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The Bedford Times-Press
Bedford, Taylor County, Iowa
September 20, 1934

Dr. J. T. MALOY DIES FRIDAY

Unexpected Death to Bedford Physician

Dr. J. T. MALOY, 63, died unexpectedly at his home in Bedford at 7:50 Friday evening, death coming without warning.

The funeral services were held at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. M. R. TALLEY of Mount Ayr, with Rev. J. Stanley DECKER assisting. Burial was made in the Fairview cemetery, the Masonic burial service being given at the grave by Kenneth STEPHENS, members of the lodge assisting.

John Thompson MALOY was born in Ringgold County, Iowa, May 14, 1871. November 2, 1893, he was married to Miss Amy D. WARDEN at Redding, Iowa. To them were born two children, Mrs. Lillian BEARD of Omaha and Dr. Wayland MALOY of Shenandoah.

Dr. MALOY graduated in 1893 from the Marion Sims Medical College, now known as the University of St. Louis. Prior to his study of medicine he completed a commercial course. After his graduation he practiced medicine at Redding, later at Blockton, and for the past thirteen years in Bedford.

He was a member of the Masonic order, of the Shriners, and at the time of his death was president of the Taylor County Medical Association.

Surviving with the wife and two children are three grandchildren, Miss Guinevere BEARD of Omaha, Gordon BEARD of Iowa City, and John Thompson MALOY of Shenandoah. There are also two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. N. [Newton] and Rich [Eva] of Maloy, Mrs. W[illiam] B. LUCKWITH, Rothwell [Mayme] of Long Beach, Calif., L. C. [Clarence Lincoln] MALOY of Redding, and A[lfred] D[avid] MALOY of Omaha.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, 2008

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