The Mary Lou & Arthur F. Mahone Fund
was created to help honor and advance the legacy of service and commitment to the Kenosha, Wisconsin, community that Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone represented during their lifetimes.
Mary Lou Mahone
A woman of substance and elegance, Mary Lou Mahone played a big role in Kenosha. She was a dedicated leader and activist to her community achieving much in her life, from being the first black PTA President in Kenosha, to being a charter member of the Boys and Girls Club.
Mary Lou Mahone was also a strong guiding spirit, bounding people with love and prayer. In her private life she was a lover of literature and music, a gourmet cook, and a keeper of African-American culture. Due to her life work, Kenosha has been made a better city for everyone.
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