Malcom Maloof D.C. hospital executive

January 22, 1991

A Mass of Christian burial for Malcom Maloof, associate administrator and director of nursing at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, will be offered at noon today at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Washington.

Mr. Maloof, who was 39, died Saturday at his home in Washington of complications to AIDS.

He began working at the hospital in April 1989 after working for six years at the Montebello Center in Baltimore, where he was nursing director. In Baltimore he did volunteer work with HERO. He was the national president of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.

Mr. Maloof was born in Raynham, Mass., and earned bachelor's and master's degrees in nursing at the University of Massachusetts. He worked at the university's hospital in Worcester, Mass.

In 1980 and 1981, he volunteered at camps for Cambodian refugees in Thailand.

He is survived by his companion, Daniel Anderson of Washington; his parents, Eddie and Kaye Maloof of Raynham; a grandmother, Anna Maloof of Boston; six brothers, Thomas and Daniel Maloof, both of Taunton, Mass., George Maloof of Watertown, Mass., Peter Maloof of North Quincy, Mass., Philip Maloof of Easton, Mass., and John Maloof of Raynham; and two sisters, Kathryn Iead of Sagamore, Mass., and Paula Olson of Plainville, Mass.

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