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Herbert A. McMAHON Obituary
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September 22, 2018

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October 13, 2017
September 24, 2017
I'm so sorry to hear about Hank. Maureen, it was so long ago but I do remember him fondly. This is such a sad time for you. I'll always remember our hikes along brook. It was such a great adventure, wasn't it?
September 24, 2017
September 23, 2017
Our condolences to the McMahon family. I don't imagine you would remember us at all, but I have a vivid memory of a funny incident in our lives which included "Hank". We used to live on Milton Road in the 1960's around the corner from Hank. Tony & Hank would share an occasional beer. (We were all young then -we had 3 kids) Being a stay-at-home Mom, I saw the goings on in the neighborhood. One afternoon I looked out into our driveway and saw a humungous creature looking somewhat like a dinosaur walking around. I frantically called Tony (who worked nearby) and he came home right away. We deduced that the creature was a ferocious looking giant snapping turtle. Tony ran over to Hank's house as Hank had a pickup truck at the time. The two men coralled the turtle by dropping a very large wash tub on top of him. Somehow they got it into the back of the truck and brought it to Roger Williams Park and freed it in a lake. Funny the things that stick in one's mind as we age. I also recall a skunk pet?