Paul A. O’Malley

Paul A. O’Malley

June 13, 1937 - June 01, 2015

Paul A. O’Malley

June 13, 1937 - June 01, 2015


Paul A. O’Malley lives in , passed away at the age of 77.
Born on June 13, 1937 and passed away on June 01, 2015.

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15 responses to Paul A. O’Malley

  1. Eileen and Kathleen;
    I just received the news about your Dad. I served with him briefly in the 3rd Herd and some how we were separated when our unit moved up to Khe Sahn. My memories of him were of course the big mustache and his confidence. He would have been a great poster for recruiting! I know how proud you are of him,as well that we were all proud to have served with him! My condolences to you both and the family. God bless you in these days to come. We are all with you in our thoughts and prayers.

    Rick VanderMeer
    1/26 3rd Herd
    Semper Fi

  2. When I fist got to division from Sea School I was commissioned to get PA ,s group to go from brown leather(covers and shoes) to black and from that time on I was the “boot” old Corps v.New Corps. it was a scream. pa told sme great “war stories” but I could tell he was both happy and sad at the same time.We smoked some great cigars together wnd fine Irish whiskey. You will be missed,Semper Fi.old friend. Steve Matonis

  3. Rock says:

    Sent a gift in memory of Paul A. O’Malley

  4. Eileen & Kathleen,

    We wanted to tell how how much We respected and loved your Dad. He was a one of a kind. He shared so many of his wonderful stories with us over the years. My two daughters were lucky enough to interview him when they were in high school for their history class. He made a great impact in their lives as well. It was a honor to know your Dad. They don’t make men like your Dad anymore. We would always be so happy when he would come in the office. We know how much he missed your Mom and now they are together. We want to give you our thoughts and prayers. We look forward to the day when we will all be in heaven and see each other again.

    God bless and keep you always,

    Mark and Donna Kenworthy

  5. Served with Sgt Major O’Malley. Mwss 372 mwsg 37. A final oorah and Semper Fi. “Old Corps “

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