Dr. Dolly Irene Thiem-Escobedo
April 23, 1945 - November 10, 2019
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Malloy & Son Funeral Home
3028 Broadway
Galveston, TX 77550
Friday 11/15, 9:30 am
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Malloy & Son Funeral Home
3028 Broadway
Galveston, TX 77550
Friday 11/15, 11:00 am
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Friday 11/15, 1:30 pm

Grandview Memorial Park Cemetery, 8501 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX.

Dr. Dolly Irene Thiem-Escobedo, 74, of Galveston, passed away Sunday, November 10, 2019.  She was born April 23, 1945, in Galveston, and graduated from Ball High School with the class of 1963.  Dolly began her collegiate studies at Lamar Tech in Beaumont, where she received a BS in Home Economics.  She then attended Texas Woman’s…

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Peggy Sue Owens left a message on November 15, 2019:
We loved Dolly for her energetic spirit and love of children. We will miss her flashy smile and consistent wisdom. Dr. Peggy Sue Owens and Dr. Mike Owens
John E. Broughton, Jr. left a message on November 14, 2019:
we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and your Family..
Jill Pehnke left a message on November 14, 2019:
Sweet Dolly❤️ She was always so funny. I miss her smile. Love, Jill
Corky Dyer left a message on November 14, 2019:
Dolly was a true trooper. She was one of my favorite cousins. when we would come to Texas for vacation, she would find something special for me to do. I loved talking and being with her. So much fun. My condolences to her brother, sister-in-law and all of her family and friends. May you have peace from God and he covers you with his hand at this time.
Traci, Kevin, & Corey Hayes left a message on November 13, 2019:
We will miss you Aunt Dolly but I know you're running, jumping, and dancing around now...something you have not been able to do for a long time. Rest in peace and we love you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
John N Hall left a message on November 13, 2019:
I will always remember that sweet smile from Ball High (Class of ‘63). And, such a wonderful person. 😢
Jim Battistoni left a message on November 13, 2019:
May she find ever lasting peace from her pain and suffering in the arms of a loving God. Goodbye classmate.
ALBERT Choate left a message on November 13, 2019:
So sorry to hear of the passing of our classmate Dolly.
Barbara Beaulieu Segura left a message on November 13, 2019:
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Dolly with great fondness. She was beautiful and funny. As children, our mothers, who were friends from the VFW and USO dances, put us into Miss McKinna's dance classes. Dolly and I performed a "Pretty Baby " tap routine together on the stage at Menard park, wearing white organdy dresses , big red bows, and too much make-up. Since we went to different junior highs, we didn't meet again until high school. Dolly was the prettiest girl with the best personality. One night Dolly Senior let us have a slumber party and we did the usual silly girl things. While around Dolly and Cheryl decided to moon some boys at a drive in. I was too "chicken". After Dolly Senior went to bed, we sneaked down to the corner to watch the police action going on at the famous Aztec Bar on the Strand. We all came back, jumped in the bed in the back bedroom, and kept "Sluggo" awake. Good memories. The last time I saw Dolly was at graduation. We took different paths, but both ended up majoring in Home Economics and Child Development. My last thought is of how much she admired her brother. She was always excited to tell us what Sluggo was up to. Again, I am so sorry for your lost. I will always Dolly with the cute little voice and keep her in my heart.
Traci, Kevin, and Corey Hayes left a message on November 12, 2019:
I love and will miss you Aunt Dolly but I know you’re running around, jumping up and down, and dancing for the first time in a long time. Rest In Peace.
Malloy Funerals & Cremations left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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