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James "Jamey" Maloy, Jr.
March 16, 1973 ~ October 23, 2023 (age 50) 50 Years Old
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James "Jamey" Maloy, Jr., a beloved husband, father, son, and brother, passed away peacefully in Opelika, Alabama on October 23, 2023. Born on March 16, 1973, Jamey was known for his generous spirit, handy skills, and selfless nature. He was a man who believed in the equality of all and extended his helping hand to anyone in need.
Jamey is survived by his loving wife, Michelle Maloy, and their cherished daughter, Elizabeth. He also leaves behind his mother, Carolyn Maloy, his sister, Dana Crowe (Allen), his aunt, Tracy Williams, and his special cousin, Denise Rhodes. Jamey's brother and sister-in-law, Ron and Brooke Williams, along with his nephews, Reid Williams and Sam Sanabria, will remember him fondly. Jamey was a beloved member of a large family, including a host of aunts, uncles, and cousins, all of whom will miss him dearly. He was preceded in death by his father, James Maloy, Sr.
Jamey was a man who loved his work and cherished his coworkers. He was a dedicated professional, always ready to lend a hand or share a laugh. His colleagues will remember him as a man who brought joy and camaraderie to the workplace.
A man of many passions, Jamey had a deep love for the outdoors. He found peace and tranquility in nature, often spending his free time exploring the beautiful landscapes of Alabama. Jamey was also an avid gardener, finding joy in nurturing plants and watching them grow. His green thumb was evident in the beautiful garden he maintained at home.
Jamey's love for animals was particularly evident in his affection for his cats. He cared for them with a gentle and loving hand, treating them as cherished members of his family. His pets brought him immense joy and companionship, and they will undoubtedly miss his loving presence.
Jamey was also known for his handy skills. He had a knack for fixing things around the house and loved to tinker with various projects. His family often joked that there was nothing Jamey couldn't fix. His practical skills were a testament to his resourceful and inventive nature.
Above all, Jamey was a devoted father who loved his little girl, Elizabeth, more than anything in the world. He was her biggest cheerleader and her most trusted confidant. His love for his daughter was evident in every interaction, and his legacy will live on through her.
In Jamey's world, everyone was equal. He treated everyone he met with kindness and respect, always ready to lend a helping hand. His generous spirit and selfless nature touched the lives of many, and he will be remembered for his unwavering commitment to helping others.
James "Jamey" Maloy, Jr. was a man of many talents and passions, but above all, he was a man of great love and kindness. His memory will live on in the hearts of all who knew him.
Funeral services for Jamey will be held on Thursday, October 26th, 2023, at 2:00 PM (EDT) at the graveside in Johnson Memorial Gardens. The Reverend Rusty Letson will officiate. Jamey’s family will receive friends Thursday afternoon from 1:00 PM (EDT) until the service hour at the Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home in Valley.
Pallbearers for Jamey’s service will be Brian Mitchell, Russell Ward, Raymond Bertie, Sammuel Sanabria, Wesley Woodard, Zack Woodard, and Allen Crowe.
Please visit Jamey’s Memorial Tribute page at www.johnsonbrownservicefh.com to leave a kind word for his family, to share a memory of Jamey, or to light a Remembrance Candle in his memory.
Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home of Valley directing.