William Mallot

Folsom State Prison reported the passing of retired Correctional Officer William Mallot on Feb. 22.

Officer Mallot began his career in 1996 with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) as a cadet at the Richard A. McGee Correctional Training Center.

On July 15, 1996, upon graduating the academy, Officer Mallot reported to Salinas Valley State Prison. On June 14, 1999, Officer Mallot transferred to Folsom State Prison, where he worked until retiring from CDCR on July 31, 2014.

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3 Responses

  1. Sgt. C. Romo Monday, March 7, 2016 / 10:20 am

    Mallot was truly “one-of-a-kind.” His wit and humor will truly be missed. He was a fixture in Unit 5 at FSP for many years, working side by side with his steady partners. His entire CDCR family was fortunate to have the pleasure of working with a solid officer. He spoke very highly of his family and was very proud of his children. I will miss our chats and sharing our ‘lil Ginger’ stories. I’m grateful to have had him as a co-worker and a friend. He always had way of making an 8-hour shift much more comical and brightened the day. Rest in peace, Willy.

  2. Erick Halverson Thursday, March 3, 2016 / 1:20 am

    I had the pleasure of meeting Mallot at the Academy and starting at SVSP with him. We worked together on Delta Yard 3/W and was present for his mishap that dubbed him “One Shot Mallot.” His sense of humor and personality were far bigger than his stature. The two funniest things I remember about Mallot was the shooting incident and whenever the Hiring Lt. would call the D Yard Sgt. for OT, Mallot would gladly accept it for him without his permission. This would always send the Sgt. in a tailspin.
    RIP my brother, as you are in a better place. Thank you for the great memories! My family and I send our deepest condolences to the Mallot Family.

    Erick B. Halverson

  3. Marcus Cobbs macnhard95833@yahoo.com Friday, February 26, 2016 / 4:20 am

    C/O W. Mallot was a good officer and friend. I first met him when we worked together at Salinas Valley State Prison on Echo Yard. He was a pretty funny “Lil” guy. He earned a a nickname of “One-shot” Mallot for a mishap as a Gunner on the Ad Seg yard.

    You’re going to be truly missed.

    RIP my friend.

    C/O M. Cobbs

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