Harold Francis Malin Jr
Aug 21, 1966Aug 06, 2018
Affinity Funeral Service
Mon, August 13, 2018
6 : 00 PM – 8 : 00 PM
Harold Francis Malin, Jr., 51, of 2809 Parkside Ave. in Lakeside where he lived with his girlfriend of 20 years, Tammy Dudley, passed away Monday, August 6th from metastatic melanoma. Harold was one of 8 children born to Harold and Jeanne Malin in Philadelphia, PA on August 21, 1966. He has one daughter, Ashley in PA. His sister Kathy, husband Kevin, nephews Christopher & Daniel, and brother Teddy reside here in Richmond. He also has a sister Lorraine Christ, husband Chad, and 4 nieces: Lauren, MacKenzie, Madison & Delaney in MD, a brother Billy in PA, and another brother Michael and 2 sisters, Elizabeth & Debbie. Harold was a plumber by trade who helped many who became friends. He enjoyed the Flyers, the Eagles, and NASCAR. Heaven will be graced with his smile. Donations can be made to Bon Secours Community Hospice House in lieu of flowers please. A visitation will be held at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Parkway, Richmond, VA 23294, on Monday, August 13 from 6-8PM.
im so sorry..god has taken someone special to soon….he must need another angel..miss you cousin..love you much
Rest in Paradise. You are in no more pain my friend.
Our sincere condolences from The Malin family in England.
Harold I miss you so much. This is so hard to deal with. Glad you are at peace now and we got to spend time together. Love you forever…your little sis
So very sorry for your loss. Will keep your family in our prayers.
My sincerest condolences on your loss. May you find comfort in this promise of God at Acts 24:15Â And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” Until then may your fond memories ease your grief.
Tammy, I met Harold years ago when he helped me with some plumbing. He was so likable and, yes, we became friends. I was saddened when he told me that he had cancer and that his prognosis was poor. Iâ€™m terribly saddened by his death. He had such a heart of gold and was always willing to help someone in need. He will be missed. My condolences to you and may God Bless you through this difficult time.
Tammy, I am so so sorry for your loss. I have only just now learned of his passing. Devastating. He said you called him “The Plumber for the People” and that was certainly true. When I would refer people to him, I would say “Harold is passionate about his plumbing”. He was truly one of the kindest, very best people I have ever known. I considered him my Philly brother from another mother. I hope he was feeling well enough to enjoy the Eagles win. Fly Harold Fly♥
Harold it’s been 2 yrs and I still miss you more than ever. My heart I’d still broken.
Everyday is a closer day to seeing you.
I love and miss you so much.