Teddi “Anne” Malloy was born August 18, 1955, at the Coffeyville Memorial Hospital to Wilbur F. Lesslie and Jean (Newmaster) Lesslie. She grew up in Sycamore, Kansas and attended the Sycamore school in her early school years, transferring to the Independence school system where she graduated from high school in 1973. She attended Independence Community College, Kansas State University, and graduated from Bartlesville Wesleyan College with a degree in accounting.
Over the years, she was employed at various businesses in the Southeast Kansas area including: Sherwood Construction, Keith Construction, Cement Plant at Independence, Custom at Chanute, and was employed at Earth Care Products in Independence at the time of her death on December 5, 2017.
Anne and Dennis Wayne Malloy were married in May of 1985. The couple later divorced. In June of 1987, the light of her life, son Seth Malloy was born. She enjoyed watching him grow into a fine young man and loved watching him play in all his different sports endeavors. She loved dogs and had many over the years, helping in the rescue of many of them. She wanted to keep them all.
Surviving are her son Seth and his wife Calley, and grandson Felix Malloy all of Shawnee, Kansas, her parents of Independence, and brother Fred M. Lesslie and his wife Kellie of Muldrow, Oklahoma.
Visitation hours will be from 2 to 4 o’clock Sunday afternoon at Webb & Rodrick 306 West Main Street, Independence, KS 67301. Services will be held at 11 o'clock Monday, December 11, 2017, at the First Church of the Nazarene, 3167 S. Tenth Street, Independence, Kansas 67301.
In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate in Anne’s name to AWOL Humane Society, 325 S. 23rd Street, Independence, Kansas 67301.
Anne and I worked together at Heartland Cement Plant in Independence. What a "Smart", "funny", "good natured" person. She was a wonderful person and will be missed. Even though we lost touched thru the years, when we ran into each we never seemed to have time to catch up on everything...My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Tracy DunhamWichita, KS
Thaine FosterBanner Elk, NC
I knew Anne from ICJC; we were part of the Pirateers team. We had a lot of fun and she always had that amazing smile. Good memories of a very nice lady. My condolences to all.
Jeri (Brewster) ColdwellWichita, KS
I am so sorry for the pain you are all feeling due to this terrible loss. Anne and I were friends in junior and high school. She will be missed.
Penny KinnamonTulsa, OK
My deepest sympathy to the family Anne Malloy..
Jalaina Lane-HurstShawnee, OK
I am so sorry.
Warrenetta Harlin UnderwoodFort Collins, CO
Always a difficult process. I’m sending prayers and love to the family.
Crystal DeweyInde, KS
Kathy (Malloy) SutterfieldHeber Springs,
Ann was one of my best friends at ICJC. I will never forget the good times we had and how she always kept a smile on her face. Over the years we grew apart but I will always remember how pretty she was and how everyone loved her. We will miss her.
Pamela TindleMilan, TN
Lots of good memories. My sympathy to the family.
joe sam schaidindependence, KS
Anne and I went to school together from Riley to graduation. We were cheerleaders together at JCCC. We were roommates in Manhattan. I have many happy memories of time spent together with Anne. She is gone too soon. With loving sympathy, Cindy Cooley Coles
Cindy ColesOverland Park, KS
With deepest sympathy to the Malloy families from the Cueva's families.
Carlos G CuevasOverland Park, KS