Hugh (Pat) Mahoney Sr, 88, loving husband, father, grand father and great grandfather died, Wednesday, January 30th at National Church Residences - Lincoln Village.
Pat served in the United States Navy. He has owned several properties and businesses in the Columbus area, over the years. He was a lifetime member of the Moose Lodge, American Legion and the Masonic Lodge for over 60 Years...to name a few. He loved all sports! He had season tickets for OSU football for years and very rarely missed a Columbus Clippers game when the stadium was on Mound Street.
Pat was preceded in death by his parents, Ruby and Bart Mahoney of Mount Serling, OH, his loving wife Betty Mahoney, brothers; Lou, Bart and John Mahoney, and sisters; Louise and Elsie
Pat is survived by sister, Jeannie (Tom) Whiteside of Mount Sterling , son, Pat Jr (Becky) Mahoney and daughter, Peggy (Steve) Owen, grandchildren, Ashley and Colleen Owen.
Caregiver/granddaughter, Jill Mahoney and Jill’s mom; Coni Mahoney. Grandson, Joe (Brandy) Mahoney and great grandsons, Joey and Blake Mahoney and extended family and friends.
Gratitude from granddaughter Jill:
I want to thank the few friends and family that took the time to visit and/or call my Grandpa especially the few from Columbus Clippers. That really meant a lot to him. As primary caregiver, I really got to know my Grandpa over the last year and a half. He was thoughtful, caring and a joy to be around! We had fun going to the pool, trying new places to eat, ice cream after (sometimes before) every meal, playing board games and lots of cards. He told some very interesting stories too! A couple of his sayings I won’t forget, “I helped him get started” and “You’re the Boss!” He will be missed.
A VERY special thank you to my Mom and National Church Residences staff for everything. I couldn’t have done it without you!
Please make donations to National Church Residences so they can continue to help our Seniors https://www.nationalchurchresidences.org/ Thanks again!
At the request of the family, there will be no funeral service. Arrangements have been completed at JERRY SPEARS FUNERAL HOME with CREMATORY, 2693 W. Broad St.