Patrick F. Malone

Patrick F. Malone

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Celebration of Life
American Legion Hall
1701 S Church Street
Rockport, TX  78382
Thursday, June 14, 2018
1:00 p.m.
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Fulton, TX

Patrick F. Malone

Patrick Francis Malone was born in Leadville, Colorado to Vincent Malone and wife RoseMary on November 18, 1946. He was the oldest of eight children.

Pat grew up in Daingerfield, Texas where he graduated from Daingerfield High School in 1964. During these school years he enjoyed friends, music, eagle scouting activities, played on the football team and participated in the Flying Tigers track and field team. He attended college at the University of Dallas where he graduated in 1970 with a Master in Business Administration. It was during his college years that he met Marcia Ruth Colchin and they married in 1968. Pat and Marcia had three children Christy, Lynn and Sean. After graduation, Pat began a career as a top rated sales agent with numerous mobile home companies which took the family to many states including Texas, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma and Tennessee. In 1983, Pat and Jean Baker welcomed his fourth child, Shane. In the early 90’s, Pat changed career paths and began work in environmental contract negotiations.

On May 11, 1996 Pat married the love of his life, Marie Yvonne Harrup at the Tropicana in Las Vegas. Pat and Marie enjoyed 22 happy years of marriage. They began their life together in Wimberley, Texas where they lived for many years before moving to Maxwell, Texas. After twelve years in Maxwell, their next move took them to San Antonio, Texas where they spent eight years before retiring to their dream location of Rockport, Texas in 2015.

Pat’s happiest times were times spent with his wife and family whether it be a hunting trip, weekend visit or special occasion celebration. Pat and Marie loved to travel together when they could and especially enjoyed their fishing trips. There was never a shortage of stories to be told by Pat Malone about his fishing and hunting prowess . The annual brother hunts were especially treasured. Another experience one could always look forward to with Pat was a late night debate, lasting into the wee hours of the morning. As a UT fan, Pat’s blood truly ran orange and there wasn’t a single UT sport that he wouldn’t watch. In his years of retirement, he enjoyed hanging out watching television in his man cave designed by wife Marie surrounded by his hunting trophies and memorabilia.

Pat passed away on June 8, 2018 after a long fight with cancer. Pat is preceded in death by his parents Vince and RoseMary and nephew Gannon. He is survived by his wife Marie, his daughter Christy Larson and husband Tim, his daughter Lynn Scudder and husband Chris, his son Sean Malone and wife Melissa, his son Shane Malone and wife Tiffany, his daughter Tammie Standing and husband Wayne and daughter Terrie Brewer. He is also survived by his brother Bob Malone and wife Diane, his sister Peggy Williams and husband Barry, his sister Michele Bryant and husband Gary, sister Kelly Malone, brother Dan Malone and wife Becky, brother Vince Malone and wife Carol, brother Scott Malone and wife Katy, brother in law David Harrup and wife D’Ann and brother in law Paul Harrup. His grandchildren include Alyssa, Luna, Mandi, Barron, Caiti, Dillon, Coryn, Katie, Jordan, Benjamin and great grandchild Delilah. There are multiple fabulous nieces and nephews, as well as numerous other family members.

Pat’s Celebration of Life will be held at the American Legion Hall, 1701 S Church Street, Rockport, Texas on Thursday June 14, 2018 at 1:00 pm.

Charlie Marshall Funeral Home at 2003 W Wheeler Ave, Aransas Pass, Texas is graciously receiving sympathy arrangements for transport to the Celebration of Life.


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  1. Robert and April Eyeington
    College Station, TX

    Our deepest condolences for all the Malones.

  2. Fred Farmer
    Sandy, UT

    To Pat's family, Your husband, father, grandfather was my very dear friend while we were in Daingerfield. I was very saddened to hear of his passing and I wish to express my condolences to you all. Pat and I did so many things together and we had fun no matter where we were. I am sorry we did not stay in communication over all these years. Nevertheless, my memories are rich with the great times we had together. I am remembering now the crazy senior trip we took in my 1957 Ford convertible to Galveston during the summer of 1964. We stayed in a place with a common bathroom for $7.00 a week. This was a great price to pay for our first experience with bed bugs. May God bless you all and may your memories remain strong to Pat.

  3. Rick DeHerrera
    Pueblo West, CO

    Aunt Marie l am sorry to hear about your loss of uncle Pat. The few times we were able to visit we had a great time visiting with the two of you. I am sorry I was not able to join the family in his ceremony. Be strong and God Bless love Rick and family.

  4. Rick DeHerrera
    Pueblo West, CO

    Aunt Marie l am sorry to hear about your loss of uncle Pat. The few times we were able to visit we had a great time visiting with the two of you. I am sorry I was not able to join the family in his ceremony. Be strong and God Bless love Rick and family.

  5. Dois & Carolyn Byrd
    Daingerfield, TX

    Sending our prayerful thoughts to Pat's entire family. Dois knew Pat in Daingerfield Schools, and I (Carolyn) graduated with Peggy & Barry Williams. So sorry for your loss.

  6. Ronald B. Lantz
    Austin, TX

    There just hasn't been a better or more loyal member of the Intera employee team. Thank you for making us all a little bit better with your service.

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