WARREN – Sally Maloy Dolovy, 87, peacefully entered into eternal life on Sunday, July 3, 2022 at Clearview Lantern Estates in Champion.

Sally was born October 27, 1934 in Warren, the daughter of the late Ray Abeggelan and the late Sara Abeggelan.

Sally graduated in 1952 from Warren G. Harding High School. After high school, she continued her studies in the fields of violin performance and music education. Sally graduated from Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., in 1954. From there Sally went on to study at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, Kent State University in Kent, and the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua , NY. studied with Millard Taylor, Hortense and Mischa Mischakoff, and was taught by Bernard Goldschmidt.

After pursuing graduate school, Sally returned to Warren, where she dedicated her life to successful careers in interior design and violin performance. She was an interior designer for Higbee Co. and Wilson’s Furniture.

Sally was a gifted violinist who over the years has been a member of the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra, the Higbee Co. Choral Society, the Erie Philharmonic, the Warren Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra Akron Symphony, Canton Symphony Orchestra, Greenville Symphony Orchestra, Westminster College Orchestra, Mount Union College Orchestra, Kenley Players Orchestra, Robert Furney Show Band and Angelo LaCivita Orchestra .

Sally believed in the importance of education and giving back to her community. She has taught music and vocal performance at several local high schools and colleges, including Howland High School, LaBrae High School, and Hiram College. In the community, Sally has volunteered at local hospitals while serving on community outreach committees and service organizations. Sally was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, where she once served as a choir director.

A loving mother and grandmother, Sally is survived by her son, Brian (Gail) Maloy of Warren; his daughter, Molly (Dave) Wiegand of Mesa, Arizona; three daughters-in-law, Rosalind Rau, Christine Dolovy Lecce and Shelly Dolovy; granddaughter, Maghan (Casey) Larkins of Munroe Falls; and a great-grandson on the way.

In addition to her parents, Sally was predeceased by her first husband, John D. Maloy Jr.; second husband, Michael Dolovy; and stepson, Frederick Dolovy.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 16, 2022, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church.

Friends can call one hour before the Saturday service at the church.

The family would like to thank Clearview Lantern Estates and Traditions Hospice Care for their care and compassion for Sally.

Arrangements entrusted to the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home.

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