James Leslie (Jim) Mahon
18.1.1924 to 23.10.2020
Passed away peacefully in Swan Hill, late of Toorak. Loved husband of Marcelle (nee Borelli, Dec). Cherished father and father in law of Linda and Wayne, Chris and Bernadette, Tim and Gabby. Loved Grandpa of Anthony and Marika, Tim and Julia; Pat and Keetah, Ben and Camilla, and Bede; Paul and Kaz, Sarah and Tommy, Phoebe and Tom. Adored great Grandpa of Christian, Sam, Zoe, Lola, Charlotte, Wes, Billy, Bailey and Zion.
Reunited with Mum.
Funeral NoticePrivate service
In accordance with recent changes to funeral services private funeral prayers will be held for Jim followed by Burial at Springvale Cemetery.
A tribute can be left on our website as you remember Jim's life and to express condolences to the family whom are able to read, reflect and treasure.
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Sincere condolences to all the family On the loss of a wonderful gentleman
A great man , who had a great life . Condolences to Linda, Chris Tim and their respective families. Rest In Peace
Stephen and Caroline Day
I have so many wonderful memories of Grandpa. Visiting Gramps at work at his newsagencies, looking through his stamp collections, and scouring the newspapers with him that were scattered on the kitchen bench in Kooyong. When I was a kid, his 1980’s yellow Celica was the coolest car I had ever seen. I will miss you Gramps. We will miss you GG. Love always. Tim, Julia, Samuel and Zoe.
Our sincere sympathy to Linda, Chris, Tim and their families. Memories of a lovely and gentle man. Rest in Peace.
The Brady Family
Our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the entire Mahon clan on the loss of Jim. A life well lived. Thinking of you all today.
With all our love,
Dave and Sue
What a beautiful service in such un usual circumstances. What a remarkable man with such a exceptional family. Jim would have been very proud of you all, you did a wonderful job. Sending our love to you all from Sue, Mick, Angus & Alex Ritchie
Sincere sympathy Linda Chris and Tim
I worked for your father at Syndal and Glen Waverley great boss and a gentleman. We had many laughs and fun talking about customers and their funny ways There was a particular lady when your father saw her coming he would say she is yours !!!!!!!! We would always say at the end the customer is always right!!!! I met your Mother and Father many years ago through your Aunty Beth lived in East Oakleigh.
When Jim moved we lost contact as age was catching up on us with communication I have a hearing problem
and your father was not using his computer.
Love to you all Kath