Robert P. O’Malley of Lowell

 

Robert P. O’Malley, 77, of Lowell died surrounded by his loving family on Friday, April 27, 2018 at the Lowell General Hospital.

He was married to Maureen (Heafy) O’Malley with whom he would have celebrated their fifty-third wedding anniversary on October 2, 2018.

Born in Lowell, he was the son of the late Richard and Loretta O’Malley.

Robert retired in 1998 from the Massachusetts Electric Company, where he worked as a lineman.

Robert was a member of the Lowell Elks Lodge 87 and the Mt. Pleasant Golf Club. He was a proud lifelong resident of Lowell.

Robert was an avid sports fan and enjoyed golfing. His greatest joy was spending time with his grandchildren.

Besides his wife he is survived by his son, Scott O’Malley of Lowell; daughter, Kellie and her husband, Peter Amari of Townsend and grandchildren, Kaitlyn O’Malley, Michael Amari and Shawn Amari.

There are no visiting hours. Funeral Mass Wed. at 11A.M. at St. Rita Church in Lowell. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, MA 978-251-4041.

 

 

Funeral

May 2, 2018
11AM
St. Rita Catholic Church 158 Mammoth Rd, Lowell, MA 01854
  1. Julie Anderson says:

    Maureen,
    I am very sorry about your husbands passing. He is in good company now with all the Heafy’s . I am thinking and praying for you and your family
    Cousin Julie Heafy .. Rob and Mary’s daughter

  2. Beth Heafy Willett says:

    Dear Maureen, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I am sure you will miss him greatly. I remember many a St Patrick’s day we all shared with good company, good music, and great corned beef. I do miss you Maureen, and hope to be in touch soon. Myself and some of our cousin’s are on facebook. you may hear from some of them later today. Remember God and the Angels are watching over you during this difficult time. Also watching is your best pal “Uncle James”. Love Beth Heafy

  3. George Sheeley says:

    My deepest condolence to you and your family during this difficult time. My Dad asked me to send you this note for him as he was not well enough to attend the Mass.

  4. Archie Bugler says:

    To Maureen and the entire O’Malley Family, I offer my condolences for the loss of a great husband, father and grandfather. We had a lot of laughs and fun at the East End Club and the Lowell Elks. Bob will be remembered in my prayers.

  5. Tom Grondine says:

    My condolences to Maureen and the O’malley family. I’m sad that i missed the opportunity to see Bob again. I can only say thank you Bob for being part of my life,way back when.

  6. Leo F Doyle says:

    So Very Sorry For Your Loss.Had Shared A Lot Of Laughs With Him Over The Years He Will Be Sadly Missed….

  7. Paul & Sheila O’Brien says:

    Dear Maureen, We are so very sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed Bob’s and your company. Times always filled with Irish wit.,friendship and laughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May fond memories replace your sadness in the days to come.

  8. Noreen MacDonald says:

    Maureen,
    So sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  9. Cheryl O'Brien says:

    Dear Maureen (Ma) and family,

    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Bob (Pa)I always enjoyed talking with the both of you at the Elks. Now Steve has another golf partner!!!
    Again, I am truly sorry,
    Cheryl O’Brien

  10. Newt Akashian says:

    My sincere sympathy to the O’Malley family on your loss. May the many great memories help you through this difficult time!

  11. Diane Palmer says:

    With my deepest condolences to your family. God bless and may he Rest In Peace. He was very loved my heart goes out to you all.

  12. Tracy Desjardins says:

    Scott,Kaitlyn&Family,
    You have my deepest sympathy on your loss.Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  13. Marlena Lowe says:

    My condolences go out to your and your family during this difficult time.

  14. Kaitlyn says:

    Thank you ❤️

  15. Kaitlyn O’Malley says:

    Pa

    As I sit here an think of what to say I don’t even know where to begin. First an for most Pa I’m so thankful I’ve been lucky enough to call you my grandfather for the last 25 years of my life. Unfortunately your the first loved one close to me that I have to say goodbye to but I promise to cherish all of the memories we have had together through the years! There won’t be a day that goes by that I don’t think of you an wish I still had you here. You were such a down to earth, kind hearted, an genuine person Pa. I wouldn’t trade you for anyone else to call my grandfather. Through good an bad ups and downs I knew you were always a phone call away or a shoulder to cry on. You lived your life to the fullest, enjoyed every second, minute of it an I know you went with no regrets! I promise to watch over Nana for you an take care of her as best as I can. I couldn’t begin to thank you for everything you both have done for me, there’s no words to explain how thankful an grateful I am for the both of you! I will live each day as if you are still here with us. Your comfortable an at peace now, just promise to watch over us. Just know life doesn’t last forever Pa but love certainly does. I will miss you more than you know but our memories are worth a life time! I love you today, tomorrow, always an forever.

  16. John & Rose McGarry says:

    Your lively presence will be missed. Who will take my butternut squash now? Our prayers and thoughts are with you & your family

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