AFL’s Essendon FC Mourn Death of Former Chairman McMahon
By iSportconnect | July 1, 2014
Australian Football League (AFL) side Essendon FC have confirmed that former Chairman Graeme McMahon has died.
McMahon was Chairman for the Bombers during a successful period between 1996-2003, abortion but sadly lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday.
Current chairman Paul Little paid tribute to McMahon and said: “As a club we are extremely saddened by the passing of Graeme, anabolics an Essendon man through and through.
“Graeme was a fantastic husband, father and businessman and he left a tremendous legacy as chairman of the Essendon football club.
“Graeme was a person of integrity and his energetic approach enabled the club to become a powerhouse both on and off the field.”
Under his leadership, the Bombers moved to the Etihad Stadium and announced itself as debt-free in McMahon’s final year in charge.
He oversaw three straight premierships from 1999-201 and one flag in 2000.
He leaves behind his wife Glenys and their sons Brett and Brad.