Malvern had long and successful careers in offshore and the logging business. Visitation was held on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 from PM- PM at Myers Colonial Funeral Home, in De Ridder, LA.Paw Paw will be truly missed and forever treasured in our hearts. Galloway; his daughter, Barbara Galloway Rico and his brother, J. Funeral service will be held at AM, Wednesday, August 9, 2017, also at Myers Colonial Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be the grandsons: Joe Stark, James Stark, Lee Shuff, Paul Galloway, Derek Galloway, John Lewis, Cody Galloway, and Josh Lewis.
The bottom of the pit,” Zbikowski said, cloaked in a baggy white T-shirt and sweatpants that concealed his muscular frame, his words registering above a soundtrack of humming blenders and sleepy ballads. His knuckles sport permanent bruises that tell you where he’s been, stained with the memory of heavy bags and vulnerable chins.
Madison Square Garden main events and million dollar contracts are likely behind him; there’s no telling what’s ahead.
Zbikowski also played for the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears.
Zbikowski is currently a firefighter on the Chicago Fire Department.
Those left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 66 years, Betty Lee Galloway; daughters, Jenny Shuff of De Ridder, LA, Debbie Beard, Rosa Ramsey and husband Dale and son, Malvern Galloway and wife Renee, all of Merryville, LA; thirteen grandchildren; twenty-three great grandchildren; two nephews; one niece; and a host of extended family and friends. Honorary pallbearers are Jodi Galloway, Lacy Rico and Le Ann Beard.
Burial will follow at Hennigan Cemetery in Merryville, LA.Thomas Michael Zbikowski (born May 22, 1985) is a former American football safety. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the third round (86th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft.He earned All-American honors playing college football for the University of Notre Dame from 2003 to 2007.Bullets Won’t Stop Us Now.” Stichting De Konkurrel: Matrix #031/102 (1986). Executive Director Monica Hairston O’Connell attended the Sphinx Con: Empowering Ideas for Diversity in the Performing Arts conference sponsored by the Sphinx Organization this February in Detroit.The CBMR is a founding partner and Hairston O’Connell gave a presentation titled “Artists Make Archives Make Artists: Why We Must Move from Simple Support towards Deep Collaboration.” She presented a paper titled “The Center for Black Music Research and Archival Authority” as a part of the panel “Beyond and Beneath Disciplinarity: The Research Centerʼs Cultural Forms” at the annual Cultural Studies Association meeting this May in Chicago and spoke on the Tradition of Chicago Blues Women as a part of the Black Arts Chicago: Moves and Movements Inaugural Conference of the Black Arts Initiative this May at Northwestern University.Those left to cherish her memory are her son, Anthony Dylan Wisby and Jessica of De Ridder, LA; daughter, Tressa Wisby Nunez and Brady of Ragley, LA; sisters, Gloria Sue Weeks of Rosepine, LA, Linda Gail West and Roxy of Rosepine, LA, Cathy Springstun and Don of De Ridder, LA, Vicki Cooley and Dwayne of De Ridder, LA; sister-in-law, Martha Vander of Rosepine, LA; three grandchildren: Marilyn Wisby, Alyson Nunez, Baylee Nunez; close family friend, Pam Bailey; and a host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends. Galloway, 90, of Merryville, LA, passed from this life on August 6, 2017 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He loved the outdoors – camping, fishing, hunting, and he had a great green thumb when it came to gardening.