Robert F. "Bob" Mahoney
1940 - 2021
Robert E. Mahoney 80 of Holiday entered into rest May 16, 2021. Bob was born October 1, 1940 in Boston, Mass. the son of the late John and Mary (McTernan) Mahoney.

Bob is survived by his loving wife Janice (Street) Mahoney of Holiday, 2 daughters Kimberly and her husband Russell of Foxboro Mass., Kristine and her husband Henry Cluney of Spring Hill, 1 son Robert Manoney II of Bridgewater, Mass., 2 sisters Geraldine Jackman of Bolton, Mass., Elizabeth and her husband Mike Davis of Manfield, Mass, 4 grandchildren Russell Freer and his wife Aimee, Robyn Freer Ludwig, and her husband Mark, Craig Cluney, and Samantha Cluney. He had one great-grandchild Austin Freer. Bob had many cousins, nieces, nephews, and grands. He was predeceased by his brother Jack Mahoney

Bob was an avid family man and loved family vacations and get-togethers. One of his favorite family vacations was at Grand Shores in September. He enjoyed swimming, sailing, bowling, and many other games and cookouts at Tahitian Gardens where he lived for the past 13 Years.
Before his retirement, he made his living at Cleveland Twist Drill Company in Mansfield, MA. Where he was in charge of two departments. When the company moved he decided to open his own business, Bob's Contracting, where he was the Head carpenter and teacher to 3 generations. When he retired to Florida his son took over the company and still operates it today.
Bob and Jan had 59 wonderful years together. They loved to travel and went on adventures to Hawaii, Alaska, and Newfoundland to name a few. They loved camping, bowling, and Friday movie night with lifelong friends. He loved their dog, Charlie.
There will be a private graveside service; in lieu of flowers please consider a donation to one of
Bob's favorite charities:
Boy's Town 14100 Crawford St. Boy Town, NE. 68010
Shriners of Tampa 2900 Rocky Point Rd. Tampa, FL. 33607

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Published by Sun Chronicle on Jun. 8, 2021.
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Bobby, I'm so sorry about your father. Big hugs!
Beth Casher
June 9, 2021
Bobby, I'm so sorry about your dad. My condolences to your mom and aunt Geri -
gina iacomini
June 9, 2021
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Robert. My prayers, love and thoughts are with you Janice and your family.
Perry M Mayer
June 8, 2021
I love you dad and will miss you always. You will always be with me! ❤❤❤
Kristine E Cluney
June 8, 2021
Bob Was A Real Nice Guy And A Excellent Carpenter & Builder Did Work On Our Norton Home. RIP Bob.
Bobby E Earls E Earls
June 8, 2021
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