Trooper Kenneth A. Maloney

Trooper Kenneth A. Maloney

Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio

End of Watch Saturday, July 28, 1990

Kenneth A. Maloney

Trooper Kenneth Maloney was killed in an on duty two-vehicle crash in the morning hours of July 28, 1990. A member of the Georgetown Post, he was en route to investigate an accident and was on duty on State Route 68 in Brown County when his vehicle collided with a truck.

He is survived by his wife, son, daughter, and parents.

Bio

  • Age 27
  • Tour 5 years
  • Badge 649

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash

Most Recent Reflection

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Ken,
I don't know why I'm lying here trying to sleep but instead I find myself thinking of you. I still think of you often to this day. It's not the anniversary of your passing or any other special occasion thatbi know of, it's just an early Thursday February morning. It just goes to show what an incredible person you were. I was just a child when you passed but I still remember you as if you and I just talked yesterday. I can still see you sitting in the church pew behind my family and I in our little tiny church. It hasn't been the same since you've been gone there as your memory still is so very much alive within those walls. I still see you from the night I spent at your house after Edie had taken me to Kings Island and you walking out into the living room dressed in your uniform heading for your graveyard shift. It was the night before your accident. It still haunts me to this day. And although I was only a child you made such a huge impact on my life. And I will never forget you. I even followed in your footsteps. Well I tried but no one can ever possibly begin to fill your mighty shoes. You were a good man and Christian who definitely made a huge mark in this world touching every heart that was blessed to know you. I am truly thankful that I was one of them. Rest in peace Ken or shall I say rejoice in paradise, for I know you are in heaven with God, Jesus and all the angels patrolling those streets of gold and watching over all of us anticipating our reunion with you in Glory. You are truly missed and you always will be.

Lora Mingua Garman Police Officer (ret.)

February 22, 2018

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