Virginia S (Mackey) Maloney

Born: Thu., Sep. 8, 1949
Died: Thu., May 25, 2017


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Virginia S. Maloney, 67, of Clinton, died May 25, 2017 at 8:40 AM in Union Hospital Terre Haute.  She was born September 8, 1949 in Paris, IL to Cecil Ray Mackey and Eulalia White Mackey.  
She retired from Duke Energy after 36 ½ years of service.  She was a 1967 graduate of Clinton High School.  
She was preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Cookie Mackey; one brother, Eddie Mackey; and her former husband, Robert Slover.
She is survived by her husband, Robert L. Maloney of Clinton; one son, Joe Gilbert of Indianapolis; one grandson, Gabriel Gilbert of Indianapolis; step-daughter, Misty and Michael Brown of Cartersville, GA; four step-grandchildren, Rachel, Patrick, and Rebecca Riordan, and Alayna Brown; two sisters, Maggie and Ronnie Milam of Clinton and Mary Ann Machin of California; one brother, Joe and Marsha Mackey of Clinton; and several nieces and nephews.
Per her wishes, there will be no services or visitation.  Cremation was chosen.  Online condolences may be made at www.fristfuneralhome.com.  

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Lennie Belser
   Posted Wed May 31, 2017
Bobby my heart breaks for you and your entire family. Someone the other day stated it best. You and Virginia had a deep love for one another that inspired us all. My prayers will not stop today but will continue on until you can once again smile and know one day you will see her again.

Lennie

Karen Prose
   Posted Wed May 31, 2017
So very sorry to hear about Virginia, always enjoyed working with her at Cinergy. Was glad to have seen and talked with both of you at Tom V. retirement reception at Duke. Such a shock for you and family.
Karen

Sue Giovanini
   Posted Wed May 31, 2017
Where do I begin ,loved your smile and personality since I met you in 1965. You know how I have always felt about you (like a big sister).. If you run into my family give them a hug for me.Enjoyed our talk about 6 months ago. Love ya girl..

Rhonda
   Posted Wed May 31, 2017
Where can I begin? When people ask me if I'm a Mackey, I proudly say yes. Then, a lot of the time, I hear some sort of comment about looking (or acting) like you. I've heard that a lot also. To me, it's a compliment that brings a smile to my face. You have always been a wonderful Aunt to me. From our love of animals, to laughter, and everything between, I will never forget you. You have left all of us way to soon, left a hole in all of our hearts. But know that I will always remember what a special & fun Aunt you have always been to me. I'll love you always! <3

Lynette Hastings
   Posted Thu June 01, 2017
Bob,
Words can not express my sorrow for your loss. You and Virginia were a perfect fit for one another. My heart breaks for you and all of yours and Virginia's family.

Love,
Lynette

Nyla Schwartz
   Posted Fri June 02, 2017
I was shocked to hear of Virginia's passing. I worked with her at Duke and just seen her at Tom's retirement party. I use to sit at Virginia's desk before the remodel and still have the phone # she last had when she worked at the Home Av office so I will always have a daily reminder of her. Going to miss her and all the good times we had working with her at Duke. Keeping Virginia's family in my prayers.

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