Funeral Services Planned Tuesday Morning for Plymouth Police Officer Maloney

Plymouth Officer Gregg Maloney was killed in a motorcycle accident last week.

An older image of Maloney on duty. Credit: Plymouth Police Department
An older image of Maloney on duty. Credit: Plymouth Police Department

Massachusetts State Police and the Plymouth Police Department on Saturday released details regarding the wake and funeral services for Plymouth Officer Greggory Maloney, 43, who died in the line of duty on Tuesday, April 1.

Maloney was killed Tuesday in a motorcycle crash that occurred around 3 p.m. on Samoset Street in Plymouth. The crash is currently under investigation. 

Maloney, 43, who served on the Plymouth Police Department for 17 years, was married and had two teenage boys. He was honored during a procession through town Wednesday afternoon. 


Maloney's wake will be held on Monday, Aprl 7 at the Memorial Hall, 83 Court St. in Plymouth. Maloney's family will have a private viewing from 2-3 p.m. on Monday, and law enforcement personnel will be in place at 3 p.m. for a walk-through, led by Maloney's colleagues from the Plymouth Police Department and the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council Mobile Operations Unit. Members of the public will be able to pay their respects after the walk-through until 8 p.m., police said. 


A funeral mass for Maloney will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 8 at St. Peter's Church, 86 Court st. in Plymouth, which is across the street from Memorial Hall.


A procession will proceed from St. Peter's Church after the funeral along Court Street to Summer Street and up to Vinehills Cemetery, where Maloney will be buried. The Plymouth Police Department will march on foot in the procession, which will also include motorcycles from the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Mobile Operations Unit.

Road Closures

For portions of Monday and Tuesday, Court Street in the downtown are a will be closed to vehicular traffic from Samoset to Brewster streets, police said. On Tuesday, closures will be in place along part of Summer Street. No parking will be allowed on the roadways during Monday and Tuesdays services.


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