Kevin M. McMahon, 28, waiter, sports fan

October 29, 2004

Kevin Michael McMahon, a Baltimore waiter and sports fan, died of a heart attack Saturday at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Columbia resident was 28.

Mr. McMahon was born in Northampton, Mass., and moved to Columbia in 1976. He lived in the Netherlands from 1978 to 1981, when he returned with his family to Columbia.

The 1994 graduate of Centennial High School earned a degree in political science from Towson University in 1999. He also completed several graduate courses in political science at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Mr. McMahon had worked as a waiter at Remomo Cafe Italia in Arundel Mills, and for the last year had been a member of the wait staff at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant in downtown Baltimore.

He was an enthusiastic Boston Red Sox fan and was a member of the Baltimore Admirals, a social club.

A memorial service was held Wednesday at the Harry H. Witzke Funeral Home in Ellicott City.

Mr. McMahon is survived by his father, Kevin J. McMahon of Columbia; his mother, Sally C. McMahon of Elkridge; his stepmother, Kathleen McMahon of Columbia; and a brother, Brian John McMahon of Elkridge.

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