Helen E. (Brosnan) Mahoney
I will miss Helen's beaming smile and kind nature. Her entire family has my condolences.
I am sorry to learn of Helen's passing. Her bright smile(always "beaming") and sweet nature were hers alone. She was also a very good cook. I can still remember a great meal from over 40 years ago which I enjoyed when invited to dinner at her house. To her family I extend my heartfelt condolences for their loss. The last time I saw Helen was last March when I chanced upon her and her daughter, Ann doing some shopping. She seemed quite well at the time. How fast things change sometimes. Godspeed,Helen.
I am praying for all of you. We will all miss Helen. She was always a good friend to me.
97 years is more than a long time to live. Not many people live that long anymore, which adds to how special Mrs. Mahoney really was. To be married to your lifetime companion for over 50 years and just lose them is so devastating. In your time of mourning is the time to reflect on the longevity of Mrs. Mahoney ' s life. May this family receive all the love and support needed to cope through this rough time.
Mrs. Mahoney was a kind and gracious lady. I remember her when I was a child- many, many years ago at the Saturday Night Dinner Club at my parents.
I especially appreciate the warm friendship she extended to my sister. Please accept my condolences- she will be missed. Fondly, Jan (Ingram) Marcus