Dennis Mahoney

Dennis Mahoney

Dennis Mahoney

Aug. 18, 1956 – Oct. 14, 2020

Dennis Mahoney age 64, of Wasilla, Alaska passed away at his home on Oct. 14, 2020 in Homer, Alaska.

Dennis was proceeded in death by his parents, Paul and Iona Mae Mahoney; sister, Virginia; and granddaughter, Natalie. Dennis is survived by his children, Gideon, John, Jason, Victoria and Heather; and grandchildren, Kyler, Oriana, Savanna, Shealie and Casin.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020 at the Grotto Iona, at the Mahoney family homestead in Wasilla, Alaska. A celebration of life potluck will follow the services at the Mahoneyville homestead. Please bring a dish to share.

No masks are required. Please note that there has been a family member who tested positive for COVID-19 on Oct. 18. The burial service will be outside with room to distance.

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