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William Craig Maloy
December 26, 1970 ~ July 30, 2022 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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William Craig Maloy of Middleburg FL passed away suddenly on Saturday
July 30, 2022.
“Craig” was born to Waylon and Louvenia Maloy on December 26, 1970. He
was one of two boys born to them that day. His twin brother, Christopher
preceded him in death.
Craig is survived by his wife Donna Grant Maloy, two brothers Jerome
Maloy (Todd) and Jeffrey Maloy (Mona Lisa), his fur babies Baby, Olivia and
Bam Bam Maloy, one niece, Ashley Maloy and three beautiful great nieces,
Rhaylen Allie, Kenzington Laine, Bristol Reese and many extended family
members and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his
honorable parents, John and Marynell Chambers, fur baby Toby Maloy,
Waylon Maloy, his beloved nephew, and his cousin/brother Terry
Chambers, whom he loved very much.
Craig was born in Clay County and was a lifetime member of the Clay Hill
Baptist Church. He was saved and baptized there in his pre-teen years. He
graduated from Middleburg High School in 1988. Craig started work with
Jeff in 1993 at Maloy Grading. He had an amazing work ethic and was
happy and proud to work beside his brother.
Craig spent many summers with his Uncle John and Aunt Marynell and their
son Terry in Alabama. While there he became a super Alabama fan. He
loved the time he spent with them and had lots of happy memories of his
times there. Craig was also an avid Jaguars fan. He was a proud season
ticket holder from the beginning and only missed one game in all those
Craig loved and honored his mother his entire life. Family was most
important to Craig. He loved his wife Donna with everything he had, and
their fur babies Baby, Olivia and Bam Bam brought him much joy.
Please come and help us celebrate Craig’s life at the Clay Hill Baptist Church
on Friday, August 5th.
Viewing will begin at 11 a.m. and the service will
begin at 12 Noon at Clay Hill Baptist Church