Joe Henry Mallory

“To everything there is a season, and time to every purpose under the heaven; a time to be born and a time to die.”
Ecclesiastes 3:1-2

Mr. Joe H. Mallorywas born December 9, 1932 in Childersburg, Alabama to the late Lewis and Rosanna Mallory.
Joe confessed his life to Christ at a very early age atTallassahatchie Missionary Baptist Church, Childersburg, Alabama in the Kymulga Community under the leadership of Reverend J.A. Alexander. He attended Childersburg Public Schools and he joined the United States Army on November 14, 1950 where he served in the Korea War. He was Honorably Discharge as a 100% Disable Veteran from the United States Army on October 30, 1953. Joe came to Jackson, MS in 1960 where lived for 25 years. Joe enjoyed his favorite hobbies of fishing and hunting.
He met and married Mary Thomas on December 13, 1997 in Childersburg, AL. He moved to Pensacola, FL., were they lived for 11 years; in 2008 they relocated to Columbus, OH.
Joe departed this life peacefully at home on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, Columbus, OH.
Joe leaves to cherish his memories: his loving and caring wife of 16 years, Mary Thomas-Mallory; daughters: Connie Mallory-Armstrong(Andre), Benita Kidd-Murphy(Richard), Shannon Anderson of Jackson, MS, Ruby Kay Mooreof GA; Gloria Jean; sons: Anthony Mallory, Andre Mallory(Patricia), Patrick Mallory(Sandra) of Jackson, MS, Eric Mallory of New Orleans,LA; Marcus Holt of Concord, GA.
Grandchildren: Patrick Kidd, Jarren Mallory, Jakiera Mallory, Zachary Turner,, Ciera Robinson, Jennie Mallory, Patrick Mallory Jr., Dorian Forest, Khree Gerdis and other grandchildren, 10 great-grandchild.
Stepmother Mary “Jo” Mallory; sisters:Minnie Bell Coleman of Childersburg, AL; Cora (Larry) Leonard of Sylacauga, AL; Barbara “Tina” (James) Harvey of Childersburg, AL; brothers: George Mallory and James Mallory of Jackson, MS;
One stepdaughter, Helenthia Denise Thierry(Clinton), Five sisters-in-laws: Ruthie (Stanford) Carter, Rebecca Gayden (David), LouellaDavid (Clifon), Loicy Scott of Dequincy, Louisiana,Alice Brown(Curtis) Elkhart, Indiana; One brother-in-law, Mose Thomas Jr., Dequincy, LA;
Proceeded him in death his father and mother Lewis Mallory and Rosanna Jenkins Mallory; sisters: Elizabeth Jenkins Hardister, Lillie Mae Mallory, Louise Pauline Stovall, Magnolia Nichols, Annie Lee Jones, Jamie Wilson, Mary “Cat” Mallory Martin, Joyce Mallory; brothers: John Albert Mallory, Willie Mallory, Robert Mallory, John Mallory.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Mrs. Mary Mallory :

    to the Marlan Gary Funeral Home, Chapel of Peace

    On behalf of Mrs. Mary Mallory, wife of Mr. Joe Henry Mallory, we thank God for compassionate and expert services provided by the Marlan Gary Funeral Home, Chapel of Peace when Mr. Mallory unexpected passed away at home. Mrs. Mallory called her church and spoke with Pastor Kevin Thomas who recommended Marlan Gary.

    Mrs. Mallory and her husband arose early on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. As Mrs. Mallory prepared to leave for work, she made sure her husband was situated beforehand. At lunchtime she felt led to purchase some lunch food and return home to check on and feed her husband. When she arrived, Mr. Mallory had already departed this life. She was obviously shocked and upset, but quickly composed herself to begin planning for the homegoing for her husband. She called Pastor Thomas who recommended and called Mr. Marlan Gary who immediately alerted his team. Mr. Gary’s team promptly spoke with the proper authorities and arrived at the Mallory's home to minister to Mrs. Mallory and to care for Mr. Mallory's body.

    Mrs. Mallory was extremely pleased with the professionalism provided by Marlan Gary and the Chapel of Peace. She asked her pastor to relay her satisfaction to the funeral home. She was pleased with their respectful demeanor, prompt responses, how well they dressed the body, and the expert way in which they prepared the body to be shipped down south for the homegoing celebration. The Chapel of Peace not only served the Mallory’s during their time of need, but ministered in such a way that Mrs. Mallory did not have to concern herself with unnecessary details. Their Christian competence allowed her to pay attention to other important details and to take time to catch her breath as she entered the grieving and healing process. Thank you, Chapel of Peace! Your name is befitting.

    “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the PEACE of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:6–7 NKJV)

    Respectfully Submitted by,
    Pastor Kevin M Thomas on behalf of Mrs. Mary Mallory
    The Truth Church, Columbus

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