James Joseph "Jim" Mulhern

06-Oct-1941 - 09-Jan-2023

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Posted by Susan Istrati-Gloutnez | 29-Jan-2023

My deepest sympathies to Mona and family on your loss. Jim had reached out to me when he was doing the Istrati genealogy. I am keeping you all in my prayers.

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Posted by Margo Bettger-Hahn | 28-Jan-2023

We have many fond memories of coffee times at Tim Horton’s with Dad and Jim and the rest of the gang. Time well spent. Sincerest sympathy, The Bettger family.

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Posted by Stephanie Cloet | 27-Jan-2023

Jim was always a pleasure to chat with. We will miss running into him around Town, and at the beach where he was always up for a talk while enjoying an ice cream cone. Our sincere condolences to Mona & the Mulhern Family.

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Posted by David and Diane Snyder | 26-Jan-2023

Jim's love of Goderich was reflected in his very being. He shared with me his love of the theatre and I shared in return, times and tales from my career as producer of the famous Heavy Organ Sound and Light Spectacular, in which I performed on the Light Organ transcribing the music of JS Bach into visual essence performing it to gigantic crowds .He gave me assurance in my times of friendly need when he believed me to be suffering and seeking from me only my continued friendship.Everyone who met him just had to love him, laugh with him when he shared his great sense of humor. He stood ready to stand with anyone seeking the strength of a great friend and he did it in the name of our Lord. Jim,,I will miss you but I rejoice for you having found the greatest friend with whom to celebrate life eternal .

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Posted by Debbie Whitmore | 21-Jan-2023

Prayers are with Mona and family at this time of Jim’s passing. I remember him at Mass with his faithful presence and pleasant smile. God bless .

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Posted by Sean Foley | 19-Jan-2023

I first met Jim and Mona, back in 1985, when Garry Hunter was sworn-in as a Judge of the Provincial Court in Goderich.
Later in the 1990’s, Margaret and I got to know him very well, as we sailed around Lake Huron, for 10 summers or so.
With Garry as our Captain, Jim as Number 2, affable Bob as number 3, we visited Sarnia, Michigan, Kincardine,
Port Elgin, Tobermory, the North Shore and Little Current. One of our favourite places was Bayfield.
We saw him also whenever Mona was exhibiting her Art in Niagara.
Jim was the quintessential gentleman. He was modest, talented, and great company. We shall all miss him.
Lots of love to you, Mona, and the family.
Sean Foley and Margaret Matyus

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Posted by Floyd Herman | 19-Jan-2023

An amazing man with a sparkling wit. Our paths crossed thanks to Goderich Little Theatre, and those days of the Froggie Awards in the 80's were epic. Condolences and love to Mona, family and friends. Floyd & Liz Herman

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Posted by Herbert Marshall | 19-Jan-2023

So sorry Mona and family. Jim as I knew him was thoughtful ,gentlemanly ,giving of his time and a pleasure to be with. He will have left his mark. Goderich will miss him.

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Posted by Eileen George | 18-Jan-2023

We, the John Foran Family, are sorry to learn of Jim's death. he worked hard on researching our geneology throughout the COVID lockdown time. We appreciate the time and effort that Jim put into this project. Even though Jim is gone, we have the the treasure of his work. I, Eileen George, enjoyed the times that I, personally met with Jim, and the telephone conversations that we had about the John Foran Family Tree.
Our deepest sympathies during your time of loss.
John Foran Clan

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Posted by Barry Page | 18-Jan-2023

My heartfelt condolences to Mona and Family. I knew Jim for many years and enjoyed his company and knowledge of local history. He had an infectious smile, and will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace, Jim.

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