Ryan Malizia Obituary, Death – Ryan On Monday, May 23, 2005, Vincent Malizia, who had lived in Hartford, Connecticut for the majority of his 72 years and had reached the age of 72 when he died away, did so with his six children at his side. At the time of his passing, he was attended to by his loved ones on both sides. It is essential to emphasize the fact that he was Patricia (Cheever) Malizia’s husband before he passed away. Even Patricia (Cheever) Malizia has joined her mother in the afterlife.
He entered this world in the year 1932, on the 31st of July, in the city of Hartford, Connecticut, in the state of Connecticut. He distinguished himself as a brave fighter for his country during the Korean War, and as a result, he was awarded a medal in recognition of his service on the front lines of the conflict. He served in the 35th Infantry Regement and spent his time there working his way up through the ranks, eventually reaching the position of sergeant. During this time, he was a member of the regiment.
Ryan worked for the City of Hartford as a lead mason for the course of his professional life. This obligation consumed a substantial chunk of his time while he was actively employed. Before then, he was employed at J.B. Malizia and Sons, where he accomplished his job in the company of both his brother and his father. Prior to it, he had absolutely no experience working in such capacity.
He is survived by his wife Ann Burns, who currently resides in Wethersfield; his four sons, Rocco of Hartford, James and his wife, Jacklyn of Wethersfield, Edward and his wife, Liz Everett of Hebron, and Kevin of Hartford; his two daughters, Cathy Moree and her husband, John, who currently reside in Hartford; and Patty Ayers and her husband, Steve, who currently reside in Wethersfield; and his 18 grandchildren, including his great