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Our association is doing good things and helping out many with special needs and scholarships.
We aren't doing as much as we would like to do and not as much as one would expect, especially if you or someone you are close to are in need of financial help.
We are limited by the funds we have available, so what we can do is modest compared to the needs.

Here is what we were able to accomplish this year with less than 300 paid members:
1. Helped 15 families in crisis situations, providing medical help, housing, utilities, clothing, etc. You provided nearly $11K in crisis support to families.
2. Helped 9 alumni families send their children to college, providing $6K in scholarship assistance.
3. Helped scores of new alumni with transportation, providing $4K for vehicle maintenance and fuel for the Alumni Support Center.
4. Provided $500 to the residents of the Alumni Support Center to help with Christmas presents for their families.
5. Provided $500 to the homes at BR as awards for the Christmas Contest winners.

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Oral "Johnny " MALOY

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Oral "Johnny " MALOY

Postby Lan Bostwick 1958-61 » Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:42 am

The passing of JOHNNY
Johnny Maloy

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Services will be at 3 p.m. today in Boys Ranch Chapel in Boys Ranch with Ginger Evans, chaplain, officiating. Burial will be in Boys Ranch Cemetery by Schooler-Gordon Funeral Directors of Amarillo, 5400 S. Bell St.

Mr. Maloy was born May 29, 1961, in Amarillo, to James Presley and Geneva Chalk Maloy. He attended school at Boys Ranch. During his time at Boys Ranch, he was an A-/B student.

He maintained the petting zoo and loved to play basketball. He was known as a prankster to his family and friends. He was a spiritual man and loved his family; his family was always first.

Survivors include his wife, Sissy Clayton of Lubbock; two daughters, Kasey Michelle Wheat of Austin and Sarah Ann Maloy of Kingman, Ariz.; a stepdaughter, Brandy Cotton of Lubbock; two stepsons, Brandon Cotton and Cameron Cotton, both of Lubbock; a sister, Kathryn Sue Maloy of Amarillo; two brothers, James Maloy and Joe Maloy, both of Amarillo; a half-sister, Linda Page of Modesto, Calif.; a half-brother, Jack Crawford of Amarillo; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Amarillo Globe-News, Feb. 12, 2003
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Re: Oral "Johnny " MALOY

Postby Tiny » Fri Apr 08, 2011 10:04 am

Yes he was in Veigel when I arrived in Feb 79. He was kind of out of sight out of mind a lot of the time as i recall, but then again I was 12 years old and my view and life at BR was so different.

Thank you Lanny.
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Re: Oral "Johnny " MALOY

Postby vsmith » Fri Aug 26, 2011 12:42 pm

And another bit of sad news.
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