So very sorry to hear of Mr. Mullin's passing. He was such a wonderful man to the MHS students. I fondly remember working in his office.
Ann Courtney Blake - MHS 1963
Dear Mrs. Mullin and Family,
I was very saddened to learn of my old friends death. We spent many hours together during my years at Milton High. He had a major influence on so many of us. He treated us well and we have never forgotten him. James G. Mullen,Jr. Class of 1969
Like everyone else, I am saddened to learn of Mr. Mullin's passing, but pleased to read the kind and positive comments in this guestbook. Clearly, a reflection of who he was. As a somewhat frequent visitor to his office nearly 50 years ago (MHS Class of '68) I too can honestly say I remember a good guy, who for the three years I recall never appeared angry or visibly upset at the stupid things we stupid kids would do. I suppose that made him a gentleman and a professional. Condolences and best wishes to Bill's family, friends and colleagues.
My sincere sympathies to the Mullin Family......
I was a member of the MHS class of 1967.
At that time Bill Mullin was advisor to the National Honor Society and assistant principal. I remember him as our mentor, lining us up in rows for our yearbook picture. He had enormous patience with us all. However, it was not until much later that I realized he was one of the most understanding and competent administrators I have ever known. When I returned to Milton High as a new teacher in 1971, I quickly came to appreciate his many talents as a kind and caring disciplinarian. I will never forget him!
Ellen Bergin Ahearn (Class of 1967)
In fond memory of Mr. Bill Mullin from the Class of 1978, Milton High School, Milton, MA