Gary Mahon Obituary, Death – Gary Mahon of Chambersburg, PA, has reportedly died in an accident in Florida untimely and unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief. Gary Mahon, who had been ill for a relatively short amount of time prior to his passing at the Health Sciences Center on Wednesday, August 17th, 2022, had been 67 years old at the time of his passing. Due to his illness, he was admitted to the hospital. He passed away withoutrment or anguish of any kind ever having been a part of his life.
Mike and Eleanor, his parents, as well as his wife Mary, who was born Evans, all passed away before he did. Mary’s family name was Evans. Additionally, Mary was a member of the Evans family. His sisters Joan Maynard (Joe), Colleen Gordichuk (Mike), and Lynn Aitken, as well as his special friends Elizabeth Synard (Richard), Derek Walsh, and Henry Hutchings, as well as his dogs Katie and Beaugart, as well as a large circle of additional relatives and friends, are left with fond and loving memories of him. Additionally, his dogs Katie and Beaugart are left behind as well. Katie and Beaugart, two of the owner’s dogs, are also among those who remember him.
There are many people who cherish the memory of him and think of him with fondness, including his brothers Michael (Laurie) and Gerard (Judy). The memories of Gary will fill the hearts of his friends on Thorburn Lake with a feeling of warmth and affection for him. Everyone who works in the 4NA department at the Health Sciences Centre has the family’s utmost appreciation and gratitude. The family would like to express their thanks in the most sincere way possible. We will never forget how much you cared about Gary, and the compassion and thoughtfulness with which you expressed your condolences to him will be etched in our minds for the rest of our lives, and we will never forget how much you cared about us. When it came time to make a decision, the fact that Gary had previously expressed that he desired for his body to be cremated was taken into consideration.