Gerald “Mark” Mahan Lifelong resident of Lowell, MA

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Gerald “Mark” Mahan, 63, of Lowell, MA, passed away Thursday, March 28, 2024 at his home after a long illness.

Mark was married to Louise (Lobao) Mahan with whom he celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary on October 12, 2023. Born in Lowell, he was the son of the late Gerald Mahan and Eleanor (Connoly) Mozol.

Mark retired from the City of Lowell in 2011 after 23 years working as a school custodian. Prior to working for the city, he worked as a roofer for Stack Huges Roofing company.

Besides his wife Louise, he is survived by his beloved daughter and her significant other, Meghann Mahan and Phanna Orng of Lowell, his brother and his wife, Walter and Lori Mahan of New Hampshire, his sister Mary Jane Rudy of Lowell, his brother and sister-in-law, Brian and Linda Lobao of Northwood, NH, his dear friend John Wojcik of Tyngsborough, his several nieces and nephews, and his two dogs Bella and Bentley. He was the brother of the late Carlene Foster, brother-in-law of the late Tony Lobao, and son-in-law of the late Virgina Lobao.

The family of Mark Mahan would like to thank the doctors and staff at Merrimack Valley Internal Medicine and the staff at Home Away From Home for their compassionate care.

In accordance with Mark’s requests, services will be held privately at a later date.

6 responses to “Gerald “Mark” Mahan Lifelong resident of Lowell, MA”

  1. John Wojcik says:

    My deepest condolences to the Mahan family. I couldn’t ask for a better friend than Mark growing up together in the highlands. So many good times, the memories we shared will always make me smile. He was a true friend for life. Rest in peace Mark.

  2. R Mantz says:

    Holding your family in prayer in the midst of your loss.

  3. Brenda strules says:

    Mark ur gonna be missed,The angels got a Great guy. Fly High my friend….🌞🙏💔

  4. Maritza says:

    Our condolences to you and all the family. May he rest in peace.

  5. Brian Gerace says:

    To the Mahan Family,

    God bless Mark, we have many wonderful memories of him from our days on Hillside and Bellevue St. He was a great friend of both of my older brothers. May he truly rest in peace.

  6. Felicia H Levister says:

    I am sorry for the intensity of the pain you feel right now. I pray that in due time your family moves to that place where your memories of Mark bring more smiles than tears. And so now it is the dance of letting go. Remember and laugh – remember and cry. Tell the inside family jokes. Sing the songs. How we were, what we shared is what we get to keep as we learn to live with
    out them. May you be held in God’s love as you heal.

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