Frank P. Mulholland, Jr.
September 24, 1962 – July 12, 2019
On Friday, July 12, 2019, Francis Patrick Mulholland Jr., loving husband, father, and grandfather passed away at age 56.
Frank, as he was known by many, was born on September 24, 1962, in Philadelphia, PA to Francis and Joan Mulholland. He graduated from Deptford High School in 1980 and went on to work as a skilled pressman for the Philadelphia Inquirer for over fifteen years. On December 20, 1986, he married Colleen Steiner, his high school sweetheart. They raised one son, Francis, and three daughters, Nicole, Kelly, and Melissa.
Frank had a passion for his family, friends, and animals. He was known as a hard worker who never missed an opportunity to spend time with his loved ones. He had a kind soul that people and animals gravitated toward. He will be missed for his quick wit, his infectious smile, and his kind and compassionate spirit.
Frank was preceded in death by his mother, Joan, his son, Francis III, and uncle, William Dougherty. He is survived by his wife Colleen, his three children, Nicole (Peter), Kelly (Tyler), and Melissa, his grandchildren, Nathan, Madelyn, and Lucas, his close extended family, Cas Dougherty, Alice Mulholland, Robert Mulholland, his cousins who were like siblings and his father Francis Sr., and his sister Kathy.
A funeral service will be held on Thursday, July 18th, 2019 at Earle Funeral Home on Church Street in Blackwood, NJ at 9 a.m. Condolences may be shared at www.earlefuneralhome.com. The family would prefer that donations in Frank’s memory be sent to Delaware Humane Society in lieu of flowers.
- Delaware Humane Association
- Visitation Thursday, July 18, 2019
- Funeral Service Thursday, July 18, 2019
Frank P. Mulholland, Jr.
July 17, 2019
This is the face that me and Mike "my brother from another mother" as Frank always called him, will hold dear in our hearts for all time.
I fondly remember the many nites playing cards with Frank, Colleen and the girls. We would joke around, laugh like hell and pig out on chips and soda. Those nites normally lasted til the wee hours of the morning, with us sleeping over, and us all going to breakfast after. I will never forget our trip to the Renaissance Fair. We had some great times. Frank isn't a friend. He is family. He was a ball breaker but he had a big heart. Frank, you are sorely missed and will be in our hearts forever. A big virtual bear hug with you just like always. I hope to see you again one day at that card table in the sky. Keep smiling Frank.
Love you babe, Angie Lee