REST IN PEACE- MR. MOLLOY

Sad news on the passing of Ed Molloy.

The Molloy’s were good people who lived across the street from the boys schoolyard;  37 Howard Place.

ed-molloy-with-grandkids

(Ed pictured with his grandchildren)

I grew up with his son Kevin and I would see his dad almost every day.

The wake is scheduled for today from 2-5 pm and 7-9pm at Duffy’s on 9th street in Brooklyn.

The mass is at Holy Name Church on Wednesday at 10am; with the burial at Green-Wood cemetery following mass.

For 31 years Ed was a Sheet Metal worker for Local 28. He was also a combat infantry disabled veteran of the Korean War and a multiple past commander of McFadden’s American Legion Post.

Kevin added this note on his dad; “as old school as they get.

My condolences to the entire Molloy family.

RIP – Ed

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6 Responses to REST IN PEACE- MR. MOLLOY

  1. Dan Mahoney says:

    Sorry to hear that Mr. Molloy passed away. Always respected Mr. Molloy and appreciated anytime that I had a conversation with him. Condolences to the Molloy family!

  2. GT says:

    Condolences to the Molloy family on the loss of their dad
    Howard Pl. , a better block after having had the Molloy’s move onto it.

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