However, please respect what we believe in the centuries-old religious tradition that marriage is solely between a man and a woman.

It may be helpful to find another word or another phrase to make your claim. One cannot equate baptisms with bar mitzvahs. Please don’t equate marriage with civil unions. May God bless all relationships — whether heterosexual or homosexual.

Father Brian Jordan is chaplain of the New York City Building and Construction Trades Council. Edward J. Malloy is president of the New York State Building and Construction Trades Council.

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