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Thomas Malone

Thomas Eugene Malone Jr.

March 12, 1960 - November 23, 2018
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Obituary

Thomas Eugene Malone Jr., 58, of White Hall, went to sleep Friday night, November 23, 2018 at his home and is peacefully awaiting resurrection and perfection by Jesus and his father, Jehovah.
Tommy is survived by his wife of 35 years, Sara Malone of White Hall; his two sons, Sean (and Cheyanne) Malone of Pine Bluff, Erik (and Holly Wilsey) Malone of Fredericksburg, Virginia; one grandson, Connor Boullie; his aunt, Betty Evans; nephew, Stewart Fuell; cousin, Reggie Evans; step-brother of Redfield, AR; Raymond Taylor and many friends.
Tommy was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Eugene Malone, Sr.; and his sister, Elizabeth Malone Fuell.
Tommy was a graduate of the Arkansas School of Technology and held a degree in computer engineering. He worked for many years at the Little Rock WYCA as a computer network administrator. He enjoyed chemistry, computers, mathematics and could make a mean Tesla Coil.
Tommy was extremely proud of what he called his greatest accomplishment in life: his two sons and grandson.
Tommy’s life was challenged by Bi-Polar Disease. Though the disease caused his behavior difficult to tolerate at times, those that truly loved him could see his good heart.
Special thanks to Dr. William Collie for being his guiding light for over 20 years.
A memorial service will held Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 5:00-10:00 PM at the home of Sean Malone, 609 Barrow Drive in Pine Bluff.
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Norma Hamilton of Bryant, AR

Posted at 12:00am
Sara - I am so sorry to hear of Tommy's passing. I pray strength and peace to you and your family. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help.
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Charles G. "Charley" Nichols of Beebe, AR

Posted at 12:00am
My deepest sympathy to Sara, Sean, and Erik. Tommy and I had been friends since the Fall of 1977, and I am sincerely sorry we had lost touch. We may meet again one day on that ever shining shore. May God help you assuage your pain and heartfelt grief.
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Mamie

Posted at 12:00am
November 26, 2018 Sara, I really appreciate your warm personality and the friendship we shared. I never will forget the wholesome family times and the truths that brought us together. The promises from God's word Tom knew --- about a future and a hope, so do we. May this bring comfort along with your host of family, friends and associates. With love Mamie
GB

Glen and Dee Brown

Posted at 12:00am
Sara, Eric and Sean, We always remember when we first met Tom and then all of you. It was positive from the very beginning. You all stuck together through thick and thin which is rare to see in families these days. You have a for sure valid hope of being reunited right here on a Paradise Earth. (Job 14:14,15; Psalms 115:18) Although, that’s futiure, there’s much comfort and support coming your way till then. Don’t give up! We hope to stay in touch. Much love from us both.
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Mary Tinsley of Ward, AR

Posted at 12:00am
My deepest sympathy Sara to you and your sons as well as the rest of the family. May God provide you with strength and comfort at this most difficult time. I will keep this family in my thoughts and prayers.
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