Jim Malley


It is every educator's dream to have a true impact and Jim made that a reality. With his constant dedication to the special needs community, he affected not only his students, but everyone, in demonstrating the value that each individual can have upon this world.

From his sense of humor to his iconic handlebar mustache, Jim was unique and will be dearly missed by all those who were truly blessed to have known him.

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special olympics of montgomery county

Throughout the 1960s, Eunice Kennedy Shriver's commitment to changing the way the world treated mental retardation saw not only landmark legislation dealing with mental disabilities and disability rights, but was also instrumental in bringing mental retardation out of the darkness and into the light of public acceptance. The genesis of Special Olympics was a summer day camp that Sargent and Eunice Shriver started in the backyard of their Maryland home. In July 1968, the world witnessed the first International Special Olympics Games at Soldier Field in Chicago. In December of that year, the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation incorporated Special Olympics. Since then, Special Olympics has grown to become the largest program of its kind.

Special Olympics is founded on the belief that people with intellectual disabilities can, with proper instruction and encouragement, learn, enjoy and benefit from participation in individual and team sports, adapted as necessary to meet the needs of those with special intellectual and physical limitations. The Special Olympics philosophy believes that through sports training and competition, people with intellectual disabilities are benefited physically, mentally, socially and spiritually, families are strengthened, and the community at large, both through participation and observation, is united in understanding in an environment of equality, respect and acceptance.


Donations in Jim's memory will be given specifically to the Montgomery County Special Olympics.

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Keystone House Hospice

The Malley Family would like to thank the entire staff for the compassion and generosity they provided Jim while he was under their care. A memorial contribution to the Keystone House Hospice would be both a living tribute to Jim's memory and help other families receive the care they deserve when they need it most.

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