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Official Obituary of: Robert K. Maloney 05/11/2020

Robert K. Maloney 05/11/2020

WORCESTER – Robert Kerr Maloney passed away peacefully from complications associated with Covid19 on May 11, 2020 while in the care of New England Hospice at Blair House Worcester, he was 78 years old.  Bob was born in Attleboro, MA to Robert and Kathleen (Kerr) Maloney; he graduated from North Attleboro High School  and later graduated at the top of his class at the Stenotype Institute of Boston in 1962.  Bob’s career, as a requested stenographer, spanned over 40 years in Boston, Connecticut, and the Worcester area.

Bob was an avid reader, loved movies and he enjoyed Boston sports, especially football.  It is best that he does not see TB12 and Gronk in Tampa Bay uniforms.  In his younger years he liked fast cars and traveling locally and abroad with friends.

He leaves his adopted “Sis” Mary Lou Jelinek of Orleans, MA and her family.  Services will be private and are being arranged by Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home in North Attleboro, MA.  Donations in his memory

can be made to the New England Hospice 190 Old Derby Street #304 Hingham, MA 02043.

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  • To Bob’s family – we want you to know what a wonderful and caring friend Bob was to our parents. We are sorry for your loss and our thoughts are with you all.   The children of Art & Dot Chamberlain (Milford).  

  • We are so sorry to learn of the passing of Bob.  He was our Best man at our wedding on May 12 1972.  We enjoyed many Patriots games at the old Sullivan Stadium, and also loved our fast cars but nothing compared to his Corvette Sting Ray. We had many good times,  so rest in peace my friend. 

  • So sorry to hear about the passing of Bob, he was a genuine good guy. Had a lot of good memories of times gone by. Rest In Peace.  Jeff

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  1. So sorry to hear about the passing of Bob, he was a genuine good guy. Had a lot of good memories of times gone by. Rest In Peace.  Jeff

  2. We are so sorry to learn of the passing of Bob.  He was our Best man at our wedding on May 12 1972.  We enjoyed many Patriots games at the old Sullivan Stadium, and also loved our fast cars but nothing compared to his Corvette Sting Ray. We had many good times,  so rest in peace my friend. 

  3. To Bob’s family – we want you to know what a wonderful and caring friend Bob was to our parents. We are sorry for your loss and our thoughts are with you all.   The children of Art & Dot Chamberlain (Milford).  

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