Louise Mullard

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Louise E. Mullard 86, passed away Tuesday November 29, 2022 at Absolute Care of Westfield, NY. She was born on October 30, 1936 in Franklinville, NY to Stanley Mather and Evelyn Turner-Weaver. She graduated from West Valley Central School and later attended an interior design program. She was married to her husband CF Mullard for 35 years. Louise was a huge Buffalo Bills fan, loved her cats, painting, and loop crochet. She was a Jehovah’s Witness for most of her life. She also enjoyed recycling and refurbishing old things to make them new again. For 20 years she ran a successful retail clothing store and owned a salvage Antique shop “Recycle N Remember” in Lakewood, NY. She is survived by her children Shawn and Sheila Hill of Lakewood, NY and Billie Lou and James Denk of Cocoa Beach, FL, three grandchildren Adam Hill, Taylor Hill and Corey Watson all of Lakewood, NY and two sisters, Margie Collins of Fl and Joanne Hilts of Riceville, NY. She is preceded in death by her Husband CF Mullard and a brother, Marlin Mather of Arizona. She will be deeply missed by her family. Louise had a great love for animals. Please make a donation to the Humane Society in her name or adopt a shelter pet.
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