Panamax Mourns Loss of Former Colleagues

Panamax is mourning the tragic deaths of former colleagues John and Susan Maloney. The Maloney family — John, Susan, and their children Aiden and Grace — lost their lives on the night of Saturday, November 28, in an automobile accident in Sonoma County. They are survived by John's eldest daughter, Molly. John started
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Panamax is mourning the tragic deaths of former colleagues John and Susan Maloney. The Maloney family — John, Susan, and their children Aiden and Grace — lost their lives on the night of Saturday, November 28, in an automobile accident in Sonoma County. They are survived by John's eldest daughter, Molly.

John started with Panamax in the late 1980s and quickly advanced to VP of sales and marketing. A natural leader, his enthusiasm and creativity were instrumental in building Panamax into an industry leader. Along with his partners, he sold his interest in the company in 2005 but remained in his position until 2006. He left Panamax to pursue a Master's degree in humanities and to focus on creative writing. In 2009, John acquired his Master's and completed a children's book based on bedtime stories that he told his children.

Susan started with Panamax in 1993 as human resources manager. With a quiet demeanor and exceptional sense of humor, Susan was a trusted confidant and advisor to the entire company for over 16 years. She recently left Panamax to spend more time with her children, pursue a career as a Pilates instructor, and give more attention to her volunteer activities. A volunteer for the Sonoma Community Center, Susan recently led the two most successful fundraising events in the organization's history.

John and Susan met at Panamax and were married for more than 10 years. They were caring friends, exceptional parents, invaluable co-workers, and humble people that always put others first. They loved the arts and were artists themselves. They were fun, playful people who loved camping, the outdoors, and doing things as a family — always as a family.

Services will be held today at 2:00 at the Sonoma Community Center with wake to follow at Murphy's Irish Pub.


TWO FUNDS HAVE BEEN CREATED TO HONOR THE JOHN AND SUSAN MALONEY FAMILY:
Donations can be made to:
Sonoma Community Center
276 E. Napa Street
Sonoma, CA 95476

OR

Maloney Memorial Fund
(for Molly Maloney, the only surviving child of John Maloney)
c/o The Exchange Bank
435 W. Napa Street
Sonoma, CA 95476
(707) 938-8358

Condolences and cards may be sent to the family via Panamax
1690 Corporate Circle
Petaluma, CA 94954
E-mail Lori Bailey
lorib@panamax.com

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