Lasting Memories

Edward James McMahon
Feb. 10, 1943-June 20, 2013
Pleasanton, CA, California

Ed, resident of Ft Worth Texas, passed away on the 20th of June 2013, at the age of 70, peacefully with his family at his side in Waldorf Maryland. Ed was born on the 10th of February 1943, in Dubuque Iowa and raised in Pleasanton California. Ed graduated from Amador Valley HS in 1961, served his country honorably in the US Army. He retired from General Motors in 1999 after 37 years of employment. He was a proud member of the UAW Local 816, the National Rifle Association and enjoyed two decades of coaching baseball, playing softball, cooking, spending time with family, fishing and shooting at the gun range. Ed is survived by his sisters Patsy Lund, Barbara Mills, Bette Olivares, his two sons Master Chief Shawn McMahon, Jason (and wife Kim) McMahon and his six grandchildren Blake, Kailey, Mackenzie, Aydan, Grady and Maylee McMahon. At Mr. McMahon’s request there is no service being held, please send your condolences to 2202 Pinefield Road, Waldorf, MD 20601.

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2000 means many of my friends and family have served and continue to serve This makes us a generation desensitized and accustomed to conflict and war I have a sick feeling that if a time of peace ever actually happens again we will be suspicious of it"A final thought here Joe It ties together with this notion of being the new greatest generation What defines your generation that experienced 9/11 and served afterward as you think about leadership as you think about national purposeMR GOODWIN: Sure Well I think what is great about America what is great about any generation is 9/11 was a defining moment but it's not what defines our generation I think what's been go--so great about us throughout our history is to be able to encounter an event like 9/11 see what needs to be done try to overcome it but then go on with our lives Go on with the business of you know of work and play and you know and everything all together So while like I said while it is sort of definitional I don't think it 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