In Memory Of

Mr. James E.
Mullooly
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Guest book

  • February 13, 2020
    I can remember getting hugs from him as a kid and he would take the wind out of me even in his mid 70’s. He was such a strong man. You will be missed gramps ❤️
    Colin Mullooly
  • February 13, 2020
    Donna & John Scala
  • February 13, 2020
    Donna & John Scala
  • February 13, 2020
    I have many fond memories of my Uncle Jim but what jumps out is his love & care for his mom, Nell Woods Mullooly in her later years. When she was staying at our house, Jim would visit often and they would swap stories and once in while sing. Those visits were so precious to her.
    Mary Ellen Shea
  • February 12, 2020
    It was with great sadness that we read about the passing of Mr. Mullooly. He was my fifth and sixth grade teacher in Grand Avenue School. I remember him very well. My husband remembers him also although he was not his student. He remembers him coming to the school while he was still a policeman. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Alice Lewis Cortese UHS70 and Thomas Cortese UHS 68.
    Thomas and Alice (Lewis) Cortese
  • February 13, 2020
    I can remember getting hugs from him as a kid and he would take the wind out of me even in his mid 70’s. He was such a strong man. You will be missed gramps ❤️
    Colin Mullooly
  • February 13, 2020
    Donna & John Scala
  • February 13, 2020
    Donna & John Scala
  • February 13, 2020
    I have many fond memories of my Uncle Jim but what jumps out is his love & care for his mom, Nell Woods Mullooly in her later years. When she was staying at our house, Jim would visit often and they would swap stories and once in while sing. Those visits were so precious to her.
    Mary Ellen Shea
  • February 12, 2020
    It was with great sadness that we read about the passing of Mr. Mullooly. He was my fifth and sixth grade teacher in Grand Avenue School. I remember him very well. My husband remembers him also although he was not his student. He remembers him coming to the school while he was still a policeman. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Alice Lewis Cortese UHS70 and Thomas Cortese UHS 68.
    Thomas and Alice (Lewis) Cortese
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  • February 13, 2020
    I can remember getting hugs from him as a kid and he would take the wind out of me even in his mid 70’s. He was such a strong man. You will be missed gramps ❤️
    Colin Mullooly
  • February 13, 2020
    Donna & John Scala
  • February 13, 2020
    Donna & John Scala
  • February 13, 2020
    I have many fond memories of my Uncle Jim but what jumps out is his love & care for his mom, Nell Woods Mullooly in her later years. When she was staying at our house, Jim would visit often and they would swap stories and once in while sing. Those visits were so precious to her.
    Mary Ellen Shea
  • February 12, 2020
    It was with great sadness that we read about the passing of Mr. Mullooly. He was my fifth and sixth grade teacher in Grand Avenue School. I remember him very well. My husband remembers him also although he was not his student. He remembers him coming to the school while he was still a policeman. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Alice Lewis Cortese UHS70 and Thomas Cortese UHS 68.
    Thomas and Alice (Lewis) Cortese
  • February 12, 2020
    Remember Jim's enthusiasm for sobriety and his loving and grace-filled spirit. He was a winner and extraordinary role model. He is going home to the peace and joy he so blessedly deserves. Love and prayers to the family.
    Vicky and Tom Jackson
  • February 12, 2020
    Lillian and jiseph Iannucci
  • February 11, 2020
    Tom and Linda Vollers