Steve M. Mulhollem
March 8, 1948 – July 27, 2018
CLAYTON – Stephen “Steve” Merle Mulhollem, 70, died suddenly on Friday. He was born in Johnston County to the late M. M. “Slim” & Nellie Reece Barnes Mulhollem. He served his country in the U. S. Marine Corps and worked for 30 years at Blount Industries. Steve could fix and do anything. He was good at making people laugh.
He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Diane Mimms Mulhollem of the home, sons, Keith Anderson (Joe Garrett) of High Point, Dave Merle (Sonya) of Archer Lodge, brother Mike Mulhollem (Connie) of Archer Lodge and grandchildren, Dylan & Macy.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the White Oak Bereavement Committee.
Memorial service 2 pm, Monday, White Oak Baptist Church.
Arrangements are with Strickland Funeral Home, 211 W. Third St., Wendell. www.stricklandfuneral.com
sorry for your loss prayers for the family
Sorry to hear about Steve,
Sorry to hear about your loss…praying for your family
Diane, i am so sorry to hear about Steve. He always had a smile and kind worsds. My condolences to you and your family.
I am so sorry for your loss! Steve was always so nice and sweet. You both lit up the store when you came in. He always had a kind word and a smile when buying feed for the chickens. Hudson’s won’t be the same without seeing him several times a week.
I am so very sorry for your loss…my thoughts and prayers are with you!
I met Steve and Diane while conducting a business transaction and they instantaneously became a friends. I enjoyed stopping by their home for a casual visit. Steve always had something witty to say and loved to laugh. I will miss that smile and the laughter as well as his kind gentle soul. Rest in peace my friend. Diane may God give you an inner peace of knowing you will be with him again one day in heaven.
So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing . Steve and I worked in the Tooling Department for many years at Blount.
I am so sorry to hear of the sudden passing of cousin Steve. I so much enjoyed going down to Archer Lodge and hunting with Steve and Mike and Uncle Slim. Steve’s smile and laughter is a carbon copy of Uncle Slim. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sorry for your loss.
We are sorry for your loss. We will keep you all in our prayers.
Diane, I can’t begin to tell you just how much I feel for you at this time. I have been were you are, but God was and still is my strength. I pray for Him to place his arms around you and give you strength now and forever. We love you all.