OBITUARY

Devin C. Malloy

February 6, 1984April 8, 2018
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Devin C. Malloy was born on February 6, 1984 in Rockledge, FL and passed away on April 8, 2018 in Port St. Lucie, FL

  • FAMILY

  • Katie Malloy, Wife
  • Ainsley Rose Malloy, Daughter
  • Jessica Malloy, Sister
  • Grace Gillis, Sister
  • Cindy Gillis, Mother
  • Steve Gillis, Father
  • H.T. Everidge, Grandfather
  • Martha Everidge, Grandmother

Services

  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, April 11, 2018
  • Memorial Service Wednesday, April 11, 2018
REMEMBERING

Devin C. Malloy

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Mark Nichols

June 9, 2018

There are far too many memories to share here. My time in Hollywood was better because of my friendship with Devin. It did not take us long to click and become good friends. I will always remember Devin's care for his students friends, and family. Devin always tried to make others laugh and his smile is hard to forget. There are countless football games, staff meetings or Sunday lunches after church that I spent with Devin and will always remember. My thoughts and prayers over this past...

Herman Everidge

April 26, 2018

In 1991, we bought a motor home to travel around the U.S.A. We made several short trip and two big trips, one to Alaska for 40 days and one to Mexico for 45 days. In 1992, we decided to go up the Eastern Seashore into Canada and asked Devin to go with us. His mom agreed, and we left June 17, 1992, with one very excited little boy. After about 10 days, we entered into Canada. I think we stopped at almost every light house on the East Coast of Canada. Devin was really excited about them. We went by the Bush Home in Kennybuck Port, Maine and went to Baseball Hall of Fame in New York. Devin was super excited about all the sports places we visited.
He was a true sports lover. We visited several NASCAR tracks and a Harness Race in New York . He couldn't bet so we let him pick numbers on one ticket and he won $40. He was over the moon. I tell you, Devin and I loved ice cream. We ate a half gallon every other day and had an awesome trip. Devin was our first grandchild, and it is a true blessing that we were given the opportunity to spend this time with him. Devin was and still is a kind, loving, sweet treasure that God gave us the pleasure of having for such a short time. I love and miss you everyday.. Grandaddy

Mikey Olesik

April 18, 2018

Devin lovingly leaves behind my daughter, granddaughter and his unborn child. Devin was a great husband and father and will be missed by all. He accomplished much in his short life overcoming disabilities to become a teacher and and a successful High School Football Coach. Things will never be the same but his legacy will continue in the memories of everyone he touched!

Cindy Gillis

April 18, 2018

Hey buddy,
I sure do miss hearing your voice every day and getting your texts with pictures of sweet Ainsley Rose. I love that little angel and your beautiful wife, Katie. She is a strong woman and the best momma ever! I am excited to welcome baby Malloy into the family in November. Thank you for letting me be such a big part of your world. I loved my Port St. Lucie visits and will never forget the football games, our dinner controversies, the ice cream treats, and Saturday morning breakfasts. Your strong hugs, your goofy pranks, and your sweet, kind spirit will be missed, but I am so grateful to have 34 years of memories. There are no words to express how much I enjoyed being your mom. I am so incredibly proud of the son you were, the man, husband, and father you became, and everything you accomplished for Jesus. I love you to pieces and will miss you every single day. ALWAYS. See you in Heaven.
-Mommy

Dave Hornickel

April 18, 2018

I’m so thankful the Lord put Devin in my life. He was my best friend in college and even though he moved back to Florida and I moved back to Maryland after graduation, we still managed to talk and text on a regular basis. I will always remember our late night poker games, dorm sumo wrestling, trips to get wings, going to football games, hanging out together, and him practically living on the futon in my dorm room.
Devin brought so much joy to the people around him. I will miss our talks about life and our families, but I’m thankful that Devin had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and that one day I will see him again.

Jade Visser

April 17, 2018

When you get flooded with so many messages all in a 5 minute span that just breaks your heart completely to hear bad news of someone that made such an impact on so many students’ lives left me completely lost for words and all I could do is cry. I had the privilege to play quarterback for you for two years. Between the pep talks,always talking smack to each other, always making me laugh, always believing in me, and checking up on me, there was always a smile on my face because of you. You are definitely one of the Best Coaches I ever had. You will always be truly missed but I know you’re in a better place now. Rest in Peace, Coach Malloy

Kristina Everidge

April 17, 2018

Sweet Devin! We have so many great memories together, my favorite one is when Grandma would drive you, Jessica, Thomas and myself around to multiple McDonald’s for breakfast lunch and dinner just to collect toys! I miss you and can not wait to see you again. I love you!

Mark Nichols

April 16, 2018

There are far too many memories to share here. My time in Hollywood was better because of my friendship with Devin. It did not take us long to click and become good friends. I will always remember Devin's care for his students, friends, and family. Devin always tried to make others laugh and his smile is hard to forget. There are countless football games, staff meetings or Sunday lunches after church that I spent with Devin and will always remember. My thoughts and prayers over this past week have been with his family, who took me in as their own during my time in Florida. He will be greatly missed and I will always cherish the time we spent together.

Jacob Gutierrez

April 16, 2018

You are missed greatly, great teacher,wonderful friend and support team. will miss your jokes and funky socks.GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN.....TILL WE MEET AGAIN MR MALLOY

Morgan Everidge

April 16, 2018

Devin, I am beyond grateful to call you my cousin! Thank you for always being so loving and for making me laugh every time we were together. I know you are watching over all of us right now. I can't wait to see you again!

I love you so much Devin!

Love,
Morgan