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This biography was possible through the generous consideration of Mrs. Gina M. Reasoner.  


Source:  History of Ohio, The American Historical Society Inc., 195 Volume IV, page 158:

WILLIAM LAWRENCE MALLOY. Born and reared in Youngstown, Mr. Malloy had a period of training with the military forces of the country during the World war, and since his discharge has been active in the insurance field in his native city. He was born at Youngstown, March 26, 1895, a son of John H. and Ella (Murray) Malloy, his father a native of Scranton, Pennsylvania, and his mother of Youngstown. John H. Malloy is a retired steel worker. William Lawrence Malloy attended the grammar school, the Rayen High School, and, beginning at the age of nineteen, was employed in the traffic department of the Concrete Steel Company for several years. When he was called to the colors he was assigned duty with the Seventh Regiment of Field Artillery at Camp Taylor, Louisville, Kentucky, and was made acting sergeant. On his return to Youngstown he became associated with his brother, George F. Malloy, who for several years had been in the insurance business. Their offices are in the Dollar Bank Building. They do a general business in insurance, and their firm is a continuation of a business that was established about 1880. Mr. Malloy married, October 14, 1921, Miss Gertrude M. Gilronan, of Youngstown, daughter of Hugh J. and Mary (Braun) Gilronan. They have one daughter, Mary Elaine, born May 5, 1923. Mr. and Mrs. Malloy are members of St. Edward's Catholic Church. Mr. Malloy is secretary of the Malloy Agency Company.