Robert Neil MULLIN 1922-2000

A biography

Robert Neil Mullin

Robert Neil MULLIN, "Bud", was born on 14 Jun 1922 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, USA. He was the son of Robert MULLIN and Alta Grace HAMMOND.

Robert married (1) Mary Agnes HOWARD 30 Mar 1943 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. The marriage ended in annulment.

Robert married (2) Ella V BEASLEY, "Pete", daughter of William Patterson BEASLEY and Ola Catherine SMITH on 17 Nov 1946 in Couer d'Alene, Kootenai County, Idaho, USA. The marriage ended in divorce. Ella was born on 12 Mar 1923 in Goodwater, Coosa County, AL. She died on 12 Sep 1994 in Milwaukie, Clackamas County, OR. She was buried in Sep 1994 in Hanover, Coosa County, AL, USA.

Robert married (3) Shirley Jean MOORE (living). The marriage ended in divorce.

Robert married (4) Dorothy Maureen COLVIN (living).

Robert Neil MULLIN attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.

Military: At the outbreak of WWII, Robert enlisted 4 Sep 1942 in the Army Air Corps at Spokane, WA. He served in England. After WWII, he was activated from the Air Force Reserves and served in the Korean Conflict.

In civilian life, Robert Neil MULLIN was first a salesman for lumber mill equipment, and later he owned a part interest in a lumber mill equipment sales company. He also held a civilian pilot’s license and owned a series of airplanes. After retirement, he divided his time between a home in Phoenix, Arizona and a home in Vancouver, Washington.

Robert died on 19 Dec 2000 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. The cause of death was Colon cancer. He was buried in Vancouver, Clark County, WA. He is survived by his fourth wife, 4 daughters from a previous marriage, and 4 grandchildren.

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