Geo. H. Lewis & Sons Funeral Directors

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Dolores M. Malone

February 29, 1928July 29, 2020

Dolores Mann Malone passed away on Wednesday, the 29th of July 2020, in Houston. She was 92 years of age. She was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania on the 29th of February 1928. She was a beloved mother of Mary L. Malone.

Dolores was a long-time resident of Hunters Creek (Houston). An avid lover of dogs, Dolores derived much joy from entertaining the neighborhood dogs who were always welcome to visit her house and receive lots of love and delicious treats. Prior to becoming a full-time mom Dolores was a proud buyer of children’s clothing for Foley’s Department Store.

A special thanks to Dean Theiss who is considered a member of the family. We cannot express the gratitude we feel for his support and love throughout the years.

The family expresses its appreciation to Dr. James L. Pool for his outstanding medical care, devotion and friendship for the past 35 years, and to the nurses at The Gardens of Bellaire, Jennifer, Mavis and especially Stephanie Gonzales, RM, BSN who made it possible for Mary to remain by Dolores’ side during her final days. The family is also grateful for Evergreen Private Care, especially caregivers Faith Thielemann, Lorrita Onyegekwe and Felicia Beaudoin-Kyle.

A special thank you to Nobuyo Ishida for all of the effort and energy she expended toward Dolores’ health. She is survived by her daughter, Mary L. Malone; cousins, Jaclyn Smith Allen, Helene Atlas and Reid Friedman. Dolores is preceded in death by her husband, J. Robert Malone, mother, Freda Smith Mann and father, Maurice G. Mann.

The family will gather for a private entombment in the Memorial Mission Mausoleum at Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery in Houston.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Dolores M. Malone

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Ellen (Jaclyn) and Brad Allen

August 2, 2020

You were the center of your mother's world. She told me over and over how lucky she was to have you as her daughter. You made her world fuller and brighter. You gave her the most unusual grand-daughter, Josephine, who kept her company while you were away. There was a generosity, resilience, and loyalty to all the people she loved. Her best friend will be there to meet her, and they will pick up like the conversation has only momentarily been interrupted. What fun they will have. I will always be grateful for the friendship she showed my mom. Those memories live in my heart.
Ellen, Brad, Gaston, Spencer-Margaret, Bea, and Olivia.

Mary Basden

August 2, 2020

Oh Mary, so sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing. I know having you here was such a pleasure to her.


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