Andrew Clinton Maloy
December 31, 1955 – July 3, 2019
Andrew “Andy” Clinton Maloy, 63, of Baytown Texas went to be with the Lord on July 3, 2019 with his family by his side. He was born on December 31, 1955. Andrew served in the United States Army at Ft. Hood and was a Maintenance Driver for the 124th Division. He also was a driver for Col. Stan Sheridian. He worked in construction for various companies. He also served as a First Responder EMT and Old River/Winfree Volunteer Firefighter. He was the past Master at Deer Park Masonic Lodge #1362. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and carpentry. Andrew was an antique connoisseur and movie fanatic. He was a member of Cody Baptist Church and First Baptist of Liberty.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Andrew and Hazel Jorgensen and mother, Julia Barbara Newsome. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Becky Lynn Maloy; son, John Maloy; daughter, Jayme Williamson; grandson, Bruce Wayne Williamson; brothers, Billy McWilliams, John Newsome, III, and James Newsome; sisters, Debra Nichols and Brenda Landrum, and host of cousins, nieces and nephews. Serving as pallbearers, Stephen McWilliams, Johnny Green, Jerry Green, Chad Green, Tyler Vestal and Jim Robinson.
- Stephen McWilliams
- Johnny Green
- Jerry Green
- Chad Green
- Tyler Vestal
- Jim Robinson
- Visitation Tuesday, July 9, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, July 9, 2019
- Committal Service Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Andrew Clinton Maloy
July 10, 2019
I just learned that Andy has been called home and I wanted to let Becky and the family know Our Prayers and Thoughts are with you all.... In my ARMY Service after I came back to USA from a over seas combat unit , I was assigned in 2nd Armor Division at Ft Hood Texas and where I met Andy .. Andy always kept everyone laughing , he was a Soldier who did his job in a Excellent manner.. We all had our assignment areas in ARMY and sometimes we would meet up in Baytown Texas … Again so Sorry to see this... God Bless all and RIP Andy... Ren & Patsy..
July 8, 2019
Being Jayme’s friend, I only had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Maloy about 5 years. But in that short amount of time I’ve never known someone to make me laugh at some of the craziest things. I learned quickly that he was great at one liners and they’re still random lines that Jayme and I quote today. He had a way of just kind of making me slow down and enjoy simple things that can give great joy like a casual conversation with no rushing or time restraints. It left an impression on me. And after knowing Jayme and John, I know their father left an amazing impression on them. They are some of the kindest, caring, funny and selfless people I have ever met and I know it was their parents who taught them to be that way. Mr. Andy, you left a legacy behind in your amazing children and we all thank you for that.
July 8, 2019
It is always sad to have a loved one, especially a family member pass away. Andy, growing up, I knew that you were there to protect your little sisters, even though you got us in trouble/ mischief sometimes. I love you and will miss you. Even though we lived a distance from each other, I knew you would be there for me if you could. Thanks for all the memories. Love, your Sis
July 6, 2019
One of my favorite things to do with daddy was ride roller coasters. I remember the first one he ever made me ride was the viper at Six Flags Astroworld and I was waiting in line with him. I was terrified and crying. My dad told me to just ride it and if I didn't like it he wouldn't make me ride another but he didn't want me to miss out on the fun. As we were going up the incline, he told me to just sit back and close my eyes. And he grabbed my hand and said I'm right here with you. When the ride was over and we got off that coaster, I was ready for the next. I dont think he realized what a monster he created that day bc I rode pretty much everything after that and he was always my riding buddy. Even now I get nervous waiting in line but I always remember what he told me, "sit back and close your eyes, I'm right here with you"
July 5, 2019
My brother Andy saved m life when I was around 5 years old and he was 6 or 7. We were playing as super heroes and cartoon characters. I was playing as Casper the ghost. I was backing up to “hide” from Andy. I backed up into and through a window. We were on the 2nd floor. As I was falling through the window possibly to my death, Andy grabbed me by the ankle and pulled me to safety. He helped me with the glass that was lodged in my shoulder until our parents came and took me to the hospital. Andy was that guy who could think fast on his feet. No wonder he was that type of person that volunteered as a firefighter and EMT.