Obituaries Related to "Mahoney" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Mahoney was born in England, but he came to embody all-American grass-roots fatherhood on TV. He also appeared on Broadway and won a Tony Award.
MAHONEY--Helen. On July 26, 2006 of Forest Hills, NY and Venice, FL. Beloved wife of the late Cornelius A., MD. Loving mother of Cornelius, Maureen, Daniel, John, Jane, Eileen & Ellen. Devoted to her grandchildren and greatgrandchild. Reposing Fox Funeral Home, Forest Hills, Saturday and Sunday 2-5pm. Funeral Mass at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Monday, July 31, 9:30am.
MAHONEY--Philip T. On November 19, 2005, of Pawleys Island, SC. Beloved husband of the late Margot M. Mahoney and survived by his wife Agnes Farley Mahoney. Devoted father to Philip T. Mahoney Jr., Dianne M. Hoffman and G. Daniel Mahoney. Cherished brother to Helen M. Gaffigan and Thomas F. Mahoney. Loving grandfather to three grandchildren. Services were held on Monday November 28 in Severna Park, MD. Interment was held at Maryland Veteran's Cemetery in Crownsville, MD. In lieu of flowers donat ...
BASCH--Marilyn Mahoney. On October 3, 2005. Beloved mother of Ursula. Devoted sister of Ursula Mahoney. Friends may call at the Andrett Funeral Home 353 Second Avenue (at 20th St) NYC Wednesday 2-5 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass 11 AM Thursday at The Epiphany R.C. Church. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions in her name may be made to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research or The Hunter College Foundation for Public Service Scholar Program.
MAHONEY -- Honora Anne (nee Donohue). On June 3, 2005. Cherished mother of Theresa Fenwick. Devoted grandmother of Anna & William Fenwick and Michael Fenwick & Lauren. Proud great-grandmother of William, Andrew, Charlie and Olivia. Loving sister of Mary VonPentz. Reposing Monday, 2-5 and 7-9 PM, at Riverdaleon-Hudson Funeral Home, 6110 Riverdale Ave, Bronx. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, 9:45 AM, at St. Margaret of Cortona Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
MAHONEY--William B. September 15, 2004, in Miami. A writer, trade unionist, an alcoholism counselor, he touched many lives in his 92 years. His short stories and sports columns appeared in magazines, books and two daily newspapers; he negotiated for the Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union and won awards editing its magazine; he helped people stay sober. He is survived by four children--Judith Mahoney Pasternak of New York, Joan Mahoney of Detroit, and Martha Mahoney and Donald Mahoney of Miami- ...
MAHONEY--Michael P. on March 29, 2004 of Rockville Centre, NY. Son of Cornelius A. and the late Arlene M. Brother of Marc and Melissa. Step-son of Eleanor. Grandson of Helen Mahoney. Reposing at Perry Funeral Home, Lynbrook, NY Thursday 2-4 & 7-9pm. Funeral Mass St. Raymond's Church, East Rockaway, NY Friday April 2, 2004 at 9:45 AM. Interment private.
MAHONEY-Florence. The Board of Directors of Research!America honors the vast difference made by the life of Florence Mahoney, champion of the National Institutes of Health and federal funding for biomedical research. The success of her advocacy means extended life and health for millions of Americans. We send our condolences to her family and salute her legacy. Hon. Paul G. Rogers, Chair Mary Woolley, President
MAHONEY-Frances T.M., Ph.D. On November 5, 2002. Professor at Mercy College, devoted sister of Katherine Fullis, the late Mary Farrelly and the late William Mahoney. Survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Funeral mass Friday 9:30 AM. Sacred Heart Church, Dobbs Ferry. Visiting, Edwards Dowdle Funeral Home. 64 Ashford Avenue. (Exit 17, Sawmill) Dobbs Ferry. Memorials to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society appreciated.
MAHONEY-Most Reverend James P., D.D., retired Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of NY, died June 1, 2002, at Calvary Hospital. He was born in Kingston, NY, on August 16, 1925, to James A. and Ella (Daly) Mahoney. He graduated from Blessed Sacrament Parochial School and following graduation from Cathedral Preparatory School in 1947, he entered St. Joseph's Seminary, Yonkers, to begin his theological studies. He was ordained by Francis Cardinal Spellman on May 19, 1951, at the Cathedral of St. P ...
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