Marine Corps Lance Corporal Ronald Mahoney III

added to Delaware County Armed

Services Tribute Board



Delaware County Council welcomed U.S Marine Corps Lance Corporal Ronald Mahoney and several members of his family members to the Government Center to post his photo on the Armed Services Tribute Board on March 14.

“As we go about our daily lives, it’s easy to forget that brave men and women continue to risk their lives every day to keep us safe here at home. Delaware County is committed to remembering and to supporting our troops until they are safely home,” said Chairman John McBlain.

“One way we honor our troops is by posting their photo on the Armed Services Tribute Board and by recognizing their families,” McBlain said. “Today we recognize USMC Lance Corporal Ronald Mahoney.”

U.S.M.C. Lance Corporal Ronald Mahoney grew up in Ridley Park and graduate of Ridley High School. After attending Millersville University Lance Corporal joined the Marine Corps a year ago on March 13, 2017. Since then he has accomplished much. He has been awarded a Rifle Expert medal, a National Defense ribbon, and a Global War on Terrorism Service medal.

The Armed Services Tribute Board recognizes Delaware County’s courageous men and women who are actively serving in the military. It offers an opportunity for residents and County employees to recognize members of the military and to write to them to show support.

Delaware County residents who have family members actively serving in the military are invited to submit a 4 x 6 color photograph of the individual, along with the soldier’s name, town of residency and their official military address to The Public Relations Department, Room 226A, Delaware County Government Center, 201 W. Front St., Media, PA 19063.

Photos and information can be sent via e-mail to Katherine Morrone at morronek@co.delaware.pa.us.




Council honors Lance Corporal Mahoney for his service

Delaware County Council honored U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Ronald Mahoney III by having his family place his photograph on the Armed Services Tribute Board during a ceremony on March 14th in the Government Center lobby. Shown at the ceremony are, from left, Vice Chair Colleen Morrone, Councilman Brian Zidek, his sister Sara Mahoney, his father Ronald Mahoney Jr., his mother Holly Mahoney, Chairman John McBlain, Councilman Mike Culp, and Councilman Kevin Madden.