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Clement W. Mullin, Jr.

April 23, 1948 - July 27, 2020

Clement W. Mullin, Jr.Clement “Clem” W. Mullin, Jr., 72, of Salem, Oregon, passed away on July 27, 2020, surrounded by his family. Clem was born on April 23, 1948, in Albany, Oregon, to Clement W. and Winifred Mullin.
Clem graduated from [West] Albany High School and earned a bachelor's degree in education and a master's degree in psychology. He worked as an elementary school teacher and school counselor for nearly 40 years, mostly in the Salem-Keizer school district. On June 12, 1971, he married the love of his life, Darleen. They had recently celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary.
Clem is remembered by family and friends as a loving husband and father, for being kind, and for his gentle and caring nature towards people and animals. He loved to play tennis, read, travel, camp, fish, and play with his granddogs. He was well known in his neighborhood for his daily walks and dedication to maintaining a pristine yard.
Clem is survived by his wife, Darleen, sons Timothy and Brian (Joy Socash), many nieces and nephews, and three granddogs. Clem was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Rita Bremer. 
Because of COVID-19, no services are scheduled. The family requests that those who knew Clem celebrate his life in their own way. In lieu of flowers, Clem's family suggests donations be made to the Willamette Humane Society . 

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Love you, Dad. Thanks for everything you did for our family. I have faith that you are at peace in Heaven.

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of this very valued man, father, uncle, and dogparent. He and Darleen have been great parents, as we know from our friendship with their son Tim. Our deepest sympathies to all the family, from the Bargreen family.

Condolences to Darleen and family.  Clem brought joy and enthusiasm to his work.  May your memories give you peace and comfort. 

So many wonderful and happy memories of Clem Over many years on the tennis court.  He’s the only player I’ve called traveling in when he’s hitting a serve!!  His smiling face and happy attitude on and off the court will always be remembered by all that have known Clem and never forgotten.  Miss you Clem.

We were so very sorry to learn that a wonderful person like Clem had passed away. His warm smile made any room light up. Our love and condolences are heartfelt and sent to Darlene and his family. 
Susie and Bob Lee
August 8, 2020

Mrs. Mullin, so so sorry to hear of your loss. He must have been a wonderful person. So thankful for the gift of your work with kids in schools. Thank you for giving your life away to others. Grateful for your influence.


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