Kathleen Mahon Obituary, Death – Following Kathleen Mahon’s death, Ajax would like to express our heartfelt condolences to Tomas Mahon and the rest of the Mahon family, as well as Kathleen’s extended family. During this difficult time, we want you to know that we are thinking about your family and friends. We are here to help you as members of your Ajax family. I wish her eternal happiness. Her favorite pastime was spending time with her three children, six grandchildren, and other family members. She was ecstatic to learn about their lives, including their college plans, travels, and the people they knew.
One of her favourite activities was organizing trips to New York City for her children, grandchildren, and other family members to attend a dinner and a Broadway musical. Family reunions in Bethany Beach, Delaware, brought her a lot of joy and gave each of us unique experiences that we will remember for the rest of our lives. Despite the severity of her ALS, our mother kept a positive attitude and worked hard to make the most of each day. As we witnessed, she handled her illness with dignity, fortitude, and consideration at all times.
During this difficult time, the help she received from family and friends meant a great deal to her. Friends and family sent her cards, emails, prayers, and visits at just the right time. Kathleen’s husband, John, died in 2013, and her brother, Hugh Gerald Smith, died shortly after. 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 are among those who will remember her. Her son Robert, who is married to Karen Kosisher, also remembers her. Her sister, Maureen Politi, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and close friends, survive her. All of these people will miss her terribly.