Anna Marie Malloy Loney

November 27, 1941 - October 22, 2022
D'Anjolell Memorial Home of Broomall
2811 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008
Saturday 11/19, 10:00 am - 10:45 am
D'Anjolell Memorial Home of Broomall
2811 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008
Saturday 11/19, 11:00 am

Anna Marie Malloy Loney was born in West Philadelphia on November 27, 1941. She passed away on October 22, 2022 at her daughter Anna Marie and son-in-law Michael’s home in Northern California. Anna Marie and her seven siblings were raised in St.Vincent’s and St. John’s Orphanages in Drexel Hill, PA. She attended Hallahan Girls HighContinue Reading

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Margit Mackley left a message on November 16, 2022:
My dear friend Annie. Rest In Peace . Until we meet again. Love you always.
AnneMarie Casey-Glatts left a message on November 9, 2022:
I loved my Aunt Re! She taught me life lessons only she could share! My cousins were the love of her life and her reason to care! Her love of Sid was evident to all who knew them. Family, friends and arguing politics… a life well lived. You are already missed…
Krissy left a message on November 9, 2022:
For all the support and encouragement you offered when I was sick from Crohn's. I love you Aunt Re! I hope your transition was peaceful and you were met by loved ones. Together with your parents and bothers and sisters that already crossed. XOXOXO
Krissy left a message on November 9, 2022:
Aunt Re and Uncle Sid were my Godparents. I spent many weekends at their house. If I slept over on a Friday, we had to be so quiet in the mornings. Saturday mornings, we feared the beast that was Aunt Re only if we woke her up with the slightest noise. You learned fast because hell would rain down on all us kids if she woke up! I was also schooled in politics very early and as an adult, looking back, I can appreciate how smart and funny Aunt Re really was. Aunt Re was also quick to tell you if she didn't like something but you always knew, no matter what that she loved you and would be in your corner to defend you. A staple in the Lovely Loney house was the kitchen table. We would always sit at that kitchen table. I loved hearing about all the funny stories she would tell from growing up and being the "Original" wedding crashers long before the movie ever came into existence. We laughed so much at that kitchen table. I'm really going to miss you Aunt Re and those days that turned into nights that turned into the wee early hours of morning! I can only imagine the celebration that must be happening as we speak somewhere out there or up there... may Aunt Re be in peace for the next journey!!❤
Danjolell Memorial Homes and Crematory left a message:
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