born: 28Feb1894, Ashland, WI
died: 12Apr1980, Vancouver, Clark, WA
bur: 14Apr1980, Lewiston, Nez Perce, ID

Robert Mullin

Robert MULLIN was the middle son of a Canadian millworker, Hezekiah H. MULLIN and his French-Canadian wife, Philomene (ROY) MULLIN. Raised at Ashland and Park Falls , WI , Robert grew up having received an education at both school and at the local mills. He was a millwright and engineer in the lumber industry. He rose quickly to mill manager working for various companies including Weyerhauser. In the late 1940s, Robert took a job at a sawmill in Wallowa, Oregon. They lived there for a short time before moving to Libby, Montana, where Robert became the superintendent of the Neal Brothers Mill (which later became the St. Regis mill). He last worked for the St Regis Mill in Libby, MT. A quiet and shy person, Robert was dedicated to his mother. In 1918 he enlisted in Company B, 346 Battalion Tank Corps. and served under Dwight D. Eisenhower’s command at Camp Dix . Following his discharge in 1919, he returned to his new home at Barber, Idaho . It is there, while playing his beloved game baseball, that he met his future wife, Alta Grace HAMMOND. A kind and unassuming man, Robert MULLIN enjoyed the respect and admiration of all who knew him. He lived much of his adult life in Montana and Idaho.

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Father Hezekiah MULLIN • Mother Philomene ROY

Spouse Alta Grace HAMMOND
Marriage: 15Jun1920, Washington

Robert Neil MULLIN

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