Those who support Mike Maloney, seated, include his immediate family, from left, Jennifer Lambert, Ellyn Maloney, Colleen Griffith and Mary Beth Soeder.
ALS forced Mike Maloney to retire four years ago.
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He was executive director of Fox Run retirement community in Orchard Park at the time, but Maloney had spent decades before working with seniors at spots than included Bristol Home, Niagara Lutheran , Brothers of Mercy and Canterbury Woods.buy adipex online without prescription
“He’s had a lot of experience dealing with illness,” said Maloney’s wife, Ellyn, “which on a humorous note means that he knows exactly what I’m supposed to do and he tells me how to do it.”ultram online no prescription
Five women in his life are his not-so-secret weapons: his wife, his daughters – Jennifer Lambert, Marybeth Soeder and Colleen Griffith – and longtime family friend Maureen Myers, who has helped co-chair the Western New York Walk to Defeat ALS twice in the last three years.buy adipex without prescription
This year’s walk takes place at 11 a.m. Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Afterward, the Maloney clan aims to figure largely in an attempt to break the world record of 882 people to do the Ice Bucket Challenge in person at the same time, a mark set China two years ago. Learn more about ice-water dumping challenge and ALS at webuny.alsa.org.