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Harry Mullikin

Seattle, Washington

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Harry MULLIKIN 1927 ~ 2011 Harry Mullikin passed away April 30th at their winter home in Tucson, Arizona. He was 84 years old. Harry was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas to William and LaVerne Mullikin. The family moved to Wenatchee, Washington when Harry was a teenager. It was there that he began...

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This one hits close to home. My Dad, Fred Sarbach, worked for Western Hotels and worked with Harry for many years. Dad was involved in the opening of the first tower of what is now know as the Westin Hotel. Having started himself as a stock boy in hotel pantries, he also worked up the ladder in the business, Dad held Mr. Mullikin in high regard. Such a loss - On behalf of the Sarbach Family, may God Bless those who have been touched by his passing.

...From elevator operator to Chairman of the American Hotel Assn.
Harry touched every base in- between. He was a great hoteman and touched many lives in a positive way. He will be remembered with great respect.
Bill & Penny Hulett

Dear Mullikin Family,
We are thinking of you and will miss Harry very much. He was quite a wonderful man and loved you all so dearly.
Love,
The Rubino Family

Harry guided us during the some of the best years in Westin's history. He set a high standard and was an inspiration to many. Our prayers are with Judi and the family.

Jeff and Irene Flowers

When Harry visited the properties at which I worked, he always had a pleasant word to say; which for a young person, was very important. Having left Westin in 1981, we met again by accident many years later in Hawaii at The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on the Big Island. I was amazed that he remembered me, everything about me and even knew what I was doing at the time. Our thoughts and prayers are with Judi and Harry's family.

Harry Mullikin provided the inspiration, support and friendship for many young people like me in our hotel business, his legacy is tangible in so many ways. Our memories, our thoughts are with Judi and the family always.