OBITUARY: John T. “Jack” Mullin, 48

WILMINGTON, MA — John T. Mullin – Age 48, loving husband of Pamela E. (Clements) Mullin, died tragically on Monday at the Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME after sustaining fatal injuries suffered from being struck by a car.

He was born in Rahway, NJ, May 15, 1968, beloved son of John S. and Marilyn (Gillis) Mullin of Billerica, and later resided in Wilmington, MA.

Jack graduated from Shawsheen Valley Technical High School class of 1986 and later received a degree from Salem State College. He was employed as a well respected and successful Director of Sales for Metro PCS division of T-Mobile in CT and upstate NY.

In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by his sons, Sean Mullin of Tyngsborough and Blaise Mullin of Wilmington; his daughter, Sara Mullin of Tyngsborough; his step daughters, Kayla Wetherbee and husband Michael of Billerica and Paris Dunford of Wilmington and his sisters, Jennifer Barbaro and husband Eric of Londonderry, NH and Allyson McCormick and husband Keith of Methuen, Papoo to Jaedyn and Austin Wetherbee of Billerica , as well as several nieces, nephews, and extended family.

Jack was a dedicated husband and father, who knew the true value of family. He will forever be remembered for his “bad” jokes and witty sense of humor. Jack had a true love for life. His enthusiasm for sports and politics was by far “off the charts”. Not only was he an avid softball player, he was a proud parent on the side lines with his children’s sports. Jack left a piece of himself with everyone he knew. He was one of the fortunate ones to have found his “soul mate” when he found his wife, Pam. He will forever be in all of our hearts.

Visiting hours will be held Friday at the SWEENEY MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 66 Concord Rd., Billerica from 3-7 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be held Saturday at St. Theresa Church, 465 Boston Rd., Billerica at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Mullin Children Fund, Donations may be made in person at your local Citizens Bank.

John T. Mullen
John T. Mullin

(NOTE: The above obituary is from Sweeney Memorial Funeral Home.)

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  1. I hope this reaches his family and friends. I am so sorry . I’m so sorry I couldn’t have done mone. I was just a person their, walking out of the store down the street when my friend I was with told me what she had just witnessed. I ran as fast as I could and was the first one their. I can promise you he was never alone, that I did everything I could of. I wish I could of done more. I can’t imagine what you all are going thought. But I need you to know I’m sorry I couldn’t of helped him more. In just the short time I was next to him, he thought me the greatest lesson of all in life. From the bottom of my heart I wish I could of done more, I wish I could have saved him. I say a prayer every day for all of his family and friends. I’m so sorry!

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