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In memory of Benjamin Mahoney

Created by Family Of Benjamin Mahoney

Benjamin Mahoney

He was the brother, the son, the nephew and the loving caring friend. He is missed by many.
I'll never forget how every time I saw him, he would act so excited to see me as I would to him. "Hey, Katie," he would yell to me as he walked through the door. "Ben!" I called as I ran up to him and hugged him.
I'll never forget how he would always tell me that if I ever get scared in the middle of the night, I can just go to him and he'll protect me.
I'll never forget the last time I saw him on Thanksgiving '00. I would have never thought that would be the day.
R.I.P. Ben, I love you so much!

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Guest Book


1. Angela Gwynn Mother Of Dallas Nguyen
Time does not fade the missing, the longing for our beautiful lost ones. We miss and long for them forever. Benjamin Mahoney will NOT be forgotten. Not by those who loved and knew him, nor by the family here at ~Love and Peace to you from Seattle~
2. Elaine Davidsmama
Thank you so much for the heart felt words of love. Even though it has been this long, it never goes away. We still have love that is alive and it never fades.Enjoy your memories and cry every time you need to.We all do! We all wish that we could make a difference and prevent someone else's death from drugs, whatever the drug of choice. My son's was cocaine and pain killers and he died from a combo of methadone and cocaine. Please stay in David's Memorial page
3. Theresa Basting Mother Of Jason Basting
Katie, thank you for sharing your love for your brother with us. I am so sorry for you and your families loss. God's peace be with you.