Mullis, Bernard Frederick

  • Published Date:
    09 January 2008

  • Source:
    Boston Standard
  • Location:

BERNARD Frederick Mullis has died at his home in Belton Close, Boston, after a long illness, aged 81.
had lived in Boston since retiring 17 years ago and leaves his wife of
56 years Marjorie, son Philip and sisters Sheila Martin and Enid Parish.th1_91200821untitled-3.jpg

Mullis worked for 28 years at Berrys Springs in West Bromwich and 18
months as a buyer in a steel firm before being a shop proprietor in
Birmingham for 20 years.

He loved football, cycling, cricket,
fishing, trains (steam or model railways), shooting, and was a football
referee in the Birmingham Sunday League.

The funeral at Boston Crematorium was conducted by the Rev Julie Doddrell.

family mourners were: Marjorie (wife), Philip and Jen (son and
daughter-in-law), Sheila Martin and Enid Parish (sisters), Bill and
Margaret Hawkes (brother-in-law and wife), Susan and David Pugh (niece
and husband), Christina and Neil Taylor, Scot and Sean (niece and
husband and sons), Jacqueline and Anthony DeVito, David and Catherine
(niece and husband and children), David and Louise Moore, Sam and
Louise (nephew and wife and children), David and Julie Martin,
Marie-Claire and Michelle (nephew and wife and daughters).

Arrangements by Carr Funeral Service.

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