Audrey Moloney

Audrey Moloney

Monday, November 17th, 1941 Sunday, July 7th, 2019

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Obituary for Audrey P Moloney

Audrey Moloney, 77, of Egg Harbor Township and formerly of Linwood, passed away on July7,2019. Born on November 17, 1941 in Williamstown, NJ to the late Grace and Charles Zielke, she graduated from Williamstown High School and Beaver College, now Arcadia, majoring in education. Audrey worked as a Math Teacher for Linwood School District and as a reading Specialist for the Pleasantville School District. She also worked managing the medical office of her husband of 55 years, Vincent. Audrey always loved her dogs, especially attending training classes and walking her collies over the years, including Toby, on the bike path and at Forsythe Wildlife Refuge. She loved animals and gave generously to various animal charities. Audrey was an active member of both the Atlantic and Cape May Chapters of the American Association of University Women, and participated in many of their events including book clubs and volunteering at Children’s Theatre. Throughout her life she enjoyed many outings with her family and dear friends, gardening, playing piano, the Ocean City Beach, and singing in the choir at Central United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Vincent Moloney MD, daughters Susan Smith (Erich) and Laura Stubblefield (Jay), son Brian Moloney, brother Charles Zielke (Evelyn), grandson Kyle Smith, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation will be held from 10am to 12pm, at Adams-Perfect Funeral Homes, 1650 New Road, Northfield New Jersey followed by a graveside service at Friend’s Cemetery on July 12, 2019.

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  • Visitation

    Friday, July 12th, 2019 | 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Adams-Perfect Funeral Home
    1650 New Road
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    Friday, July 12th, 2019
    10:00am - 12:00pm
  • Service

    Friday, July 12th, 2019 | 12:30pm
    Friends Central Cemetery
    Shore Road
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    Friday, July 12th, 2019
  • Interment

    Friends Central Cemetery
    Shore Road
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Gene and Dolores Salerno

Dolores and I often share fond memories of Dr. and Mrs. Moloney. Trips to the doctor's aren't usually pleasant experiences but the both of you made them tolerable. Please accept our sincere condolences on Mrs. Moloney's passing.
Comment | Posted at 09:37pm via Condolence

Walter De Palma

We wish to extend our sincere condolences to you Vincent and your family on this sad occasion.
We will remember always Audrey and your family in our prayers.
Helle and Walt
Comment | Posted at 12:53pm via Condolence

robert moyer

I will always remember Audrey and our conversations over the years. I spoke to her recently when she called my mom, Claire Moyer, a few days before she passed on June 16th. She had called the house to see how my mom was doing at home during her hospice there. We chatted a bit. She was great with me. I told her how I first met her when I was a student at MRHS when I had an ear problem where her husband treated me at his home office practice in Linwood. She also filled me in on how her kids were doing. I asked her about how her daughter Sue who was on the swim team with me at MRHS. I could go on but its not the right time. I want to end this by saying moms play a special part in our lives. We would not be who we are today without them. I wish the Moloney family my sincere condolences from far away. I am sorry for you loss. Robert(Bob) Moyer
Salt Lake City, UT
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Sherri Caffrey

Dr. Maloney I’m so sad to hear of your wife’s passing. If you don’t remember me, my mom shared the hospital room with Audrey for about a week. You printed for me the ways to live longer that I will adhere to for the rest of my life. I will never forget our chats or your kindness. Prayers to you and your family.

Sherri Caffrey & Marian Hart
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Ray Orbach

Dr. Maloney Patti and I are saddened to read of your wife's passing. May God bless you with His Peace. Ray (your only tax protestor) and Patti Orbach
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