Ronald R. Mullikin

Died: Fri., Jan. 18, 2019


Celebration of Life

Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Century Hall


Visitation

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Century Hall


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Ronald R. Mullikin, age 87 of Wauzeka, passed away on Friday, January 18, 2019, at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veteran's Hospital in Madison, surrounded by his family.  He was born on September 1, 1931 in Bell Center, Wisconsin. The son of Gilbert and Gladys (Peak) Mullikin. He was a Army, Korean Conflict  Veteran.  He is survived by three sons and a daughter: Steve Mullikin of Boscobel, Bryan Mullikin of Gays Mills, Terry Mullikin and Fiancee Kellie Ronnfeldt both of Boscobel. Lori Anderson of  McGregor Ia.  8 Grandchildren, 12 Great-Grandchildren.  Three brothers: Virgil (Marion) Mullikin of Waldo Wi., Gary Mullikin of Waukesha, Kenneth Mullikin of Waukesha.  He was preceded in death by his parents, along with a brother Clifford Mullikin, two sisters: Mae Steinberg, and Shelby Bulut, also a grandson Steven J. Mullikin.

A celebration of Life Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Century Hall in Wauzkea.  Friends may call from 1:00P.M.-5:00P.M. at Century Hall in Wauzkea, on Saturday February 2, 2019.  Burial will be made at a later date in the Wauzeka Cemetery with military honors. The Kendall Funeral Service in Boscobel is assisting the family.  Online condolences can be sent to www.kendallfuneralservice.com

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Jerry & Connie Fenton
   Posted Wed January 23, 2019
Steve, Bryan, Lori and Terry,
Please accept our condolences on the recent loss of your father. Ronnie was an honest, hard working man all of his working life. Rest assured that he is now free from the hardships and disadvantages that he endured during his time on earth. Have this image of him in your mind as you look toward the heavens in the days to come and that is of Ronnie sitting in his lawn chair next to a river bank with his "Can of coffee" in one hand and one eye on his fish pole waiting for a "Bite."
God Bless,
Jerry & Connie Fenton

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