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This profile was last updated on 7/25/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Curator
    Beauregard Museum
  • Drummer
    Blues Horizon
  • Curator


  • bachelor's degree , business administration
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Memories of artist live on through her paintings (7/25) -, 25 July 2006 [cached]
Jody Mallory, curator of the Beauregard Museum, recognized the historical value of Cummings' paintings.
The paintings of old places in the parish and the story behind Cummings' work inspired Mallory so much that she has organized a showing of the paintings at the downtown DeRidder museum through August.
"I'm honored to have them at the museum so people can learn about this wonderful person," Mallory said.
For information on Beth Cummings' art or the Beauregard Museum, contact Jody Mallory at 463-8148.
DeRidder Beauregard Daily News: News Index, 21 Mar 2004 [cached]
Jody Mallory, Beauregard Museum curator, is an accomplished musician who has known Gray many years.
"I brought Henry here for the 2001 Black Heritage celebration and for a museum fund raiser in 2002," said Mallory.
Mallory is a drummer with Blues Horizon.
"That's a blues band I assemble from time to time," she said."I've been playing professionally for 25 years.
"People can understand each other and have more respect for each other through music," said Mallory.
Communities - The Town Talk -, 31 Mar 2005 [cached]
Mallory said the Kansas City Southern Railroad built the depot in 1927, and it closed in the 1960s.
Mallory said the museum was a special stop for deRidder's granddaughter and great-grandson.
"I was so excited when they came in," Mallory said.
Mallory then points to the enormous collection of dolls kept in glass cases in the rear of the museum.There are dolls of all shapes and sizes.
"There are approximately 3,000 dolls in the collection," Mallory noted.
The rest of the museum contains railroad-related memorabilia, a carriage from the early 1900s and more.
Mallory has also worked hard to attract people to the museum by organizing events like Dinosaur Days for children and a doll festival as well.
Others in the parish have noted their love for the museum.
"If it wasn't for (curator Jody Mallory) and her efforts, it wouldn't have happened."
DeRidder Beauregard Daily News: News Index, 5 July 2004 [cached]
Jimmy is the son of Jody Mallory, curator of the Beauregard Museum.
"Jimmy is a huge LSU Tigers fan," said Jody.
The Mallorys are big Tigers fans, as Jody is an alumni of LSU.
"Jimmy's preference is to watch an LSU game with the sound off and listen to Jim Hawthorne on the radio," said Jody.
"Jimmy likes to talk on the phone," said Jody.
Jody is a musician who recently drummed with Henry Gray's band at their appearance in DeRidder.
Jody met the Ramones several times and invited them to Jimmy's wedding.
Gwen Mallory had an allergic reaction to medication late one evening after Jody had gone to sleep.
Jody got up and followed him to the living room where she found her mother and called for help.
DeRidder Beauregard Daily News: News Index, 30 Mar 2004 [cached]
Andy Cornett, Henry Gray, Jody Mallory and Brian "BB" Bruce performed a free concert at the Impromptu Players Community Theatre Saturday evening.
Andy Cornett and Brian "BB" Bruce rocked the house with dueling harmonicas, while DeRidder's own Jody Mallory played drums with one hand while twirling a drumstick over her head with the other.
Mallory, Beauregard Museum curator, brought Gray to town for the third time.
"I met Henry playing honky tonks like Jacy's Lounge in Baton Rouge," Mallory said.
Mallory began drumming as a child.
"My parents gave me my first drum set when I was 10 years old," Mallory remembers.
Jody earned a bachelor's degree in business administration at LSU.
Her Dad did not want her to major in music, but she continued to perform.
The concert in DeRidder was free thanks to the efforts of Mallory, the City of DeRidder and the Impromptu Players Community Theatre.
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