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As a member of the Genesee Valley Region, I would like to convey to everyone here on the forum that the members of the GVACS Region regrets to inform you on the passing of longtime GVACS member, Judy Malley.

Judy passed away after last night after a three year battle with cancer. Judy and her husband Bob were married for 51 years, and during that time owned and operated Do-Nuts Delite and the Highland Park Diner. Both of these businesses were longtime staples of the Rochester community for many, many years.

Judy and Bob were also longtime members of the Early Ford V8 club of America and they owned a fairly large collection of flathead Ford V8's, as well as a 1949 Flxible bus that was involved with a joke involving the 2010 AACA National President and his wife at our recent meet in Canandaigua.

As more information surfaces I will be back to post more. In the meantime, keep Bob Malley in your thoughts and prayers.

Between Janet Rickets and now Judy Malley, two very class acts of AACA are gone....

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Here is the Obit showing Judy's funeral arrangements.

<!-- Judith Irene (Waddell) Malley --><!-- FH = John M. Hedges Funeral Home -->Beloved wife, mother and grandmother passed away surrounded by her loving family on Monday, August 23rd. Judy is survived by her husband, Robert; children, Marilyn (Pete) Buckley, James (Jennifer), Michael (Holly), Patricia (Scott Reinhart) Malley and Catherine (Scott) Malley-Dohring; grandchildren, Bertholt, Harrison, Michael, Madeleine, Jack, Ryan, Aubrey, Caroline and Sean; sister, Patricia Waddell; sister-in-law, Sr. Augustine Malley RSM; brother-in-law, William Malley SJ. Judy and her husband Robert shared a devoted 51 years of marriage encompassing their love of travel, businesses including the Highland Park Diner and Donuts Delite and their passion for restoring vintage automobiles and most importantly their time with friends and family. Her grace and beauty will forever be remembered as we lovingly put her to rest on her 75th birthday. Judy was a member of the Genesee Valley Antique Car Society and the Early Ford V-8 Foundation.

Friends may call Sunday 3-7 PM at the JOHN M. HEDGES FUNERAL HOME, 1717 Portland Avenue (at the corner of Portland Avenue & Ridge Road East). Her Funeral Mass will be Monday at 10:30 AM at St. Mary's Church (Downtown). Entombment, White Haven Memorial Park. Memorials can be made to the Advent House, 1010 Moseley Road, Fairport, NY 14450 or the Eastern Service Worker's Association. To send an on-line condolence or light a candle, please visit: www.johnmhedgesfuneralhome.com

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