John J. Malloy

February 22, 1931January 6, 2019

John (Jack)J. Malloy, 87, of New Fairfield, CT and former resident of Brewster, New York passed away peacefully by the side of his daughter after a courageous fight with Alzheimer's disease on Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019. He was the husband of Marie (McDonnell) Malloy and father of Gerri (Michael) Broderick of New Fairfield.

Jack was born and raised in New York, NY and proudly served in the Navy during the Korean conflict. He continued to serve in the Naval Reserves through most of his life. Jack was honored to serve in the New York Guard and even briefly served in the recovery efforts following 9/11. He retired as an electrician from Metro North Railroad in 1997 to serve in his fondest job, grandfather to his beloved three grandchildren.

His kind heart and generous spirit will be missed by his wife Marie and his family. In addition to his partner Marie of 55 years, Jack leaves behind his daughter Gerri and his cherished son in law Michael Broderick, in addition to his adoring grandchildren Katie, Jack and Shannon Broderick.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11am on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019 at St. Edward the Confessor Church, New Fairfield. Interment will be private.

Contributions in John’s memory may be made to the Alzheimers Association, 17th Fl., 225 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60601. (


  • Funeral Mass Saturday, February 2, 2019

John J. Malloy

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Loretta Williams

January 18, 2019

Jack was my loving brother and I'm so sad he is no longer with us. He went into the Navy at age 17 and our father had to sign a consent form for him. Jack loved being in the Navy for 4 years. After that he worked several jobs until he found a job with the railroad. It was a long commute from Brewster to NYC , but he didn't seem to mind it as he liked his job.

Jack was easy going and could be so funny at times and made us laugh. He loved being a grandfather and the kids just loved him.

Rest in peace, dear brother.

Marylee Evangelista

January 12, 2019

So sorry to hear of Jack's passing. He meant a lot to the Christian Family and will always be thought of fondly. May all of your happy memories with him help you through this time. I am sure my mom and dad were waiting for him when he entered heaven and now they can continue their Family & Navy discussions! My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Glenda Broderick

January 11, 2019

Very fond memories of Jack with my son Tim. Jack took the time to sit with an inquisitive young Tim and explain life's secrets to being successful, stories about the Navy, and how to keep a hermit crab alive. I am sure there he shared more but these topics I vividly remember. Jack helped Tim hide a gopher turtle to bring home from NC and only in a way that Jack could, convinced young Tim to allow the turtle to live. There was never a time I saw Jack that he didn't fail to encourage me and make me smile. Heaven gained a great man and I was blessed to know him.

Paul Christian

January 9, 2019

Jack was the closest thing to a brother that my mother, Barbara Nelson Christian, had. I have fond memories of many family visits and Jack was there for my father's Mass of Christian burial. I plan to come for Jack's Mass.


January 9, 2019