Pamela Hurn: Abt. 1955.
Died:Ed: Ed died at the age of 86 on June 23, 2009 at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.
- Claudia McMahon: Born in 1946. Her mother is Alyce Ferrell.
- Linda McMahon: Her mother is Alyce Ferrell.
- Jeffrey McMahon: His mother is Alyce Ferrell.
- Michael Edward McMahon: Born in 1951, Michael was a counselor for abused children. He died of liver cancer at the age of 44 on July 28, 1995. His mother is Alyce Ferrell.
- Katherine Mary McMahon: Ed and Victoria adopted Katherine when she was a few days old.
- Lex McMahon: His mother is Pam Hurn. Lex was adopted by Ed.
Pam: Fashion designer, advertising executive.
Residence:Pam and Ed lived in Beverly Hills, California. Their home had six bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Quotes About the Marriage of Pam and Ed McMahon:
Source: Stephen M. Silverman. "Ed McMahon Explains 'Embarrassing' Money Woes." People.com. 6/06/2008.
Ed: "I called Pam Hurn and we made a blind date, lunch at the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel ... From our first moment together she was so easy to be with."
Source: Ed McMahon, David Fisher. For Laughing Out Loud: My Life and Good Times. 1999. pg. 303.
Ed had two previous marriages.
- Alyce Ferrell: Ed and Alyce were married on July 5, 1945 in Atlantic City in a new Catholic church on a naval base that had not been consecrated. The couple divorced in 1976. They had four children.
Ed: "Alyce Ferrell was adorable. She was working at the St. John's Shipyards as a secretary. We had met at the Officers' Club, where she was serving as a Junior Chamber of Commerce volunteer hostess ... We couldn't have been any more different ... There was a sweetness about her that I found irresistible."
Source: Ed McMahon, David Fisher. For Laughing Out Loud: My Life and Good Times. 1999. pgs. 62-63.
Ed: "The Tonight Show certainly contributed to the end of my first marriage. Alyce raised our children while I was out building my career ... There was no such thing in our home as a family dinner ... Being forced to move to Los Angeles  was the breaking point for our marriage."
Source: Ed McMahon, David Fisher. For Laughing Out Loud: My Life and Good Times. 1999. pg. 223.
Ed: "And there was a time when being married became a burden. I just wasn't being married very well. I wasn't running around, I wasn't having affairs, but it seemed as though I was always traveling or always busy."
Source: Ed McMahon, David Fisher. For Laughing Out Loud: My Life and Good Times. 1999. pg. 272.
Ed: "Four weeks later [after first date], on Valentine's Day, I told her, 'you are the valentine of my life.' A year later I proposed."
Source: Ed McMahon, David Fisher. For Laughing Out Loud: My Life and Good Times. 1999. pg. 290.