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Justin Malone

Justin Patrick Malone

Saturday, March 8th, 1980 - Tuesday, March 30th, 2021
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Obituary

Our beloved Justin Patrick Malone passed away on March 30, 2021. He was a loving son, brother and friend to all.

Justin was born in Doylestown on March 8, 1980 to Gloria Breen Hewitt and the late James Malone. He attended Pennridge High School, where he excelled in track and field and got his first taste of coding in creating PHS’s first website with his friend, Pete. He went on to receive his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Millersville University in 2003, where he also played volleyball.

Justin lived most of his life in Hilltown, our home, but loved to travel extensively around the world. From surfing in Costa Rica, to hiking Mt. Washington and the Stairway to Heaven in Hawaii, to taking the Polar Bear Plunge in Sea Isle City, he not only lived his life but he experienced it. He loved many things including sports, coding, Mexican food, video games, the Poconos with friends, investing in crypto, ping pong, and eating three times more than anyone else at the table.

Our “gentle giant” was a caring person who was deeply devoted to his family and friends. Kindness and selflessness were hallmarks of his life. He was our superhero.

Justin is survived by his mother, Gloria Breen Hewitt, his stepfather Gregory Hewitt, his three sisters, Tara Malone, Erin Malone and Shannon Malone, his brother-in-law, Scott Ostrow, his niece June Ostrow, his stepmother, Anna Buczkiewicz Malone, his stepbrothers Ian Hewitt and Greg Buczkiewicz and his stepsister Kasia Parker. He was preceded in death by his father, James Malone.

Justin's funeral services will held at 11:00 AM on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at the Shelly Funeral Home, 1460 Easton Rd., Warrington, PA 18976. Justin's family will receive friends on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, and again on Thursday, April 8, 2021 from 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Doylestown Cemetery.

If you are unable to attend Justin's service, the service will be live-streamed. To view the live-stream, please click on videos and photos. The live stream can be found under webcasting. Click "watch webcast" to view service.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Lymedisease.org in Justin’s memory.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Wednesday April 7, 2021 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    When
    Wednesday April 7, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Location
    Shelly Funeral Home, Warrington
    Address
    1460 Easton Road
    WARRINGTON, PA 18976
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  • Second Visitation

    Thursday April 8, 2021 | 10:00am - 11:00am
    When
    Thursday April 8, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am
    Location
    Shelly Funeral Home, Warrington
    Address
    1460 Easton Road
    WARRINGTON, PA 18976
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Thursday April 8, 2021 | 11:00am
    When
    Thursday April 8, 2021 11:00am
    Location
    Shelly Funeral Home, Warrington
    Address
    1460 Easton Road
    WARRINGTON, PA 18976
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  • Interment

    Location
    Doylestown Cemetery
    Address
    E. Court Street
    DOYLESTOWN, PA 18901
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Dave Wilson

Posted at 10:44pm
Over the past week I have woken up each morning thinking of Justin and trying to find a way to convey how important and amazing his friendship meant to me. I met Justin in 2009 when I joined IMS. I remember the first time meeting him and being astonished at how tall he is and man what a smile! Justin was super welcoming to the IMS group and I really enjoyed talking about video games with him over lunch. Playing volleyball with him in the IMS league at the Plymouth Community Center was always a good time especially when he was on your team! One time he came over to have dinner at my in-laws and he had to duck anywhere in the house to avoid bumping his head. It was so cool of him to just hang out and converse with my in-laws like he’d known them his whole life. Simply any time getting to hang out with him was a guaranteed fun time. I will truly miss you Justin but will never be able to forget you. Love ya Queezy!
J

Jasmine

Posted at 03:55pm
I first met Justin in 2014 when I joined CRF Health. He and I were partnered on my first project; it was a doozy, but Justin was an awesome partner. He was not only incredibly knowledgeable and hard working, but easy to get along with. He was always willing to lend a hand, offer  guidance, and be a sounding board even after our project together was over. I remember he always had a tea-stained cup on his desk ('Is it tea you're looking for' Lionel Richie) and I'll always associate that song with him and his mug. 

We crossed paths outside of work too - at intarmural volleyball (he was an incredibly skilled player, and I was on the receiving end of several of his powerful spikes - ouch!), and once when he was trying to teach a few of us to snowboard.  

He was a good man, and will be missed.  
AR

Anthony Rediger

Posted at 10:00am
Reading all the personal stories is amazing. I knew he had a lot of friends but he seemed to make time to connect one-on-one with so many of us.
It was always easy to connect/reconnect with him. After I left IMS in 2011, we stayed close and golfed frequently in the summer of 2012. We made it our at least once a week for over a year and both really enjoyed the time. Neither of us were very good but, when not shanking the ball into the road, he could really smash the ball. We would usually go after work on weekdays as you could play for a hugely discounted rate and not worry about hitting anyone with our stray shots. It was always a good time to compete, talk about fantasy sports, some politics and almost always included him pulling me out of the woods as I was searching for abandoned golf balls. I think we must have found 500 balls that summer. We would usually stop only when it became too dark to play and we’d grab some food at the clubhouse.
 More recently, when we would meet for lunch, we would often reminisce about that summer and wishing we could play more again.
BH

Brent Heimer

Posted at 02:14pm
I'd always look forward to adventures with Justin. With him, just hanging out on the couch could turn into an adventure. On bigger trips I'd meet him in a parking lot by hunting down his car, which always had the easy to spot "Half-Life" sticker (a video game he loved). He was such a video game fan, amazing athlete, and caring friend. He excelled at everything he put his passion into. More importantly he made everyone feel special just by being around him.

He had this wonderful combination of honesty and innocence. We went to a 5k mud-run once and he finished in a really good time. As we walked past an obstacle on the way out, he realized he never completed that obstacle, somehow running off-course around it. Immediately he insisted on going back to the main tent to get his time adjusted. I convinced him it was fine since it didn't change any awards, but he demanded he run the obstacle and have that time added so he could at least be honest when he shared his time to friends and family.

I met Justin in 2008 and I'll never be able to forget him.
KK

Katrina Krulla

Posted at 09:16am
Lately I have been waking up at 2 or 3AM unable to fall back asleep and thinking about Justin, the Malones and our adventures on Tiffany Drive. We had so much fun growing up and I remember how much we looked forward to playing with the Malones and how disappointed we were when we didn't hang out. I remember how much Justin, Tara, Erin and Shannon liked to also hang out together and how much they enjoyed each other's company. Sometimes, my sister would call Tara and Erin to come over and play and they would confess that Justin was directing a family movie and they would prefer to do that instead of swimming in our pool!?!

For those of you that haven't seen the family movies, they were epic. There were scripts and costumes and rehearsals and Justin was quite good behind the camera. On these days that the Malones opted to stay home and not come over to play, my sister and I thought it was the craziest and strangest thing we had ever heard. The concept of siblings preferring to play together was (unfortunately) foreign to us.

Years later as an adult, my Mom and I shared a Holiday meal with the Malones. I don't recall what holiday it was... perhaps something over Christmas or maybe Thanksgiving. During the meal the Malones were talking about how they all move back in to Gloria's over the time between Christmas and New Years and just play games and hang out together. Again, this seemed a bit crazy to me for a bunch of 20 and maybe even young 30 year olds to move in for a week or two when they all only lived an hour away. They were all so very close and truly loved each other's company. Gloria, Tara, Erin, Shannon I am so sorry that you lost Justin he was truly such and amazing brother and I know how close you guys have always been.

PS - It meant so much to us that you guys pulled those family movies together that my sister was in for her wedding. We had so much fun watching them.
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