Condolences for Adrianne C. Malik

Erica Wellman posted on 9/28/17

Prayers to the family, she was a very sweet lady. Erica RN Dr Das office

 

Sherrie Mueller posted on 9/27/17

My sympathy to the Malik family. I'm a neighbor of Adrianne's daughter Leslie and only had the honor of meeting her a few times, but she was always smiling and so friendly! She will certainly be missed by everyone who knew her!

 

John and Gloria Saunders posted on 9/26/17

Jack and Family So sorry for the loss of your wife and Mother. You will be in Gloria and I's thoughts and prayers

 

John and Gloria Saunders posted on 9/26/17

Jack and Family So sorry for the loss of your wife and Mother. You will be in Gloria and I 's thoughts and prayers

 

Johnny and Gloria Saunders posted on 9/26/17

Jack and Family So sorry for your loss of your wife and mother. I have not seen Adrianne for years but have many memories from the young years of the Malik family. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Harold Sargus posted on 9/26/17

The Malik family is in my thoughts and prayers. I have wonderful childhood memories in which Adrianne played a big part. Rest in peace.

 

Mary Stewart Graham posted on 9/26/17

Dear Judge Malik and Family, Adrianne was such a good person. I enjoyed her friendship and will miss her. May you all have go's peace.

 

Susan Badia West posted on 9/26/17

My deepest condolences to the family. Remembering you all in thoughts and prayers. Please convey to Jack how very sorry I am.

 

Charlotte Brokaw Thomas posted on 9/26/17

Adrianne was a dear young girl and a fine lady. Though a year ahead of me, we girls looked up to her because of her cheerful demeanor and fun ways. My mother had told me if the loss she endured if her father in the Willow Grove Mine Disaster, and so there had to be heartache. She was brace. And now she is united with that father and her Heavenly Father. We rejoice with her and are thankful we knew her.

 

Charlotte Brokaw Thomas posted on 9/26/17

Adrianne graduated from STC in 1950 while I was one year later. She was kind and caring and many looked up to her. My mother had told me she had lost her father in the Willow Grove Mine Disaster so I was aware of the sadness she endured without a Dad. Yet she was cheerful and made happiness wherever she went. God is blessing her now and sadness has vanished!