Mallory Caroline Wren

This site is dedicated to the memory of Mallory Caroline Wren, a beautiful little five year old girl whose life was tragically cut short by a ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) accident. More than 550 people were killed in ATV accidents in 2006, including more than 100 children. The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that over 800 were killed in 2007. Please, if you drive a ATV, do not let anyone ride with you and always wear a helmet. For more information about ATVs, please go to this website; Concerned Families for ATV Safety.

Mallory was born on December 19, 2001 and went to be with her Lord, Sunday, July 29, 2007. Mallory brought joy to everyone and her beautiful blue eyes and big smile always brightened your day. She lived each day to its fullest and loved being with her family.  She will be missed by all who knew her and we were blessed to have loved her.

My wife and I have many wonderful memories of Mallory, as do all her other family members and friends. But, we wanted to share a few of ours for her website.

A few weeks before she was to start Pre-K, her grandmother and I took her shopping for some new clothes. We let her pick out what she wanted, with just a few suggestions here and there. But, when it was all said and done, the three outfits she picked out were all 'pink' or had a lot of pink in them. Hence the main color of the website. She loved the color pink.

One of the things Mallory liked to do was play teacher. She would line up all the dolls and Grandma. Yes, Grandma was one of her students. She would tell the 'students' how to behave and how to act in class. And, she let you know what would happen if you did not mind the teacher. She also liked to play dress-up and wear high heel play shoes.

Another memory I want to share is from her great-grandmother, O'Ma. Mallory was spending the day with her and they were walking down the drive way to get the mail, when O'Ma said, "Look at how big those pecans are"; pointing to a pecan tree along side the road. Without more than a few seconds going by, Mallory said, "Our pecans are bigger than that"!

Mallory will always be in our hearts and we will think of her every day. We will miss her, but we will never forget her. We will wait for that day when we can be with her in Heaven.