Linda Mahoney

Resided in Spalding, MI
Died May 28, 2024
Linda Maria Mahoney, age 76, of Spalding, MI passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, May 28, 2024.
Linda was born March 30, 1948 in Escanaba, the daughter of Lester and Virginia (LaBumbard) Carlson. She was a graduate of the Holy Name Catholic High School. Linda was a cook at the Redwood Restaurant in Powers for over 25 years and operated a catering business for 14 years. She enjoyed crocheting and attending craft shows under the title of Granny N Stitches. She was also the local Avon Lady.
Linda is survived by her significant other of 43 years, Bob Clemo, her children, Patrick (Kim), Todd (Claudia), Joe, Tim (Donna) and Mike Mahoney, Cary Coleman and Christie (Sherman) Morrell; 13 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren; her brother, Brad Carlson, her sisters, Brenda Brunette, Sally (Bob) Olsen, Barb Carlson and Marla (John) Moore; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
She was preceded in death by an infant brother, Richard and her parents.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Linda will be laid to rest in the Gardens of Rest Cemetery in Wells.

8 Tributes for “Linda Mahoney

    My mom touched many lives while she enjoyed her time on earth. With her kind heart and willingness to always help others, she created happiness in every situation. She did this while raising us kids, being an awesome grandmother, great grandmother, mother-in-law, sister, friend, and significant other. I love you mom and will miss you every day as we move forward, always hearing your voice when we need advice and remembering your smile when we need support. My heart breaks knowing you’ve moved on, but I know your spirit is with me as I try to carry your legacy forward. Thank You Mom. I love you.

    To Pat, Kim, and family:
    I am so sorry you have had to say goodbye to your Mom, Mother-in-Law, and Grandma. I am happy I had the opportunity to know her, through you, Kim, and through visits to her home for Avon. I will keep you in my prayers during the difficult days ahead.
    My sincere sympathy.

    To the family of Linda:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I have not seen any of the family for years but think of every one of you often. Have many fond memories of our time at the farm and at grandmas. May she rest in peace.

    Brad, Marla, Sally, Brenda, Barb, I know you all will miss Linda so very much. I remember all of you and have great fond memories of the Buckeye and the fun and mischief we would get into. I will never forget her kindness, love of fun, books, cooking. She was a dear friend.
    To Linda’s boys whom I have never met but heard so much about over your young years: Your mom was a dear friend in high school who loved reading and summer the most! We had so much fun as teens. I’m so sorry for your loss but know she will be remembered for a long time to come.
    Toni Bal

    My sincere sympathy to Linda’s family,
    I was in school with Linda from Buckeye School kindergarten through Holy Name high school graduation. She was an outstanding student. I remember her as kind and caring, she always made people feel comfortable and welcome.
    Rest in peace my old friend. You will be remembered by so many.

    Linda was a dear and precious friend. I still can’t believe she is gone so soon. I miss her sweet and kind friendship. many times I have called her for advice on so many things. She was who I turned to when I was unsure of situations or needed advice on this or that. She always had a ready answer. Her warmth and friendship was special. Gosh my dear friend, I miss you so.

    To the Mahoney and Carlson Family: So very sorry for your loss. Haven’t seen Linda in years but always remember the good times at Gramma Anna’s and the farm. May Linda rest in peace.

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