Henderson's Funeral Homes & Crematorium

45901 Victoria Ave, Chilliwack, BC


Roderick Aaron Mullin

October 15, 1968March 3, 2020

It is with deep sorrow that we announce that Roderick Aaron Mullin passed away on Tuesday March 3rd 2020 at his home in Agassiz, BC at age 51 of a sudden heart attack. He was born on October 15th 1968 in Soest, Germany.

Rod is survived by his mother, Karen Mullin, daughters Rachel and Ashlyn, and grandchildren Aubree, Emersyn and Haisley. Rod was retired from the Correctional Service of Canada and spent his free time with his daughters, grandchildren, and mother. They were his everything. Gone too soon, but always loved and never forgotten.

Memorial donations may be made to PTSD Association of Canada or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada in his honour.


No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Helen McGinn

March 22, 2020

Rod was a great man. I was very young and very much in love with him. I only wish we could have seen eachother one more time. You will always be in my heart and i will never forget you . God bless and keep you until we meet again

Denis Robertson

March 19, 2020

I was working at Elbow Lake, when Rod first showed up. My initial reaction was oh god another FNG. It didn't take long to figure out this FNG was a riot and pleasure to work with. I don't recall a shift that wasn't filled with laughter and high jinkx. But my most treasured memory of Rod has nothing to do with the CSC or is it jog related. Instead its about when I took him, with my team, to Vernon for their big tournament on the July long weekend. He only came with us for a couple, three years. But the one in particular I had him playing second base. A ball was hit to him, on the ground and hard. He scooped it up like a pro and threw it towards first for the out. The only trouble being, was the ball hit the ground about 10 feet in front of him and rolled the last 50 feet towards first. You could honestly hear a collect sigh of relief when the ball actually made it there before the runner. This of course didn't end there and was used many times in the future to silence any off comments coming from him. He will be missed, his laughter, his good nature, and most of all just Rod being Rod. Rest in peace my brother, we will meet again, of that I am sure.

Alan Weinberger

March 17, 2020

Oh man, back in the day we would laugh so hard I wouldn't be able to breath, over the stupidest things. Would've been about 19 years ago, Rod and I sat down for lunch in the staff dining room and an officer sat down with us, we looked at each other, and that was all that needed to happen and we were histerical in laughter. The last few times we spoke that story actually came up. Will only share in person who that office was lol

BILL Schiewe

March 17, 2020

Rod , where do I begin, there was not one shift where we did not have something going on, we used to play and kid with each other all the time. I remmember one time Rod tried to scare me at work, I got him back by unloading a whole fire extinguisher on him in the office, all you could see was his eyes.. it took us hours to clean up... and his dog.. who apparently hated me more than I did. Rod brought it to work and the whole shift he had me cornered.. .gonna miss you mister.Rest in peace.. I know your laughing right now and trying to trick me.. peace brother.

Patty Cramer

March 17, 2020

We had many laughs and shared so many good times. He will be in my heart forever. I'm so sorry for your loss Karen, Rachel and Ashlyn. Love to you all. ❤

Derek Matchett

March 12, 2020

My memories of Rod are of a small boy who often joined our family at the dinner table. These visits were always exciting for me and my family. So many laughs and stories that we have shared when speaking of Rod for years. He would sit beside father and my brother Blaine. These are special memories. Karen our thoughts and prayers are with you and Rods children at this difficult time.