John Leo Mahoney

Port Orange, Florida

Sep 29, 1942 – Aug 12, 2016 (Age 73)


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John Leo Mahoney Jr., 73, of Port Orange, quietly departed from this life on August 12, 2016 after a long illness. He was born in Portland, Maine on September 29, 1942, the son of the late John and Elizabeth (Fullerton) Mahoney. He attended schools in Portland, Maine and was an Army...

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Debbie, so sad to hear of John's passing. He never failed to say hello and ask how things were going for me. He was a treasure and will be missed.

Pat Terrell

I am so sorry ro hear about John. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. John was such a likeable guy and you two made a great couple. Savor your memories until you meet again.

Lee Ann Mialki
Paytas Homes

Debbie, I am very sorry to hear of John's passing. I have played golf with John for many years and enjoyed his company very much. I will always remember him saying "super".
Unfortunately out of state and unable to attend service.
Murf Gill

Deb, my deepest condolences to you and family, from your FUMCH family.

I knew John though the MGA at Cypress Head. I could always count on a friendly hello and how you doing. I'd often see him on Wednesdays when I helped set up the Thursday pairings. I'd tease him because he 'forgot' to sign up; He'd tease me back ensuring me that he would arrange for my cart to break down the 13th or 14th. I am greatly sadden by his death, but will always remember his smiling face and warm heart. Being a fellow Red Sox fan, I know he will keep watching them from above and...

So very sorry to hear about John's passing. Ed always thought of him as such a good guy and enjoyed playing golf with him at Cypress Head. My thoughts are with you at this sad time. If there is golf in heaven, I'm sure they will be playing together!

We will miss John very much. He was the best neighbor and friend anyone could have. Always a smile on his face.

Deb, I am so sorry for your loss. I met John eleven years ago, when I first started working in maintenance along side of John. We were constantly teasing each I other about Yankees and the Sox. He was a very special man who will be sorely missed.

With deepest sympathy,

Jimmy Benarro