My deepest condolences go out to the Mcmahon family. I had the pleasure of knowing your mom as I worked as one of the maintenance workers at the Nottingham. She always would ask me about how things in my life were going and give me advice on life situations..I would always ask her, how are you doing today? and even when it wasn't one her best days..she would always laugh and smile and say I don't know shawn ,taking it day by day..she would never dwell on the pain that she was going through but rather ask me if I had any problems. One of the funniest things I remember , she would always correct her husband about my name, because he would forget sometimes. She would always say BoB that's shawn when he would forget and he would always say I have a son name shawn. That would happen weekly(lol). I always got a kick outta that. After I got transferred to another facility with Loretto,I would comeback to the nottingham just to visit Mrs Mcmahon, and we would talk about life in general..always asking me, when are you going to marry that pretty girl of yours ..I also introduced her to my girlfriend..Im going to truly miss her and I know she in heaven smiling down on me as I type this still saying "when are you going to marry that pretty girl"(lol)..May you rest in peace and you were truly an inspiration to me.