John Alan MULLETT,


John Alan

March 2, 1945 ~ April 17, 2008

Suzzanne and family are saddened to announce the passing of her husband and best friend John Alan Mullett. John passed away at home in Brown’s Bay peacefully April 17th.

Predeceased by his parents Sydney Mullett and Edna Mullett. John is survived by his wife Suzzanne and their children Lori (Cody) Larson, David (Melissa) Mullett, Shawn (Germayne) Berry, Brent (Janna) Berry, Scott (Rebecca) Berry and adopted son Adam (Angie) St Amour

His grand babies, Ryan, Kayla, Riccardo, River, Ella, Quinton, Cory, Jack, Gabrialla, Damien, and Baby Berry. His loyal pet “Cuddles” who always smothered him with kisses.

Brothers Robert (Camille) Mullett – Ladner BC, and Norman (Gene) Mullett – Campbell River BC

Sister Jean Davies – Campbell River, BC. Brother-in-law James Elliott, Yass NSW Australia. Numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews .

Survived also by loyal childhood friends who remained so until the end of his life. John was born March 2, 1945 in Vancouver, BC. In the early 1970’s, he moved to Campbell River where he worked with his brother at M+B Appliances, started by his father. In later years, John became owner of Mullett Mobile Home Sales with Suzzanne. John was always proud to be able to help families starting out in life or hoping to retire in comfort.

John was very proud of his family. Always gave a shoulder to cry on and an ear to listen with. Welcomed a new family into his life when a lot of men would have walked away. Loved the babies coming into his life with a passion.

John and Suzzanne moved to Brown’s Bay in 2002 after building their dream home. Loved the joy of cruising the inlets in his boat “Askem II”, jigging for cod and at the end of the night enjoying a crab and a martini.

Many thanks to the GREATEST TEAM Dr. Rob Ramsey, Dr. Weir, Home Dialysis Unit, Jenny Dicastri, Bonnie Harper, Kidney Foundation, Linda (Doug) Graham, Neil (Barb) Bond, Bob (Camille) Mullett, David (Diane) Demedoff, Yuan (Judy) Monico, Diane (Russ) Rogers, Home Nursing, Home Support, Hospice, Harry (Mary) Snatic, Brown’s Bay Resort, Brown’s Bay residents, all our friends, and huge hugs for our children. To the grand babies – thank you, you gave “Papa” such pride.

A celebration of life will be held May 31, 2008 Campbell River Maritime Heritage Center, 621 Island Hwy. (beside fishing pier)

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