Billy Mahone Death – Billy Mahone III passed away on Monday, July 10, he was 39 years old. At the time of his passing, Mahone was serving as the senior director of strategic planning and partnerships for the South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH). 2021 was the year he started working for the company. Anissa, Billy’s wife, is the one he leaves behind.
During his 13 years with the Atlas Floors Carpet One team, Billy was an invaluable member of the staff. Not only does he leave a tremendous legacy and impact on the Atlas family, but he also leaves an incredible legacy and impact on the entire San Antonio city. Mahone was a graduate of Baylor University as well as a product of Leadership San Antonio’s Class 46 in 2022. Leadership San Antonio is a program run by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce that prepares students to become leaders across a variety of industries. Mahone was a member of the 2022 class. Mahone worked at Atlas Floors Carpet One in San Antonio, where he eventually became the company’s president and will remain in that role until the end of the year 2020.
Mahone, who in March was recognized as a San Antonio Business Journal 40 Under 40 honoree, worked as the senior director of strategic planning and partnerships for the nonprofit organization and was frequently cited in news articles that contextualized variations in the area’s homeless population. In the winter of 2021, he started working with SARAH in the capacity of director of community engagement for the charity.
Shortly before the catastrophic winter storm that year, Mahone started working for the charitable organization. On Saturday, August 5, at 11 a.m., there will be a get-together in the Oak Hills Church – Crownridge West Campus Auditorium to remember and celebrate the life of Billy. The location of the event is at 19455 IH-10, San Antonio, Texas 78257. This is the address.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to a number of philanthropic organizations that held a special place in Billy’s heart. These organizations include South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH), Christian Assistance Ministry (CAM), Charming Pet Rescue, and Each One Teach One.
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