Our family helping your family since 1908 - Generations of Excellence


George Mullen



George Mullen does not intend to rest in peace.

Between endless sports and recreational activities, a successful business, family fun, and kicking it up with friends, he had little time to rest, and, no doubt, will continue this level of activity at his next destination.

Despite a lifetime of shenanigans, George was serious when it came to restoring antique and classic vehicles, loving his family deeply, and dancing with sheer joy. In fact, it was during a square dance that he swept Sandra (McDonell) off her feet, and they married in 1960. George had two special daughters, Val Mullen and Jan McEwen, (who had to learn to check the oil and change a tire before getting a license), and gave his heart to his five treasured grandchildren. He will count on his five brothers to carry on in Mullen style - with hard work, humor, and the occasional Irish jig.

George''''''''s family will hold a celebration of his life at Namao School Gymnasium on Friday, January 17, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Stories like how his skidoo landed in a 40 ft. tree...... will be shared. Memories of the stray animals that became family.....will be cherished. And....we will dance.

In Loving Memory of
George Mullen
Share |
 Print Funeral Details
Funeral Service:
Celebration of Life
Friday, January 17, 2014
7:30 PM
Namao School Gymnasium
Located on highway 37 just slightly east of the highway 28 junction, across from Johnny’s store.
 View Map
Click here to visit our own
on-site Floral and Gift Store

Send Thoughtful Gifts via our own Edmonton based Funeral Chapel Flower Store
Send Flowers via our own Edmonton based Funeral Chapel Flower Store
© Connelly-Mckinley Limited     Condolences | Flowers | Chapel Locations | Funeral Planning | Advance Planning | After The Funeral | About | Contact | Site Map | Intranet