Malcolm Jay Eady

Jan 15, 1934 - Jul 2, 2013


 Malcolm Jay Eady, 79, passed away July 2, 2013 in Elk Grove, California.

Malcolm “Mal” Eady was born 1934 in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. In 1956, he entered the United States Air Force.  In 1958 he met and married his wife Mary.  Mal served most of his United States Air Force career as a navigator.  During his time in the military, he earned his private pilot license which was a source of tremendous pride.  He was also exposed to his most enduring love, water sports.  Mal retired from the military after serving 21 years.  Among his numerous accolades were the Bronze Star, the Distinguished Flying Cross, and the Air Medal.

After retirement, Mal enjoyed a successful second career as a mortgage broker. He also nurtured his passion for boating.  If he wasn’t on his boat, you could find him at home watching the 49ers or his beloved Sacramento Kings.  Mal was a kind and loving man who always had an extended hand, a smile on his face, a beer for his visitors and a story tell.  Our memories of him are full of love and laughter.

Malcolm was preceded in death by his parents Linwood and Verda Eady and his sister Violet Walker.  Malcolm is survived by his wife Mary; daughter Michelle Murry San Antonio, TX; daughter Monica Eady, Sacramento CA; granddaughter Christine Murry, San Antonio, TX, grandson Curtis Murry Jr, San Antonio, TX; sister Dorothy Barrett, Ellwood City, PA, sister Laura Dunlop, Saddle River, NJ; “adopted” son Jesse Dixon, Vacaville, CA and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of family and friends.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation to either of the charities listed below.


  • Rodney & Michelle Hylton says:

    Dear Mary and Family – We are deeply sorry for your loss. Malcolm was an exceptional person and personality…we love him and we love you. We will keep you in our prayers that our Heavenly Father will give you strength and grant you His peace. Love, Rodney & Michelle Hylton

  • Ms. Toni Youngblood says:

    I grew up loving the Eadys. The memories I have of time spent with you guys is golden. The love and laughter our families have shared over the years are immensely dear to me and will never be forgotten. I love you guys and I wish you nothing but peace and comfort during this period. I know Malcom is hooting and hollering with my Mom and Dad right now, having a grand ole time! Monica, Mary, love you always.

  • Bill and Gloria Lowe says:

    Dear Mary & Family: We were saddened to hear of Mal’s passing. For each hour of loneliness, we wish you a day of comfort; for each minute of grief, a year of peace; and for every tear a thousand reasons to smile.

  • Terri Kinsley says:

    I have nothing but the fondest memories of growing up in Fairfield with you and your family. The barbecues in the backyard, the parents all getting down to Marvin Gaye or the Stylistics, we kids staying out til the street lights came on and Malcolm trying to teach me how to waterski. Such good times were had with the Eady’s and the Youngblood’s. i miss those days terribly. You were and are still family and we love you very much. We are so sorry for the loss of your wonderful father. Please take care. Our hearts are with you. Love, Brian and Terri (Youngblood) Kinsley and Toni Youngblood

  • Suzette & Kenneth Loggins says:

    Words alone cannot express our sympathy on the death of your beloved father. The reality is that he will be sorely missed by all who loved and knew him. Hopefully the sympathy you have received since his parting has been of some consolation and it will serve as a reminder to you of how well-loved and liked he was. I hope that you and your family will find peace and comfort. May God bless you and your wonderful family. Yours in Faith, Kenneth and Suzette

  • Donald Mims says:

    I will miss my “Boating Buddy”. Always in my thoughts. Love you Dearly. Donald.

  • Jackie Haywood says:

    Those we love don’t go away, They walk beside us everyday, unseen, unheard but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. He will be missed dearly. Love Cousin Jackie and kids

  • Angela says:

    I will miss you Malcolm. Your personality and love shone through. You reminded me of dad and knowing you were out there warmed my heart. I will never forget the time I was asleep while you were playing a game with the family and you carried me upstairs and I woke up while you on the stairs and I ran back down and you said next I am going back up on my own. I love you Malcolm for all you did for us.

  • Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel Scott says:

    Our deepest sympathy to The Eady Family and friends. May your grief be lessened by your loving and fond memories of “Mel”. Mary Please feel free that you can always call on Pat and I. Love Pat and Scotty

  • Catherine Dudley says:

    Gary, Lena and I send our love and our prayers for you and your family to walk with strength and resilience. Your father, grandfather, husband will always be with you.

  • ann dukes says:

    Mary My love and prayers to you and your family. Love Ann Dukes Hayward Ca

  • Pamela Eady Hill says:

    Mary, Mickey, Monica, sisters and grandchildren, Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Augustine Patton says:

    Sorry for your lost. My condolences to Mary & Family.



  • Richard & Lenora Clark says:

    Mary & Family our thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time.

  • James & Eddie Jo Mack says:

    As current members of his old club, Ebony Boat Club, we pray God’s peace and comfort to the family and friends of Malcolm. We did not know him personally but we have heard good stories about him, and his memory will remain in the archives. God bless and keep you.

  • delores freeman(bootsie)&clara square says:

    sorry for your loss our condolences to you and family.

  • Bryant Griffith says:

    Mr. Eady, Mrs. Eady and Monica have always been more than friends. It is like one of my uncles has passed away. Generosity and hospitality mixed with a great sense of humor seemed to be Mr. Eady’s way. I prayerfully hope the family is able to absorb whatever peace and comfort Gods has to offer during this time. Much good memories and love, Bryant

  • Perry Kirklin says:

    Mal (it was Mac back then) was my Ellwood City home boy. We shared a lot of teen “adventures” but regardless of the outcomes, we always had each other’s back. As adults we went different ways and were miles apart but we remained good buddies. Even after we both retired, when we got together it was never too late to enjoy a happy childhood. We loved each other and each other’s families. To Mary, Michele and Monica, I love you and deeply mourn with you.

  • Karen Strand-Arteaga says:

    Please accept my condolences.

  • Margo Griffith-Corley says:

    I will never forget the day you taught me how to water ski. Your patience made it possible for me to step out of my comfort zone. You made me feel like I was one of yours daughters.

  • Carl & Beverly Griffith says:

    The entire Griffith family can say, Malcolm always exhibited the true meaning of friendship. He was more than a friend; he was like a family member. He was selfless and generous on all levels. Always welcoming and greeting his friends with a smile. He will be deeply missed.

  • Bill and Elaine Rand says:

    Known and enjoyed Mal and Mary’s company for over 40 years. Our deepest sympathy for your loss.

  • Dr & Ms Marlin S Griffith says:

    Malcolm has been a true friend for many years during and after our military service. A true friend to me and my family. He was full of life all the time and always applied that little extra encouragement to be sure you came along. He will be immensely missed.

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