John Francis Mulholland
age 56, passed away on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 in Saint Louis, Missouri. Son of Lucretia Mulholland and the late Robert L. Mulholland, loving father, hero, and rock to Theodore J. Mulholland, brother to Robert (Kim) Mulholland, Kevin (Cathy) Mulholland, and Matthew Mulholland, nephew of Kathleen (Jay) Fields, fun-loving uncle to Robert H., Rebecca, Jennifer, Christopher, Kelly (Ryan) Johnson, and Audrey; great-uncle to Carly Johnson, and mentor, coach, and father-figure to Ashley and Erika. John’s happiest times were spent at Lake Norfork (AR) surrounded by his family and friends. He was the King of Christmas, and his Fourth of July cannon was second to none.
Services: A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Cancer Society.
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Sheila saysApril 27, 2020 at 9:56 pm
To the family of John,
My deepest sorrow and sympathies to TJ and you all on the homecoming into heaven of your dear John. What a selfless, kind, giving and humble servant he was. I am truly blessed to have known him. But now John is in the loving arms and presence of our Lord and Savior, and for that I’m thankful.
Praying for God’s peace and comfort that only He can give during this time.
And John- thank you for being a friend, and for the beautiful shrubs over the years.
So long for just a little while. ✝️
Pat & Jerry Uebelhor saysApril 22, 2020 at 3:01 am
So very sad. John was really a great guy. My wife and I only had the pleasure of knowing John for two years, but in that short time found him such a kind hearted and likable person.
I will never forget the fun we had fishing the surf from the beach at perdido key. Not only was John a good fisherman; he was an excellent cook. I use his baked fish recipe quite often.
Your home now John where every day is sunny and the fish always biting. Miss you John.
Chris saysApril 1, 2020 at 12:28 am
I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences. When we are grieving the loss of a loved one, we can find comfort from the scriptures.
Psalm 55:22 promises that God will sustain us if we just throw our burdens on him. So we need to remember to pray.
I look forward to seeing him in the resurrection when he will again be enjoying friends/family. (John 5:28,29).
I hope these scriptures bring you as much comfort as they bring me.
Rachel Yost saysMarch 30, 2020 at 8:26 pm
You were a pleasure to serve alongside and you will be missed something awful. Your generous and jovial spirit drew others, inspired many and blessed all. Thank you for being you. Heaven is rejoicing upon your arrival–I wish I could see it!
Our hearts and thoughts are with TJ, Susie and the rest of the family. He loved you all so much. It was so evident in who he was and how he spoke about all of you. You all were his life.
Praying for you all.
Love and blessings,
Rachel and the fam
Mark and Connie Schlitt saysMarch 28, 2020 at 3:29 pm
Our sympathies go out to the entire Mulholland family. Prayers of peace and strength. May the Lord shine on His faithful servant, John as he’s welcomed into His waiting arms. Job well done John, it’s time to come home.