James E. Malles, 70, passed away October, 29, 2017 at Hospice Community Care, Mt. Joy.
He was the husband of Linda Keener and the son of the late Wilson and Edna DeVerter Malles.
Jim retired from McNeil Consumer Healthcare as well as the U.S. Airforce. He was an active member of Highland Presbyterian Church.
Surviving besides his wife is his son, Matt (Carrie) Malles and their children, Bradley and Cassie, and his daughter Heather (Kraig) Kambic. He is also survived by his stepchildren, Jim (Monica) Keener, Bradley Keener and his daughter Kennedi, and Stacey Keener.
A Memorial Service will be held at Highland Presbyterian Church, 500 Roseville Rd. Lancaster, PA, on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 at 12:00 PM. A visitation will be held at 11:00 AM until the time of the service.
In lieu of flowers please send donations in Jim’s name to Power Packs, 1006 New Holland Ave., Lancaster.
To Jim’s family; I had the pleasure of working with Jim when he was a Rover for the Registration and Election Board. He was so pleasant and professional with everyone who met him. My deepest sympathies to you.
To Linda and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. I worked with Jim and Linda for many years. Jim was a terrific guy who always brought a great sense of humor to even the most challenging of situations. He will be sorely missed as he has been at McNeil since he retired. You have my sincerest condolences.
Dear Linda ad Family,
I was hoping I could be there on Friday to convey my sympathy in person and to pay tribute to a man God gave us all as a gift. He surely will be missed. Unfortunately, I have to work and couldn’t get the time off. I will be there in spirit as you celebrate the life Jim lived. I know Jim and Linda thru their volunteer work at Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County. Jim volunteered his time and truck to help me physically move families out of the shelter into their housing. I could always count on him. He treated our clients with respect and dignity It was during these moves that I really got to know Jim as a person. He was a very caring generous man. Jim shared stories about his time in the Air Force and often talked about how Linda and he spent time helping others in a variety of capacities. This world and Lancaster County specifically is a better place because of Jim. I feel blessed to have been part of his journey.
With sincere condolences for your loss,
To Linda and family,
Jim will be deeply missed by all who were honored to know him. He was a kind and caring individual. He made me still believe that there are still a few “good” men out there. RIP Jim.
Deb B., DVS
Thoughts and prayers with the family of Jim. Worked with Jim and Linda for years and always cherished those times with Jim because of his wit and humor and mostly his ability of bringing levity to everyday challenges of life. Kind, caring man and will be missed.