Marion J. Maloof

29 mai 19625 septembre 2021

Marion J. Maloof, 59, of Sandy Springs, GA, passed away on September 5 in his home with his wife by his side.

Marion was born in Atlanta, GA to Wiley and Adele Maloof (deceased) on May 29, 1962. He was married to Laura Maloof on November 23, 1988. They have 3 beautiful daughter, Marie (29), Kathryn (24), and Annie (19). Marion was a Board Certified Atlas Orthogonist Chiropractor. He was in practice at Maloof Family Chiropractic since 2000. He has touched so many lives over the years with his heartfelt words and actions. We are all blessed to have been in his life.

Funeral mass will be held on Wednesday, September 15 at 10:30 am at Saint Jude the Apostle Catholic Church.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Saint Jude the Apostle Catholic Church, 7171 Glenridge Drive, Sandy Springs, GA 30328.


  • Memorial Mass

    mercredi, 15 septembre , 2021


Marion J. Maloof


Gus Enriquez

23 octobre , 2021

I am so sorry I just learned about my friend today. Marion and me went to same high school and had good times together. I express my deepest condolences to the family. Good guy .

John McNeil

15 septembre , 2021

I was facing back surgery with a bleak prognosis of it being a successful outcome. Not wanting to go the surgery route I held off on it. In the meantime Deacon Gary Shantz heard about my situation and recommended a Chiropractor he knew and used. I went to Dr. Maloof and was in total awe of how he was tuned in to me as a patient. His manner was gentle yet direct and after several months of his care I was greatly improved and doing well. There is a difference between cure and care and he was indeed caring. He was a gentle giant with a sense of humor and great stories. I always enjoyed seeing him at the office or at church and he even cheered me on after Mass when I served as a lector on Sunday. Like everyone I was completely shocked to hear he had died but the funeral today was beautiful. I am sure he loved all that took place today in Church and the remarks made. No doubt in my mind that he is still watching over his wife Laura and 3 daughters moving forward. I am so glad to have known him and will miss him here on earth. I pray for strength for Laura and his family in the days ahead when his loss is even more noticeable. Weill done brother and I love you and appreciated you.

John McNeil
St. Jude the Apostle Church and School
Patient and Friend

Toni Idiaquez

15 septembre , 2021

Dr. Maloof was not only a great Chiropractor he was a healer. I've had the great pleasure to be a patient and work in his office for a time. He always took special time to be with his patients, he was present and focused on you. I loved his laugh and encouragement, lifting up those around him. He adored his girls and Laura and it warmed my heart. His legacy will live on and I am grateful. I'm so glad I moved back, to see him before the Father brought him home, not enough time. I love my friend, I miss him and know I will see him again but gosh "Dude"! I love you Doc.

Mitzi Gibson Denny

15 septembre , 2021

He was so many things to so many people.
He talked about his patient loving wife, his girls and what a bad butt and mini me Kathryn is.
He talked about other family, jokes, cars, and God.
He was truly one of a kind!
His last text he said "take care of you!" He was always concerned for his patients and those around him. The man had 36 hours crammed into 24.
He helped me with my health when 6 other doctors could not.
He saw what needed to be done, taught me and now I'm continuing on my health journey.
I will be forever changed by him!!!
Love ya doc! Til we meet again!

Jason Eaglen

15 septembre , 2021

Doctor Maloof healed my headaches and back, but he did so much more: he was kind to my sons when I took them along on our way home from school, and always made them feel special and important. He always encouraged me as a father, husband, teacher, coach, and Catholic. I especially appreciated when we could share our experiences about our children. I miss him terribly and cannot imagine how difficult it is for his family. I hope Mrs. Maloof and the girls find the peace of Christ that passes all understanding. The Eaglens are praying for you all.

Rachel Wright

15 septembre , 2021

Dr. Maloof was an amazing man. He literally gave me my life back. I don't know where I would be without his help, love, and support. He will truly be missed. Sending love to his wife and daughters.

Debbie Cimosz

15 septembre , 2021

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Maloof family. When I started going to see the doc over 3 years ago, I was reluctant that he would be able to help me. With his smile, his insightful advice and expertise, he was able to start me on the right track to feeling better. I looked forward to my appointments which is very rare for me to like going to the doctors. He always made my visits more then therapy, it was talking with a friend and at times a mentor in life. He was such a good caring man that made you feel loved and that life is precious. I loved hearing about his girls and the challenges they faced in life. You will be greatly missed. See you on the other side Doc. Love you back

Rick Wren DC

14 septembre , 2021

I will always remember his dedication to Helping Chiropractors at Parker Seminars to be Successful! It Brings tears to my eyes, just thinking about his sincerity in his eyes to help others!

Dr Rick Wren

Denise Jordan

14 septembre , 2021

I will always remember with enormous gratitude the times Dr. Maloof came by the All Saints rectory to visit my brother Fr. Joseph Peek during his last months of life. Dr. Maloof would do his best chiropractic work on my brother in order to provide whatever comfort he could. Dr. Maloof would always do this out of the kindness of his heart and on his free time, which is something we knew was a rarity. Thank you, Dr. Maloof, and may your soul rest in the peaceful loving arms of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

John Anderton

14 septembre , 2021

Please accept our family’s sincere condolences for your tragic loss. We so enjoyed Marion’s strong but gentle manner and great sense of humor. Watching St. Pius volleyball next to him was one long laugh- cheering on great plays, eye rolling at things that could use some improvement, and chuckling over the quirks of the game. We have many happy memories to cherish and hopefully you have the same to sustain you during this difficult time. Best wishes and prayers for the family.
John, Monica, Connor, Chloe, and Alexa Anderton