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Groover Funeral Home at Mansion Memorial Park

1400 36th Ave East, Ellenton, FL

OBITUARY

Sean Malloy

May 22, 1968January 8, 2020
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Sean Malloy was born on May 22, 1968 and passed away on January 8, 2020.

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Michael Melchionne

January 18, 2020

Regina and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. When I got stationed at Tyndall AFB, several people in the Fire Department took care of me, Eddie, Brad and most certainly Sean. He and Regina welcomed me into their home countless times for parties and to be there for me when I had some rough times. I had the privilege of riding the Rescue with Sean as well. He was so passionate about his job and performed it flawlessly. He was a motivator to all the young guys. Funny as hell and totally genuine. I can honestly say, it's been 24 years since I got to know Sean, and I have never met someone else like him, and probably never will. RIP brother.

Shelia Bebee

January 16, 2020

Regina, Collin and family. Just know that my thoughts and prayers have been with you during this time. Sean is finally at peace. I know our good Lord is wrapping you in his arms of comfort, peace, love and will see you through this time of sorrow. Hugs to you all, Shelia

Donna Wray

January 15, 2020

Regina, Tom & I are so very sorry to hear of Sean’s passing. It is our hope that in days to come you’ll find comfort & support in the arms of those who love you. We also hope all of the precious memories you hold in your heart will be a source of comfort as well. As we try & imagine the depth of your pain, our hearts ache for you, my sweet friend. Regina, I know a lot of years have passed since we were last in-touch, but I’m sure you also know me well enough to to realize the depth of sincerity in my words here. When you feel up to it, please contact me, as I would love to hear from you to reminisce and to help you through this horrific storm in any other way I possibly can. peacedlw@gmail.com. Mobile 434 203 5911.
Love - Donna Wray & Tom Blankenship

REGINA MALLOY

January 15, 2020

The boys and I have been reading all of these GREAT comments about my husband Sean - you made us laugh and cry. Yes Sean made my life crazy at times never boring , but we loved him for who is was, my three sons turned out to be the best part of Sean an me, you would all be so proud of them. I will be putting him to rest soon and will be representing you all with his Fire Fighter Helmet, boots and axe there. Thank you again and so glad you got to be a part of him...

Robert Huskey

January 15, 2020

Your legacy lives on through all of our lifes. You were the true meaning of the of the firehouse family. Godspeed our brother for we have the watch from here sir. 5-5-5.

Tom Blankenship

January 15, 2020

First thought that comes to mind about Sean is commitment he was committed to his profession , he was committed to his family and he was committed to making life better.

I pray you’re at peace thank you for your service you will never be forgotten.

Prayers go out to the family and friends.

Justin Tabert

January 15, 2020

Sean was like a big brother and one of the best captains I've worked for. Everyday we were on shift together you knew it was going to be a good one. I can still hear that dudes laugh!! One thing you learned quick was to never fall asleep in a recliner, I'm still scarred by the incident with the hotdog Sean lol. You may be gone but never forgotten buddy. Rest in peace

Brad Myers

January 14, 2020

I met Sean the first day I landed in Panama City straight out of the fire academy. He took me under his wing right away and he took time out of his schedule to train not just me but all the airmen. My goal was to ride that rescue truck and to be like Sean and when I finally got that chance he and Chris dumped tons of knowledge on me that I use to this day. My heart goes out to Regina and the kids. You will be missed my friend. Love ya buddy

Edward Kelly

January 14, 2020

Sean was a great guy, many funny memories of him, he was one of a kind. Great times down Panama City Beach, or house parties off base. He really was one of the funniest guys I ever worked with. Remember working with him and Chris was our captain and he was the driver at station 2; funny, crazy, loved and missed...
Ed Kelly, Tyndall 94-97

TJ Sloan

January 14, 2020

I am completely at a loss for words, and you know I never shut up. I hope your soul is at peace and your family is able to lean on each other during this hard time. Thank you for letting me be a part of your life. You will be missed. TYNDALL 00-04

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