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Obituary- Brandon Patrick Mahoney

Frankfort, Ky. - Services for Brandon Patrick Mahoney, 31, formerly of Frankfort, will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday at Harrod Brothers Memorial Chapel.

He died Sunday at the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, following an extended illness.  Burial will be in the Frankfort Cemetery.

            He was born September 4, 1974, in Franklin Co.  He was an employee for Kentucky State Government as a Network Analyst.  He was a member of Good Shepherd Church.

            He is survived by his wife, Heather Roe Mahoney, Lexington; his Father, Donald W. Mahoney, Frankfort; his mother, Anne Jackson, Frankfort; his step-father, John Jackson, Frankfort; his step-mother, Sue Mahoney, Frankfort; two brothers, Mark Mahoney, Yorktown, VA, and Casey Mahoney, Frankfort; a sister, Leslie Mahoney McKinney, Lexington.; grandparents, Josephine Gregory and Mabel Jackson, both of Frankfort and was the son-in-law of Tom and Donna Roe, Scott’s Branch, Ky.

            He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Sarah Elliston, C.O. and Ethel Elliston, Boyd L. Mahoney and William Jackson.

            Rev. Wallace Kent will officiate.Bearers will be Mark Mahoney, Casey Mahoney, Ryan Roe, Zach Zang, Whit Salyers, Dennis Barker II, Bill Scott Jackson, and Brian Stigers. Honorary bearers will be Chase Logan, L.J. Tyree, and Shane Searcy.

            Friends may call Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m., at Harrod Brothers Memorial Chapel. Flowers are welcomed, but expressions of sympathy may be made to the Kentucky Trust for Life, 126 Walnut Street, Frankfort, Ky  40601 or to the charity of your choice. Harrod Brothers Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

            Online condolences may be made at

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