In Memory of Jack Maloney

JackMany of you know that my husband, Jack, who I as married to for nearly 36 years died last week.   I blessed to hold his hand these last few weeks as the cancer and infections consumed his body and as he transitioned back to spirit.  The courage and grace he has shown me and all those who have witnessed his journey is  source of inspiration that I know I will carry forward in his memory.

What I know is the rest of my life will be very different… What I know is that I will live with the courage Jack has shown me.  What I know is everything I was afraid to do before I am no longer afraid of because nothing can hurt as much as losing him.  And I know I will always grieve but that my pain will become what strengthens me.   I also know that nothing could ever prepare me for the loss of the love of my life.

I never expected to be living my life without Jack… even as the cancer continued to metastasize.  We both lived with hope.  And while in these last few weeks we lost hope that he could survive our faith that he would find peace and freedom grew.  We know that life is eternal and he now is in the presence of our families, friends and beloved pets who welcomed him home. And while he is not here with me in body he will remain within my soul and for me that is where I’ll find my peace.

2 thoughts on “In Memory of Jack Maloney

  1. Dearest Cheryl,
    Lisa Here, from The Inspirational Connection.
    I just wanted to share my Love with you. I was going through FB and saw the post a while ago & saw that Jack made his transition to spirit and my heart strings got tugged a bit. I know Jack is in the Non-Physical dimension, soaring beyond the unlimited of infinity. I so appreciate Jacks photography and dedication to doing the best he could to make a difference on this planet while he was among us. I also wanted to take this moment to Thank You, for all the assistance you gave me with The Inspirational Connection a few years back. If you need a soul to share with and be comforted or to laugh or for any reason at all, I’m always available just give me a call or a text. (516)996-1260.
    May Love, Light & Peace surround you, always.

  2. Hi Cheryl, I just heard of Jack’s passing and just wanted you to know how sorry I am. I still think of Jack frequently (since Sellen) and regret not keeping in touch. The last I knew you guys were in Texas. I’m living in Portland now so if you ever want to get together to say hi I would look forward to it.

    Gary Hart

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