William F. Maloney

William F. Maloney

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    Saint Joseph's Cemetery
    Truman Avenue
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    Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the visitation for William Maloney will be held privately. The Maloney family thanks you for your kind thoughts and prayers.

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John&Anna Hurley

Posted at 10:35pm
To the maloney family our sincere condolences on the passing of Bill who was my lieutenant for many years.He was a great officer who taught his firefighters everything we needed to know from his years of experience. He had a great sense of humor that went along with his call to duty.The cherished memories of my mentor will stay with me for my lifetime,he will be missed dearly.

Squad 41

Posted at 03:54pm
Our Thoughts and Prayers Are with you during this difficult time.
From Officers & Members Of Squad 41

Jimmy Gibbons

Posted at 09:39am
Rest in Peace my mentor and my friend. You always made time to help others and never expected anything in return. I will miss you Bill.
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charlie Roberto

Posted at 02:00pm
My sincere condolences to Bridget And Bill's Family. There are so many fond memories of My Lt Wild Bill Maloney. He taught us so much about being Firefighters. Many of his firefighters became officers and shared what he taught us so his legacy continues. I'll never forget when he had to be told to turn around at the Medal Day ceremonies because he had tuned out of Mayor Koch speech. The look of total shock that his mother was standing on the steps of City Hall behind him and then the look of pure joy that followed. I added two Photos a reunion photo from 8-10 years ago With Capt JJ Johnson Fabrice deleCour and Bill. The 2nd Photo is from 35 years ago. the crew that worked with him when he made his rescue. Charlie Sheridan, Charlie Roberto, Mike Scarano Wild Bill, Jimmy Kless and Pete Farrenkopf. Lt Maloney took us all out to dinner.

Denis McCool

Posted at 10:35am
May Bill and Bridget Rest In eternal Peace together. The McCool family is praying for the Maloney family during this saddest of times. I was a young fireman working in Ladder 34 with Bill and being of Irish descent he knew I probably needed a little extra attention. I’ll never forget one of his favorite sayings, “I came three thousand miles to be your boss and your boss I’ll be!” All this with his fists already curled up and ready to go in case there was any disagreement. I cherish the time I worked with Bill and I’ll never, ever forget when we surprised him by bringing his Mom from Ireland to witness him receiving the FDNY highest medal for valor. I think he might have shed a tear or two but he’d never admit to it. May God bless you and your family Bill. You will be missed.

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