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Danueal Marshall Maloy

January 11, 1973 ~ April 19, 2020 (age 47)

Obituary


Born January 11, 1973 in Miami, Fl, was a gift which many would come to know as Danueal M.
Maloy. He was the first child of three and the only son to Leroy Williams (deceased) and Marionette
Maloy- Williams. Popularly known as “Pastor Danny”, Danueal displayed great leadership skills and a
heart to serve others at a very young age. During his latter years while attending Carol City High
School he developed a passion for God’s people which carried on into college. This resulted in him
spearheading Bible clubs that spread across South Florida. The success of these groups opened the
doors for many of his tailored gifts which include: mime, leading praise and worship, armor-bearing,
prison outreach, evangelizing, charity, preaching/teaching the Gospel, and Pastoring. Never losing sight
of his role as a servant, Pastor Danny was called to lead his own church in the form of Destiny
Restoration Center Ministries. His zeal and dedication for the Word of God birthed the cultivation of
gifts in those pursuing a closer relationship with the Lord. He also proved to be a selfless giver and
among the greatest of motivators known to men as one never left his presence without being charged,
inspired, and accepted. Upon completion of his assignment in South Florida, Danueal was led to
relocate to Orlando. There he joined The Shabach Church serving under the divine leadership of
Bishop and Founding Pastor Dr. Todd M. Hall and Senior Pastor Overseer Sonya M. Mixon. He was
elevated to “Elder” and “Associate Pastor” through much prayer, supplication, faithful servant-hood,
and obedience. Pastor Danny continued to push, motivate, and show the love of God to leaders and
others who crossed paths with him. On April 19, 2020, he was rewarded the ultimate prize of eternally
resting in the arms of the Lord for his faithfulness to the Kingdom. We celebrate the life of an amazing
man of God who wore many hats. May you forever rest in the glory of the Almighty God!
He was survived by
Father Leroy Williams (late), Mother Marionette Maloy-Williams, Siblings – Sherilyn Williams,
Shelise and Jonathan Abram-Williams, Nephews – Cleon Jr, DeIvory, Leon, Tymond, Tyler, host of
uncles and aunts, host of cousins and friends, many spiritual sons and daughters, godsons and
goddaughters.
 

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