Mr. Mulhall was born in Astoria, Queens, NY, on July 22, 1947, the son of Thomas and Mary (Egan) Mulhall. He was raised in Astoria attending Most Precious Blood Parochial School, and graduating from Thomas Edison High School in Queens, Class of 1965.
He proudly served his country in the United States Army, serving three years active duty with a tour in Vietnam. He was honorably discharged from active service at the rank of sergeant.
Mr. Mulhall had been employed at the Brattleboro Retreat as a plant engineer for more than 20 years.
Previously he worked as a plant engineer at various hospitals in New Jersey including Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck.
A resident of Brattleboro for the past 14 years, he was a former resident of West Dover where he was an active volunteer on the West Dover Fire Deptartment.
He was a past Grand Knight and member of the Knights of Columbus, Leo Council #917, and a Fourth Degree member, Leo Assembly #1154. He was also a past member of the VFW in Brattleboro.
Mr. Mulhall enjoyed genealogy and was very proud of his Irish heritage.
He enjoyed travel, playing cards, and was known for his story-telling abilities. He was an avid New York Yankees and New England Patriots fan.
He was first married to Wendy Elmquist who is deceased.
He later married Kelley Patrick in West Dover on November 21, 1997.
Besides his loving wife of 15 years he leaves four daughters, Kendra Mulhall, at home, Shannon Simonelli, of Fresno, CA, Colleen Briski, of Westminster, CA, and Heather Mulhall, of Brattleboro; one brother, John Mulhall, of Winter Haven, FL; and four grandchildren. Other survivors include many nieces, nephews, and several cousins.
He was predeceased by one brother, Andrew Mulhall, and a sister, Mary Thomas.
The Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 11 am at St. Michael Roman Catholic Church with Rev. James Dodson, celebrant.
Burial with full military honors will be in Long Island (NY) National Cemetery.
Memorial contributions in Mr. Mulhall’s name may be made to a charity of one’s choice. To sign an online register book or send messages of condolence to the family please www.atamaniuk.com. Arrangements are under the direction of the Atamaniuk Funeral Home.