Nelsen Williamsburg

3785 Strawberry Plains Rd., Williamsburg, VA


John Francis Malone

21 octobre , 194716 mai , 2019
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John Francis”Jack” Malone, 71, of Williamsburg, Virginia passed away Thursday, May 16, 2019 surrounded by his family. He is preceded in death by his parents, John J. Malone and Mildred E. (Burke) Malone.

He attended Providence College, where he obtained a BA in History, graduating in 1969 and later graduating from Stanford University in 1989 with a MBA. Jack enjoyed being a coach, referee, playing tennis, golf, hockey, and skiing with family. Jack was also a self-taught guitarist, avid reader and devoted Catholic, and was a member of St. Bede’s Catholic Church.

Survivors include his wife, Patricia Ann Malone; sons, Sean Malone (Susan) and Chris Malone (Lesli); daughters, Ali Malone Wysor (Adam) and Katie Malone; grandchildren, Maggie Malone, Amelia Wysor, Tessa Malone, Jack Malone, Lucy Wysor, Grace Malone, Lily Malone and Charlie Malone; brothers, Robert Malone (Morah) and Kenneth Malone (Carol); mother-in-law, Dorothy M. Hopkins; Jack and Sheila Hopkins, Deb and Carl Swanlund; many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2019 from 3-5pm at Nelsen Funeral Home, 3785 Strawberry Plains Road, Williamsburg, Virginia. The memorial service will be at St. Bede Catholic Church, 3686 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, Virginia beginning at 11am Friday, May 24, 2019.

In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in Jack’s honor to Donation Processing, The Michael J. Fox Foundation, P.O. Box 5014, Hagerstown, Maryland 21741-5014 (www.michaeljfox.org).

Online condolences may be shared at www.nelsenwilliamsburg.com.


  • Visitation jeudi, 23 mai , 2019
  • Memorial Mass vendredi, 24 mai , 2019


John Francis Malone


Mike and Sandy Johncox

24 mai , 2019

Patricia and Family,
We are so very sorry for your loss..praying for comfort during this hard time.

Vic Collucci

22 mai , 2019

To The Malone Family:

I offer once again all thoughts/prayers for Jack and you all. Jack was a special guy and the friends he made and loved will truly mourn his loss but celebrate his life.

May God Bless


Katie malone

22 mai , 2019

I miss you.
I’m happy you’re not trapped here.
But I miss you.
I love you.

Norm SkeeBall McLaughlin

22 mai , 2019

I remember meeting Jack in the 4th floor hallway of PC’s Aquinas Hall in September of 1965. He had a most uncomfortable looking halo contraption around his head and neck from a serious cervical injury. I joked with him, and he asked not to get him laughing too much as it hurt. Thus began a 50+ year friendship.
I remember when he took me to his beautiful home in Ridgewood, NJ during one Christmas break. We went to watch our Friar basketball team at the Holiday Tournament at Madison Square Garden. Somehow I wound up driving us back to his home in his family car via the George Washington Bridge. I was petrified, but we made it in one piece!
I remember when he fell in love with Patsy Ann Hopkins, a wonderful gal from Cranston, RI.
I remember when our young families went together to a Patriots game at rickety Schaefer Stadium in Foxboro. We had a great time that my wife Sandra (Tuna) still mentions from time to time.
I remember being fortunate to see Jack every September when we had our PC Animal’s golf weekend. I cherished the times when Thumper paired Jack and I together in the same golf cart. We got to spend a few hours together chatting about our families. Oh how he was so proud of his family.
I was honored when Pat asked me to watch over Jack at the last Animal golf weekend that he was able to attend. I was his roommate, and I saw firsthand what the dreadful Parkinson’s Disease was doing to his body and mind. But I enjoyed being with my buddy and helped him enjoy himself as well.
Jack joins our other PC Animal Brothers in paradise... Jack “Killer” Kowalski, Jay “Papa Joe” Callahan, and Bob “Spud” Murray.. A truly wonderful group who have left great memories with us all.
Rest In Peace Jack. I love you.


Gene Park

21 mai , 2019

Dear Pat, Carol and I were so saddened to learn of Jack's passing. I knew his time was short. What I thought was a blessing in his final active days that we, you and me perhaps, and Mark Jones, were able to get him out to Cheatham annex for golf with a bunch of the old former Kingsmill members. One of whom, Jim McCullough, was dealing with the effects of parkinson's himself. We put those two in a cart together often and I like to think it was therapeutic for both of them in a way. The old guys marveled at Jack's drives off the tee......the slowest backswing I have ever seen resulting in 175 yards or more.

I have to report that we will not be at St. Bede's on Friday. I am on a walker having had a 30 year old knee replacement repaired last week. Remember our common bond with Dr. McAuley?.......this is a different knee!

Pat. love to you and the children. He was great guy and we will miss him........Gene and Carol

Whitney Sutherland Boschen

21 mai , 2019

Today and always may loving memories of Jack bring you peace and comfort.

Johnny Mallory

20 mai , 2019

My heart goes out to the Malone family. I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Jack and his wonderful wife and kids.

Deborah and Jeff Purtell

20 mai , 2019

A special man will be missed but we have many many memories of good times spent together. May he rest in peace.

David Deysher

18 mai , 2019

Like a brother and always a friend for over 35 years the memories are huge but perhaps most memorable is the self taught guitarist in his flannel shirt and singing Sweet Baby James on the banks of the Saco River to our daughters. Will miss you dearly Jack.

Thomas (Thumper) Madden

17 mai , 2019

Jack had the best smile of all the Animals. We loved you buddy.