Concetta Maloney

Concetta Maloney (Palermo)

Monday, August 25th, 1930 - Thursday, August 13th, 2020
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MALONEY, Concetta 'Connie', passed away peacefully at her home on August 13, 2020, of Bradenton, FL, formerly of Mount Laurel NJ. Age 89. Beloved wife of Edward T. Maloney. Loving mother of Joseph Maloney, Edward Maloney III and his wife, Cynthia and Maryann Bodine and her husband, Kevin. Dearly loved grandmother of Michael (Kristine) Bodine, Kyle Bodine, Jessica (Brian) Baskin, Dominick Maloney, Brooke Maloney, Bryahna Alvarez, Bianca Alvarez, Annamarie Maloney and Joseph Maloney and dear great grandmother of Lacey and Charlotte Baskin and Lucas Bodine. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
Concetta graduated from Nazareth Academy in Philadelphia Class of 1950. Connie was a member of the Cinnaminson, NJ Bridge Club where she attained the rank of Silver Life Master. Connie and her husband Ed were married 64 years and lived in Moorestown NJ prior to living in Bradenton FL for the past 22 years.
Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing on Friday August 21 from 9-10am at the Bradley Funeral Home 601 Rt. 73 South Marlton. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 11am at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church 42 East Main Street Moorestown NJ. Entombment will take place at New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr NJ.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Connie's memory to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
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  • Visitation

    Friday, August 21st, 2020 | 9:00am - 10:00am
    Friday, August 21st, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am
    Bradley Funeral Home
    601 NJ-73 South
    Marlton, Evesham Twp., NJ 08053
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  • Service

    Friday, August 21st, 2020 | 11:00am
    Friday, August 21st, 2020 11:00am
    Our Lady of Good Counsel
    42 W. Main Street
    Moorestown, NJ 08057
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  • Interment

    New Saint Mary's Cemetery
    515 W. Browning Road
    Bellmawr, New Jersey 08031
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Posted at 03:51pm
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Rob, Denise & Kelly

Posted at 11:52am
So sorry we cannot be with you today. Please know Connie and all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. I'll be at Mass on Friday here in OK.
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Joe Maloney

Posted at 07:25pm
Mom, you have left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, although we cannot see you, you're always will be at our our hearts and will be at our sides. She showed us that hard work and never giving up pays off in the end. She shared all her love to us and treated all of us equally and always had our best interest at heart.

The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day, but the love and memory of you Mom, shall never pass away.
Your son Joey

Jessica Baskin Posted at 10:09am

My grandmother wasn’t like many other grandmothers. She was bold, brash even when she wanted to be, boisterous and often raspy. Vibrant, beautiful and headstrong. She told it like it was, straight out with it, or at least we’d always know her thoughts by her famous expressions. She was unapologetically herself. A lover and a fighter. I was told if anyone gave her younger brother, Angelo a hard time, they’d be sorry to answer to Concetta. One of my college breaks I stopped by her house to catch up, and she told me a story about how she once wore a strapless dress with a big butterfly pin on the Wildwood boardwalk. When one flirtatious guy asked how she kept her dress up, she loudly and wittily replied, “With willpower, baby!”, eyes gleaming and a smile so big as she told me laughing. I imagined her there with her girlfriends that night so many years ago. Red was her favorite color, and it’s so fitting: From the red gravy of her Sunday spaghetti to the maraschino cherries that topped her Christmas cookies, to the roses in her garden and the polish always on her nails, (even when it was up to Poppop to paint them)...Resilient, daring, cheeky, and very much present. She was a tenacious bridge champ, one of the best. Sometimes folks she played with would tell me this and I’d wish I had even the slightest idea how to play myself. She had patience for me as I tried to learn some of the things she was skilled at — cooking Italian homemades, crocheting…but, I’m afraid I’m not much of a homemaker. The furthest I’ve gotten is baking a handful of her Christmas cookies, and it’s no coincidence given my sweet tooth. One of my more tender memories of her was when she picked me up from the bus stop once when I was five or six. I was still pretty new to bus rides, and when I got into her car I started crying. For some reason that day I had chosen a fire alarm to bring in for show and tell. The thing had become possessed and wouldn’t stop going off on the bus. The driver must have been furious, scolding me for bringing something like that on the bus. I was mortified. But she shrugged it off and told me it wasn’t so bad, and no one would remember. — I remember feeling immediately better. Years later, I got to see the way she adoringly looked at and held my own children, and although she always loved me in the way that only a grandmother can, I still saw an even softer side of her I had not paid much attention to before. I’d watch as her and my daughters’ faces lit up in each other’s presence. Even when we weren’t near, there were plenty of kisses to be had over FaceTime while she’d pretend to eat the mushy food they offered to the screen. I feel so fortunate that they got to meet their great grandmother. I hope there’s a healthy dose of Concetta assertiveness in both of them too for good measure. I know I wish I had more. In recent years I felt like my grandmother had become a more subdued version of herself following her back surgeries. But seeing her with family always seemed to bring back that spark of the Nanny I knew. She was still there. I’ll miss sitting around her Florida kitchen table drinking coffee with her and my mom, the little side glances and smirks she’d give, like we were sharing a funny secret. I’ll miss hearing my uncles calling her “Dolly” and her belly laughs around the dinner table after someone said something crude and out of line. Likely it was her... I’ll even miss the way she’d sometimes roll her eyes at my grandfather. And I always loved seeing them dance together. Her happiness at their 50th wedding anniversary was infectious, and to this day are some of my favorite photos of her. I’m lucky to have had such a long time with Nanny. We will all miss her so very much, and we will carry our best memories of her with us forever. Colorful and lively as she was, she will never fade from our hearts.

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