Glenn J. MoLoney

Glenn John Moloney, 61, of Clear Lake, Texas, passed away Tuesday September 12, 2017. He was born November 3, 1955 in Bayonne, New Jersey.  He earned his engineering degree from Stephens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.  Glenn was a loving father, husband, and a great friend to all that knew him. He could always be counted on to solve a problem or help a friend. Glenn continued to work as a consultant for ExxonMobil after his retirement in 2013, where he has enjoyed working as a chemical engineer for many years.  He was an avid sports fan that enjoyed supporting his favorite teams, the Rockets, Astros, Texans, New York Mets and the New York Giants.  He also enjoyed spending time with his family vacationing in the summer on Florida beaches and visiting in New Jersey.  Above all Glenn most enjoyed loving his children, from cheering loudly at soccer games, and helping with his daughter Colleen’s school projects, to grilling and watching new movies with his son Jonathan. Glenn was a man of many accomplishments throughout his lifetime in addition to numerous special projects with Exxon, he also enjoyed volunteering and helping others with Meals on Wheels.  Glenn was a member of St. Paul Apostle Catholic Church in Nassau Bay.

Glenn was preceded in death by his parents, John and Angelina Moloney of Bayonne New Jersey. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Lynn Moloney, and their children Jonathan Moloney and Colleen Moloney of Clear Lake; sister Karen Moloney of Bayonne, New Jersey; sister-in-law Terry LeBrock of Baytown, Texas, and brother-in-law Don Matthews and wife, Misty of Marshall, Texas; cousin, Joyce Lauria, husband Frank, and their children Mitchell and Jonthaun of Rumson, New Jersey; nieces, Erin LeBrock, and Taylor LeBrock of Baytown, Texas; .

Visitation and Rosary will be conducted 6-8 p.m. Sunday September 17, 2017 at Crowder Funeral Home 111 East Medical Center Blvd, Webster, Texas.  Funeral Service will take place 10 a.m. Monday September 18, 2017 at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 18223 Point Lookout Dr, Nassau Bay, Texas followed by a lunch for friends and family.


  1. To Lynn and family. We are deeply saddened and want you to know how much we loved Glenn as one of the best neighbours ever for all 22 years. Who could not resist his lovely smile friendly chat and patience with all the noise we made…My heart is with you all. Love and many many hugs from The Denhams

    Jennie Denham
  2. I am so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. I worked with Glenn while he was serving as a consultant for ExxonMobil. My condolences to your family.

  3. R.I.P. Glenn
    I’m so sorry to hear of your passing. It made me think back to the days when we always seemed to be together in the yard or down the shore for vacation. I take comfort in knowing that you are in a peaceful place and looking down to care for your family and extended family. Rest in Peace Cousin.

    Gary Kicinski
  4. Glenn was a good friend and a great man. I knew him in the early 80s as we were colleagues at the BOP, in Baytown. Glenn was an excellent athlete in several sports. I introduced him to windsurfing. We also played tennis and other recreational sports. I left Baytown in 89, but returned to Houston in 2012. I tried to find Glenn again and it is with great sadness that I find out about his passing. May God shine his merciful light upon his soul!

    Ramon Berrocal
  5. To Glenn’s family: I am so very sorry for your loss. I did not know Glenn personally but his son Jon has been a good friend of mine for many many years. My heart breaks for him.

    Briana Stewart
  6. Lynn, so very sorry for your loss. Don called and told Bubba about this. Our condolences to your family. Bubba and Edna Coleman

    Edna Coleman

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