Larry McMahon

Larry McMahon

Passed on February 25, 2023

Nov. 1, 1961 – Feb. 25, 2023       Suddenly, we regret the passing of Larry McMahon, Loving son to Roy and Olive McMahon, Brother to Tim (Connie) Randy (Eleanore), Husband to Kathy, Dad to Derek and Brock, Grandpa to precious Bennett- Who put a twinkle in his eyes, And uncle to many nieces and nephews, And loved by the Brown Family.

Larry’s passions were his boys! A very devoted coach and manager through the boy’s minor sports – Never missing a game, His happy place was time spent at the rink and ball diamonds, He tried to golf – but as soon as his sons kicked his butt – he retired, He had a passion for farming – And there was no better season than hunting season, Always a fierce competition between Larry and his brothers – and sons and nephews when old enough to join the party.

Respecting Larry’s wishes – cremation has taken place and a private family gathering to celebrate his life will take place on a later date. We would like to thank the paramedics, and all family and friends for overwhelming kind words and condolences – For the many phone calls, texts, visits and cards and food deliveries Love, Hugs, and Support.

Sincerely Kathy Derek, Brock and Bennett


Growing up in Warren we travelled the Interlake playing ball and hockey. Each town/team had its respective leaders and the McMann brothers filled that role in Teulon. I always admired Larry’s “compete”, and he was a respected by both his own team-mates and those on the opposing teams.

Cam Baldwin

We are so very sorry for your loss. Our sincere condolences. Alan and Gail

Gail Schick

Sincere condolences to Kathy, Derek & Brock. Larry was a great man and was always great fun at the hockey rink and Norris Lake Picnics. Keep the memories close, they're treasures that last a lifetime.

Erin Larson

Sorry to hear about Larry’s passing

Vincent Fridfinnson

The Stonewall Flyers and Teulon Tigers had some epic battles. I happened to meet Larry a few times off the ice after we both retired from hockey. We both had stories and shared a few laughs. Such a nice man.

Blair Swanson

My condolences to Kathy and the boys!

Vivian and Gerry Cook

So sorry to hear of Larry's passing Kathy. So many memories of school fun, then years of broomball with Larry in the middle of it all. He will be sorely missed by many. My deepest condolences..

Laurie Campbell

Dear Kathy and Family. I am so sorry to hear of Larry's sudden passing. He was such a great coach and inspiration for the boys. I would like to pass on a big hug from my family to yours. Dale Baker

Dale Baker

To the Mcmahon family, We have memories. One was Baseball at Inwood Sports Day in 1970's and 80's. The three McMahon boys were always there and fun was had. It was an honor to have known Larry. He will be missed. We send our condolences, love, and support during this difficult time. May your treasured memories be a comfort to you all.

Leonard and Josie Lindley

Kathy, we were so shocked to hear of Larry’s passing. Please accept our sincere condolences & know that we are thinking of you & your family at this difficult time. We have such fond memories of Larry throughout the years but especially during our interactions when playing broomball way back when. Hugs to you.

Christine & Murray Campbell

Dear McMahon family. I am so incredibly sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. I am praying for strength during this time for your family and sending all my love.


Dear Kathy and family, our deepest condolences to you. Larry will be dearly missed. Many years spent at the hockey rink together will be fondly remembered. Karen and Ron Slykhuis

Karen Slykhuis

Dear Kathy and Family, Our deepest sympathy to you and all the McMahon and Brown families. I have so many memories of our high school days together and all the time the 3 of us spent at the rink. We are heart broken. Our thoughts are with you at this very difficult and heart breaking time. Love Brenda Balfour (Asham) and all of the Asham's.


Dear Kathy & family - my deepest sympathy to you & your entire family on the passing of Larry. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

Marie Senga

So sorry to hear of your sudden loss of your husband, father and grandfather Sending my condolences. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

Sylvia and David Yablonski

Kathy and Family, so very sad to hear of your loss. Larry was a great family man and community icon that will be truly missed by All. John and Lee Jones

John Jones

Kathy and family, My deepest condolences for your loss. Larry was a great man and a great cousin. He will be missed but always remembered!

Kelly Percy

My sincere condolences Kathy

Rene Bouvier

Hi Kathy and family, My deepest condolences from the Cheyne hockey family. Larry was a legend with the Teulon Tigers and one of the greatest captains most of us ever played with. Kathy you and Larry were always sitting with Stew and Roxy at most hockey events the pub, socials or back at the house, I’m sure some interesting conversations. I spoke with cousin Kevin about Larrys passing and the conversation came up that if Stew was the face of the Teulon Tigers senior hockey team Larry’s face was most likely on the other side of the coin. I am so glad the team had a reunion allowing us all to reconnect. He will be missed but always remembered!

Dwayne Cheyne

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