In memory of
Roderick James "Rod" McMahon
In memory of
Roderick James "Rod" McMahon
Our beloved husband, father and son, Roderick "Rod" James McMahon of Willis, TX passed away January 20, 2021. He was born in Long Island, NY on October 12, 1943. Rod graduated from Havlock High School in North Carolina and received a Bachelor of Business degree from Memphis State University. He joined the US Air Force and while stationed at Ramstein AFB Germany, he met his future wife Jamice Gaygan McMahon. They were married on November 11, 1967. In 1987, Rod and Jamice founded North American Metals Inc.; a family venture that continues to thrive to this day. It was one of his many passions in life. The foundation of which centered around relationship building that encompassed employees and customers first, and equally as important, vendors and competitor/colleagues. He was a leader, a mentor, a counselor, and most importantly a friend to all. Rod carried through his personal and business life an open-door policy to all that knocked on it. A kind and most generous soul; a character that one could only hope to emulate. Rod loved life, his other passions included his family, friends, shooting sports, all things dogs, and his enduring and fervent support of local law enforcement. Rod never met a stranger and was first to lend a hand to ANYONE in need. He is survived by his mother, Victoria Askew, his wife of 53 years Jamice McMahon, his son Rome McMahon and wife Kate and children Law and Blake of Austin, TX; his son Troy McMahon and Ashley and children Ty, Trace, Tatum and TJ of Montgomery, TX; his brother Vincent K. McMahon and wife Linda and their son Shane McMahon and wife Marissa and sons Declan, Kenyan and Rogan and daughter Stephanie McMahon Levesque and Paul and daughters Aurora, Murphy and Vaughan. Funeral arrangements postponed, new schedule will be forthcoming. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the following: Three Labs and Friends Rescue and Sanctuary, P.O. Box 62183, Houston TX 77205, Tunnels to Towers Foundation www.tunnel2towers.org or any military (active or veteran), law enforcement association, or animal rescue of your choice.
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Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home
18000 Interstate 45 S
The Woodlands, TX 77384
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In memory of
Roderick James "Rod" McMahon
Our beloved husband, father and son, Roderick "Rod" James McMahon of Willis, TX passed away January 20, 2021. He was born in Long Island, NY on October 12, 1943. Rod graduated from Havlock High School in North Carolina and received a Bachelor of Business degree from Memphis State University. He joined the US Air Force and while stationed at Ramstein AFB Germany, he met his future wife Jamice Gaygan McMahon. They were married on November 11, 1967. In 1987, Rod and Jamice founded North American Metals Inc.; a family venture that continues to thrive to this day. It was one of his many passions in life. The foundation of which centered around relationship building that encompassed employees and customers first, and equally as important, vendors and competitor/colleagues. He was a leader, a mentor, a counselor, and most importantly a friend to all. Rod carried through his personal and business life an open-door policy to all that knocked on it. A kind and most generous soul; a character that one could only hope to emulate. Rod loved life, his other passions included his family, friends, shooting sports, all things dogs, and his enduring and fervent support of local law enforcement. Rod never met a stranger and was first to lend a hand to ANYONE in need. He is survived by his mother, Victoria Askew, his wife of 53 years Jamice McMahon, his son Rome McMahon and wife Kate and children Law and Blake of Austin, TX; his son Troy McMahon and Ashley and children Ty, Trace, Tatum and TJ of Montgomery, TX; his brother Vincent K. McMahon and wife Linda and their son Shane McMahon and wife Marissa and sons Declan, Kenyan and Rogan and daughter Stephanie McMahon Levesque and Paul and daughters Aurora, Murphy and Vaughan. Funeral arrangements postponed, new schedule will be forthcoming. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the following: Three Labs and Friends Rescue and Sanctuary, P.O. Box 62183, Houston TX 77205, Tunnels to Towers Foundation www.tunnel2towers.org or any military (active or veteran), law enforcement association, or animal rescue of your choice.
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Services Provided By
Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home
18000 Interstate 45 S
The Woodlands, TX 77384
Past Services ╲╱
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