Mrs McMahon was a kind and loving sole, a great wife and mom and a great neighbor. I got to know Mrs McMahon thru friendships with her children and the other neighborhood children who she frequently invited into her yard. We played horseshoes, swam in her pool and ate her food. She was always generous and caring. Frequently inviting me and others for gatherings at her house. As I grew older she remained the same loving and caring person that I knew from my earlier life. I will never forget her and all the good times we had together up on Caldwell Ave. Rest in Peace Mrs. McMahon!You were loved by many. One of last genuine good people from the greatest generation.
I have so many childhood memories of Esther...playing horseshoes in the yard, picnics, talks while she sat in her chair on the sidewalk and the most vivid...swimming at Fountain Springs. "Kids" who grew up on "the hill" were always welcome in the McMahon yard for a hot dog to help celebrate Memorial Day, Fourth of July or whatever else was going on. Thank you for so many wonderful memories, you will always be remembered.