Sally Malzahn

Obituary of Sally E. Malzahn

It is with great sadness and bittersweet gratitude that we announce the passing of our dear wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, Sally E. Malzahn, on February 24, 2024, at Bon Secours Community Hospital, Port Jervis, New York.


The daughter of the late Raymond and Gladys Hyatt, Sally was born on October 3, 1941, in Port Jervis, New York.


On January 29, 1964, Sally married Vincent R. Malzahn.


Sally, alongside her husband, Vincent, owned and operated the Malzahn Gas Company Inc. from 1967 up until 2020. 


While running their business, Sally worked as a Waitress at nights for Scully’s Restaurant in Sparrowbush, New York, and the Evergreen Restaurant in Milford, Pennsylvania.


She actively served as the President of the Town of Deerpark Recreation Committee, having been an integral involvement in the development of two playgrounds and parks.


In her spare time, Sally was an avid bowler, having played in the Port Jervis Bowling League for over thirty years and took enjoyment in watching the Dallas Cowboys and New York Yankees in her free time.


Sally was a proud Classic Car enthusiast, which she demonstrated by owning and restoring her 1955 Chevy, 1980 Chevrolet Corvette and 1959 Volkswagen Beetle.


Left to cherish her are her loving husband, Vincent Malzahn; children, David Malzahn, John Malzahn, Laurie Osowick and William Malzahn; sister, Rae Riordan; grandchildren, David Malzahn, Mitchell Malzahn, Vinnie Malzahn, Chelsea Malzahn, Michael Malzahn, Casey Malzahn-Kowal, Jacob Malzahn, Grace Malzahn, Thomas Osowick, Nicholas Osowick and Emily Osowick; five great granddaughters and one great grandson.


Sally was predeceased by her brother, Jerry Hyatt.


Cremation was private, held at the convenience of the family.


Memorial donations may be made in honor of Sally to the Town of Deerpark Recreation, P.O. Box 621, Huguenot, NY 12746.


Arrangements were entrusted to the Stroyan Funeral Home, 405 West Harford Street, Milford, Pennsylvania 18337 (

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