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Steven Francis Mullen Jr.

1968 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Steven Francis Mullen Jr. Obituary
Steven Francis "Steve" Mullen Jr., 49, passed away at Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, Washington, on Saturday, March 10, 2018 from cardiac arrest secondary to the flu.

Steve was born in Hornell, New York, Oct. 3, 1968, and was the first child born to Steven Mullen Sr. (Deborah) and Jackie (Everett) Collins.

He had an extremely active lifestyle. Among his passions and accomplishments were dog mushing/racing, commercial fishing, gardening, hunting and coaching soccer for his children.

He lived in New York, Alaska, British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest. He moved to the Kasilof area New Year's eve 1980 At the age of 12 and spent over 20 years in the area.

He graduated from Soldotna High School. He began his married life in Kasilof, and in 1991 started his family with the birth of his first child Jeffri Mullen. He was happiest when he was enjoying nature, whether it was on a beach or on a mountain.

Steve was predeceased by grandparents Harold and Alice Kernan and Daniel and Ruth Mullen.

He is survived by his wife Tannis; parents Steve (Deborah) of Canaseraga, New York and Jacqueline (Everett) Collins of Sterling; sons Jeffri (Madi) Mullen of Washington, and Max Mullen of Washington; daughters Brandi (Ryan) Porada, of British Columbia, and Hayli Mullen of Washington; siblings Lori Barre of Washington, Wendy Morse-Gunn of Alaska, Anthony Nelson of Oregon, Corey (Staci) Mullen of New York, and Andy (Jessica) Mullen of New York; grandson Konnor Porada; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

A celebration of his life was shared on Camano Island Beach, Washington, on March 17, 2018.

A celebration of life followed by a potluck gathering will be held at the Kasilof Community Church in Kasilof at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 12. Please come and bring your memories to share and join in the potluck gathering.
Published in The Peninsula Clarion on May 6, 2018
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