Maloney, Paul Ignatius

At Valley Manor on November 25, 2018 in
his 90th year. Beloved husband of Mary Lois
Pigden (2001). Son of the late Richard and
Madeline (Gallagher). Dear Father of Peter
Maloney (Peggy), Paula Pastway (Raphael),
Mary Jayne Maloney (Paul MacNeil) and
Jeffrey Maloney (Susan). Dear grandfather of
Ben (Jennifer) (Faye 2015) Maloney, Maggie
(Matt) Romanski, Janel (Luke) McLean, Rhea
(Nicholas) Baklinski, Nora Pastway, Kayla (Rob)
Gunning, Laurie (Mike) Stout, Karly (Andrew)
Greville-Smith. Loving great grandfather of Madeline, Charlie, Kyleigh,
Layne and Karina (Ben & Jennifer). Rosalie (Maggie & Matt), Caleb and
Mila (Janel & Luke), Clara, Mariana, Elijah, Kasmir (Rhea & Nicholas),
Kaden, Mackenzie (Kayla & Rob), Isla (Laurie & Mike). Brother of Marjorie
Doyle, Joe (Beverley), Harold and the late Michael, Bernard, Leo, Patrick,
Carl, and Daniel Maloney.
Born at home on the family farm in Marmora,
Ontario, Paul moved to Peterborough at the
young age of seventeen. He was hired by
the Canadian General Electric Company
and became a long time employee until his
retirement in 1991. He was the proud father of
two sets of twins of which he took great delight
(“twice the love, half the sleep”). He possessed
a keen interest in sports, playing and coaching
in local leagues in the city. He moved to Water
Tower Lodge in 2015 where he flourished and
countless new friendships blossomed. We will
cherish Dad’s wit, charm and grace. His faith
was his stronghold and we are blessed by
his life and witness. A Mass of Christian Burial
at The Mount St. Joseph Convent Chapel in
Peterborough was officiated by Father Leo Coghlan.
The family is indebted to staff at Water Tower Lodge for their competence,
loyalty and countless acts of kindness shown to Dad. We thank Valley
Manor staff and volunteers for their compassionate care. We will remember
Chantel Brown and Claudia Coulas for their genuine warmth and support.
Thank you to Father Patrick Dobec for ministering to Dad in his last hours.
We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Alex Atfield and staff. Despite
all the scientific advancements in medicine or cures discovered we will
always need people like you.
May his soul rest in the Divine Mercy of Jesus.
Pastway and Maloney Families