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16 Pleasant Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: 207-622-9311
Fax: 207-622-9313
Gerald Mahoney

Gerald T. "Gerry" Mahoney

Tuesday, October 14th, 1941 - Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
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HALLOWELL, MAINE
Gerald T. “Gerry” Mahoney - age 78, died September 1, 2020 at Alfond Center for Health in Augusta, ME after an extended illness.
He was born in Standish, MI on October 14, 1941 the son of Charles Mahoney and Helen (Stawowy) Mahoney.
He attended the University of Michigan, where he played on the school's baseball team and was invited to attend the Detroit Tigers' training camp. He chose instead to pursue a law degree at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. While there, he met a beautiful English secretary named Wendy Scholes and fell in love. They were married for 53 years.
Prior to his retirement, he was employed as a Special Agent by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for many years. In 1996, he was named Agent of the Year by the Bureau. He served in the Bureau's Philadelphia, Boston and Augusta offices, working many cases across the country as well. In his retirement years, he would often regale friends and family with amusing accounts of the various characters he encountered during the course of his investigations.
He was a natural story teller, which led to his second career as a published author, educator, and community leader. In 2003, he published Ardent Spirits, a history of the Franklin Debating Society, a group of young men based in Hallowell in the early 1800s. Mr. Mahoney taught seminars on local history at the University of Maine at Augusta. He was active with multiple local organizations, including Row House, the Hubbard Free Library, the Hallowell Waterfront Project, the Streets of Hallowell, the restoration of the last intact crane from Hallowell's granite history, and Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead. He was honored by the city of Hallowell during its Old Hallowell Days celebrations.
Mr. Mahoney was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Hallowell. He owned a historic property on Granite Hill, and took great pleasure in researching its history.
Surviving is his wife Christina Wendy (Scholes) Mahoney of Hallowell, his daughter and son-in-law, Kate and Glen Varns of Minneapolis, and his son and daughter-in-law, Jeffrey and Laurie Mahoney of Cary, NC. They will all miss him very much.
Visiting hours and services will be announced at a later date.
Memorial donations may be made to: Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead, 2 Litchfield Road, Hallowell, ME 04347.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Plummer Funeral Home, 16 Pleasant St., Augusta, ME.
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Friends at UMA Senior College

Posted at 08:58am
Sending our sincerest condolences.
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Dan Sughrue

Posted at 05:23pm
Wendy and Family,
Please accept our sincere condolences and offer prayers for Gerry.
Dan & Aggie Sughrue
Bow, NH
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Pam and Tony St. Peter

Posted at 03:01pm
Wendy and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. We miss seeing Gerry pass by our home every day on his walks.

Pam and Tony St. Peter
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Cathie Murray

Posted at 08:44pm
Wendy and family, I am so sorry to hear of Gerry's passing. We thought he had years more of stories to tell, history to research and wisdom to share. Gerry contributed to so many citizen efforts in Hallowell. I worked with him primarily at the Vaughan Woods and Historic Homestead. He always brought such good energy along with a brilliant smile and a good chuckle to anything that needed doing. And anyone who enjoys the Granite City Park by the river with the old crane and the boardwalk has Gerry to thank. He and Al Hague would not rest until that became reality and we all benefit from their persistence and hard work. Thank you Wendy and family for sharing Gerry with us. I am sorry for your loss. He will be missed.
GK

Gary Koelsch

Posted at 08:26am
Gary Koelsch
Gerry and I were on the undefeated Standish High School baseball team in 1958. My brother Ron and Gerry were both left handed pitchers. Gerry was one of the nicest guys I ever knew. My condolences to the family.
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