Kane, John F. "Jack" ALBANY John "Jack" F. Kane, died suddenly at his home, Saturday, November 17, 2012 after a wonderful walk with his loving wife Susan "Sue" McMahon-Kane. An Albany native and North Albany adopted son, Jack, the 1999 North Albany Limerick's Parade Marshal, was a charter member of the North Albany American Legion Post 1610, Sons of the American Legion, Squadron past commander 1610, also member of the North Albany Limericks, Albany Elks #49, Polish American Citizens Club, Watervliet Ancient Order of Hibernians and several other organizations to advance the quality of life in Albany. He was a NYS Dept. Office For Technology retiree and predeceased by his parents, Francis LeGande Kane and Florence J. Johnson Kane; brother-in-law, James P. McMahon; and parents-in-law, James Patrick"Specky" McMahon and Marie Crowley McMahon. Survivors include his loving wife, Sue; his son John (Sondrah) Laden; grandchildren, Katie, Riley and Reed Laden and daughter Maureen Laden Lanhan; and grandchildren Casey and Jacob; nephew Donald (Christina) McMahon; and niece Marie (Melissa) McMahon; and grandnieces, Elizabeth and Ciara McMahon; sister-in-law, Debbie Ryan McMahon and sister Patricia Tyrell of Florida; and lifelong friends too numerous to name. Jack was a loving husband, father, uncle, brother, great-grand uncle and friend to all he met. His good deeds are too numerous to count. In addition to being the free photographer for everyone, he adopted cats and kittens by the score and adopted stray people as well. A funeral Mass will be held at Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in North Albany on Walter Street Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited and may call at the Magin and Keegan Funeral Home, 891 Madison Ave. Tuesday evening from 4 to 7. Interment, Saint Agnes Cemetery, Menands. In lieu of flowers, donations may be to Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, 33 Walter St., Albany, NY 12204 or Mohawk and Hudson Humane Society, Menands, NY 12204.
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Published in Albany Times Union from Nov. 19 to Nov. 20, 2012