Kathleen MahonObituary, Death – In the wake of Kathleen Mahon’s passing, all of us here at Ajax would like to convey our sincerest condolences to Tomas Mahon and the rest of the Mahon family, as well as to Kathleen’s extended relatives. During this difficult time, we want you to know that your family and friends are in our thoughts. As members of your Ajax family, we are here to support you. I pray that she finds eternal rest.
Her most treasured activity was getting together with her three children, six grandchildren, and other family members. It brought her great joy to learn about their lives, including their ambitions for college, their travels, and the people they knew. It was one of her favorite activities to organize vacations to New York City for her children, grandchildren, and other family members to attend a dinner and a musical on Broadway. Family get-togethers at Bethany Beach, Delaware, brought her a great deal of happiness and provided each of us with unique experiences that will be cherished for the rest of our lives.
In spite of the severity of ALS, our mother had a positive attitude about the future and worked hard to enjoy every moment of her life to the utmost. We witnessed her dealing with her sickness with dignity, fortitude, and consideration at all times. The assistance that she received from her family and friends was very meaningful to her during this challenging period. At precisely the time when she required hope and strength the most, she received cards, emails, prayers, and visits from friends and family.
Kathleen’s husband of 57 years, John, passed away in 2013, and her brother, Hugh Gerald Smith, also passed away before to her passing. She is remembered by her son Robert, who is married to Karen Kosisher, her daughters Kathleen Bailer, Susan Savino, and Elizabeth Mahon, her nephew Donald Smith, and her grandchildren Carson and Kate Bailer, Andrew Savino, Antonio, Alexandra, and Jack Fiol-Mahon. She is also remembered by her son Robert, who is married to Karen Kosisher. She is also survived by her sister Maureen Politi, a large number of nieces and nephews, and lovely friends who were extremely dear to her. She will be much missed by all of these people.