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Stella Bernice Maloy

Date of Death: August 30, 2013
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Stella B. Maloy                 Stella Bernice Maloy, age 93, of Silver Spring, MD, died Friday, August 30, 2013, at Spring Arbor Assisted Living Facility in Winchester, VA.  Mrs. Maloy was born in 1920 in Baldwinville, MA, the daughter of the late John and Rosalia Vachowski. She was a veteran, having served as First Lieutenant inContinue Reading

Anne Hayes-Grillo left a message on September 2, 2013:
Steven, Tim, Molly and Rose, She lives on in my memory, dustpan and brush in hand, having just tidied up the tent. Anne
Lois welsh left a message on September 3, 2013:
Rose...our deepest condolences. May memories fill the void. Lois & Traci
Susan Dailey left a message on September 3, 2013:
Dearest cousins, Doug and I will always remember Stella as ready for any adventure with toothbrush in hand! We share in your sorrow, but will treasure that bright smile and love of life forever, She was the best aunt and godmother a girl could have. With love, Susan
Steve England left a message on September 11, 2013:
I had the good fortune of turning 62 this May, as did Steve, two days and a half a world apart. One of the perks that comes with such an accomplishment is truly appreciating people you have had the great fortune to share some of life with. I have a very short list of favorite people and Stel Maloy is way up at the top. Somewhere in the England archives are pictures (probably Kodachrome slides) of Stel and Bill (I was never sure why he was Bill to us and Arthur to everybody else) and smiling little boys and girls at 10-Mile Creek or Twin Lakes or Apple River Canyon. Maybe even next to a Country Squire wagon. My best memory from Germantown Elementary was room mother Stel hosting a school Halloween party in costume with a witches’ caldron of treats. There were only two people who called me “Stevie” after the age of 10 or so—my Grandma Tennis and Stel—even when I visited Silver Spring in my 40’s. It made me smile then and it makes me smile now. I am awful at staying in touch but my Mom is not and she has shared many cards and emails from Rose, who probably doesn’t remember Germantown at all. It was a great time. Love to all, Steve
Jennifer Feindel left a message on September 12, 2013:
Many people cross our paths during our lifetime but sometimes we are blessed with a special person or persons who become part of our life and form a bond that lasts forever. Aunt Stella was one of my very special people. She was quick to laugh, always ready to go somewhere, but most important she would make you feel important and special. We all loved her and I know that, for me, no one could ever take her place. I will miss not having her here but I know she is with those that have passed before her and she is smiling down on us.
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