Robert Mullin, 64; U.S. Army Veteran, 40-year Employee of Rudy's Executive Transportation

Robert E. (Bobby) Mullin passed away at home with his family by his side on March 25, 2014 after a long battle with cancer. He was 64.
Born on April 27, 1949, he was the youngest son of four,  to John Mullin and Genevieve Mullin Oefinger in Greenwich.

He attended Greenwich Schools, where he met his future wife Marcia McGrath, whom he married in June 1971. He served with the US Army in the 23rd ORD Company in Heilbron, Germany from 1970-1972.

Mr. Mullin was a dedicated and loyal employee of Rudy's Executive Transportation Service for the last 40 years in the capacity of a driver, operations manager and dispatcher for the business which grew from 15 cars to more than 100 during his tenure.

A steady weekend presence at the barbeque grill at Island Beach, he enjoyed cooking all day long for his extended family and friends. He devoted much of his time to his tomato garden and has been known to produce plants that grew 9 feet tall supported by the gutters along the side of the house.

He also played in the town's men's softball leagues for years and meeting with his friends for weekly rounds of golf on local courses.

In addition to his wife Marcy, he is survived by his daughters Kerrie Csaszar (DJ) of Phoenixville, PA and Jessica Elie (Bryan) of Stamford, five grandsons, Alex and Thomas Csaszar and Dylan, Andrew and Ryan Elie. He also is survived by his brothers John Mullin of Arvada, CO and William Mullin of Cos Cob, and many nieces and nephews. 

He was predeceased by his parents and his brother James (Moon) Mullin of Milford, PA.

The family is most appreciative of all the extensive help and support from the Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Fairfield County.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Fairfield County, P.O. Box 489, Wilton, CT. 06897 or online at www.visitingnurse.net

Services under the direction of the Castiglione Funeral Home were held.


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