Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service

1621 Jefferson Davis Highway, Fredericksburg, VA


Charles Paige Mallory

December 27, 1944September 12, 2020

Charles “Butch” Mallory passed away Saturday September 12, 2020 surrounded by his daughter and two of his grandsons. Butch was born in Winchester, VA on December 27, 1944 to Charles B Mallory and Nancy Brill Mallory.

He was a Vietnam Nam Veteran serving in the United States Navy. Butch loved everything about automobiles and became a top rated mechanic working for Ford Motors Dealerships throughout his career. He worked for Rose Auto of Fredericksburg until August of this year. Butch also worked for Jerry’s Tire and Auto of Winchester while living in Winchester. He was an inspiration to all of his family and friends. After becoming a bi-lateral amputee and being a patient in the Martinsburg Veterans Hospital for over a year, he went back there and became a volunteer who was determined to give back what he had so graciously received. He left his mark on the hearts of people he met there and always had a smile for the patients he helped.

The love of his life was his family and his grandchildren.

Surviving him is his daughter Christine Mallory Altman, and husband Paul; son, Charles “ Bubba” Mallory Jr, and wife Rachael; adopted daughter, Kelly Brown; 13 grandchildren, Brian Altman, Geoffrey Mallory, and wife Justine Nguyen, Emily Altman, William “Gage” Diener, Jordan and Deena Mayer-Whittington, Damien Mallory, Dillon Mallory Amanda Seffall, Samantha Costello, Boston and Isabelle Knight, and Joe Brown. He also leaves behind his brother in law Donald Reynard and great nephew Dylan Reynard and many aunts, uncles and cousins who will dearly miss him.

Butch was preceded in death by his precious sister Judith Mallory Reynard, nephew Tony Reynard and niece Cheryl, daughter Timothea “Timmie” Mallory, children’s mother, Diane “Deana” Mallory, parents, Charles Mallory and Nancy Edwards, and step father George Washington “Fat Rabbit” Edwards.

Due to the pandemic, the family has chosen to keep services private.

They ask, in lieu of flowers, please reach out to help someone in need. That is what Butch would do.

Online condolences may be sent at www.mullinsthompsonfredericksburg.com


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Christine Mallory

September 15, 2020

Thank you for all the love and support we greatly appreciate it. I would also like to thank everyone who has messaged me to share stories they've held close where my father expressed his love for us to them, they mean more than you could ever imagine. There is a hole in our hearts that will never heal or stop hurting and hearing stories we've never heard before or stories we've heard a million times somehow pulls him back if even only for a little while.
He may have left us but his love and memories never will.

All my heart,
Christy Mallory

Manda Saffell

September 15, 2020

I am writing this with a heavy heart, you’re my grandfather. I’m sorry the circumstances haven’t always been the way we wanted. And when I saw you, and we went out to eat. Everything was at peace with me. This is the last thing I expected. I wish I could have healed your body from all pain. I wish I could hug you one more time. I love you more than words can express. I’m so sorry. You’ve done so much for everyone around you it warms my heart. I put a picture of you up on my wall hours before we got the news. I’m never taking it down. My heart is so heavy right now. But I promise to make you, and my mommy proud. Thank you for everything. Rest easy to one of the most precious souls that has every been on earth. I love you papa❤️.

Barbara Snapp

September 15, 2020

I loved visiting with Butch while waiting for my car. He had great stories! When I would call on the phone, he always sounded so excited to hear from me. He was a delightful, fun, entertaining, and kind person. He was one of those very special people who could make the sun shine on a gloomy day. I am going to miss him.


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