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Albert Joseph Malcos

Jan 24, 1921 - Jun 20, 2022


On January 11, 1944 the B-17 Bomber "Chief Sly's Son" was shot down over Germany. By luck and determination, Radio Operator Albert J. Malcos parachuted safely to the ground and lived to tell the tale. Al spent the next 15 months as a POW in Stalag XVII-B. He witnessed some horrifying things as...


Jun 25


Saturday, June 25, 2022
11:00 am

Hansen Chapel

8314 N 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85020

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Albert Joseph Malcos

January 24, 1921 - June 20, 2022


  Kathy Mungovan Korn June 25, 2022

The service was a lovely tribute to a life well lived and a clear legacy established. It told the story of a courageous man who knew how to love and was loved deeply in return. His legacy lives on through the many relationships he developed most importantly his daughters, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Al loved Carol with a fierceness and devotion above all else.

C Corey Debrauske June 25, 2022

Uncle Al was always the coolest. When I was around I always felt super at ease and comfortable. Great man who served his country. I still tell people he was WWII vet.

A Andrea pietrenka June 22, 2022

Getting old is a gift. I know it was hard for my dad to believe that- I guess because it was a gift to us. Love you dad and miss you. Love andrea

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