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William Costello Mullin II 1951 - 2012

William Costello Mullin II

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December 25, 2012
Will miss your calls to John ...
December 18, 2012
I only knew Bill From the fringes, but a more commanding,tough presence I have never known. R.I.P Mullins
December 16, 2012
It's been many years, but I have fond memories of Bill from high school. I remember mostly that big smile! My condolences to the family. JoAnn (Davidson) Hutchison
December 16, 2012
Bill was the toughest man that I ever knew and I was lucky to get to see him and have lunch with him in Seattle in 2010. R.I.P. my old friend!
December 13, 2012
In the 90's, Bill was a great neighbor and friend. To celebrate the first Earth Day in Montara, we cut down a tree in Bill's front yard. It fell onto the street and took out Bill's cable tv line. Bill was always suggesting that he borrow a Sheedy crane and remove a tree in my back yard. We trimmed it with a saw instead and took out part of his fence and Kathy's roses. She was not amused. However, she was greatly amused when we lost control of a gas powered fence post hole digger in Bill's front yard. It kept swirling around, stuck in the hole/clay, and we had to tackle it with a blanket to kill the motor. When Bill turned 40, he started surfing Montara Beach. When Devil's slide went out in '95, Bill rode his bike over Montara mountain into Pacifica to drive to work. RIP, your "beaver brother" Ray.

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