Leonard M. "Lenny" Malo Jr.

Leonard M. "Lenny" Malo Jr. passed away on December 9th at Rhode Island Hospital. His funeral will be held on Wednesday at 8:45am from The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Benedict's Church 135 Beach Avenue Warwick at 10:00am. Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 5:00-7:00pm.

** A more complete obituary will be posted once it has been submitted by the family.

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Veronica - 12/10/2012

Im so blessed to have known you. You brought joy wherever you were. I will miss your sillyness.

Lila - 12/11/2012

Lenny will be missed by many, such a kind and gentle man who left a smile on many a face. May he rest in peace and fly with the angels.

Johnston-Gilchrist-Goff VFW Post 183 - 12/11/2012

To the Malo family; our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

VA Voluntary Service - 12/11/2012

Lenny was a volunteer here at the VAMC for over 21 years. He will be greatly missed.

joey caruso - 12/11/2012

when we where =kids= every one waited for you to come around =to hear you silly laff = r. i .p hump/ty

PSC Joe - 12/11/2012

Everytime I spoke with Lenny, he always had a bright smile and something witty to say. He had an very outgoing personality which brought joy to those he came in contact with. I'm personally grateful to have walked with him down the same road for a while in our earthly journies. Lenny, you will be missed!

BILL APTT 12/11/12 - 12/11/2012

I MET LENNY SOME YEARS BACK AND RIGHT OFF ITOOK A LIKING TO LENNY.HE ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HIS FACE AND KIND WORDS FOR EVERYONE HE CAME IN CONTACT WITH. LENNY WILL BE MISSED BY MANY AND WILLLEAVE AN EMPTY PLACE IN THE HEARTS OF THOSE WHO KNEW AND LOVED HIM

Norman Gregoire - 12/12/2012

He made Harry Lisi's day at Apex! He was a funny guy that made us all laugh, when you normally wouldn't! He will be missed! Sorry for our loss.

Roger and Karen Lavoie - 12/12/2012

We are so sad to hear of Lenny's passing. He was definately one of the best people out there. Peace...

Woodrow Silvia Post 5392 and Ladies Auxiliary 5392 - 12/12/2012

What a loss for the Department of RI and all the veterans that Lenny has assisted in his many years of volunteeering. He will definately be missed...
Rest in peace, Comrade.

Gary Maddocks - 12/13/2012

Lenny will get his place in Heaven as he did on earth. He will be a soldier of the Lord. He will willingly volunteer to do the Lords work with dilligence and competency as he did for the benifit of all on earth. We will all truely miss him in the VFW.

Bob Hart - 12/13/2012

Lenny was a great guy, always with a smile on his face. He would stop in to the Campus Police office at RI College when he was delivering the early paper for coffee and leave still laughing at the jokes he told.He will be missed by all.

Karen Mclaughlin Wong - 12/13/2012

To the Malo family-So sorry for your loss. Remembering the old times in Norwood.

Ed Nelson from Brooksville, Florida - 12/13/2012

My thoughts and condolences go out to the Malo family from a long ago friend from Norwood.

Richard LaCroix and Rosemary Amaral - 12/13/2012

We will miss Lenny. He was a true veteran's veteran. His good deeds will never be forgotten.

Bill Malo - 01/12/2013

I not only lost a brother, but my best friend I am lost without him. See you in a little while. love



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