Patrick Frank MaloneyJanuary 15, 1953 ~ March 23, 2017 (age 64)
PATRICK “PAT” FRANK MALONEY
Scarborough- Patrick Maloney, 64, died unexpectedly March 23, 2017 at Maine Medical Center. He was born January 15, 1953 in Portland, ME to the late Philip E. and Phyllis E. (Webster) Maloney.
Pat attended Cathedral school and graduated from Portland High School, Class of 1971. He was very active in the 5th Maine Regiment Drum & Bugle Corp, where he was Drum Major for several years.
He then went on to teach high school marching band at Deering High School and then Westbrook High School for many years. Pat worked for the Portland Water District for 30 years and most recently at Exactitude Inc in Cumberland.
Pat married his wife of 43 years, Valarie Ingalls in January of 1974.
Pat was an avid baseball fan, coaching his kids throughout their childhood. He loved to joke and would always try to get a laugh out of anyone and everyone. He was most beloved as being the emcee of the annual Christmas Eve celebration, which also included coming up with and hosting all sorts of games. His other love was dogs. He was a founding member of the Bearded Collie Club of Maine, and loved helping to put on the shows and events that went along with that. He and his wife have bred and shown dogs for over 30 years, and he was very proud of their most recent litter of puppies.
Surviving in addition to his wife, Valarie
(Ingalls) Maloney are his son Brian and his wife Melaina of Scarborough, daughter Katie and her husband Matt of Westbrook, son Andrew of Westbrook, and his adored grandson Frankie, who meant the world to him. Other survivors include his brother Michael and his wife Sue of Raymond, Sister Kathleen Cole and her husband Jeff of Portland, Sister Nancy Kelly and her husband Kevin of Bridgton. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
There will be a celebration of Pat's life to be held on Saturday April 8th, from 2-6pm at The Irish Heritage Center, 34 Gray St. Portland, ME. To share memories and condolences with the family, please go to www.athutchins.com.
The family would like to thank the first to respond at his work, the EMT's and the entire staff, especially those in the cardiac unit, and Maine Medical Center who gave him the best care that they possibly could, and those who helped accommodate his very, very large family.