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Jonathan Mulville

Jon Mulville

Saturday, August 24th, 1968 - Sunday, December 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Jonathan Errol Mulville (Jon)

August 24,1968 - December 13,2020

Jon Mulville, resident of Squamish BC, formerly of Smiths Falls, ON, passed away suddenly at the age of 52. Dearest son of Jean Mulville, only son of the late Errol John Mulville and Patricia Anne Burke. Predeceased by his beloved Aunt Betty (Elizabeth) Mulville, grandparents Gerald and Jeanne Mulville, Smiths Falls, and Jim and Bessie Burke of Calgary. Cherished big brother to Stephanie Mulville (Paul Bergeron), Rebecca Mulville, both of Ottawa, Terri Mulville (Gord Langdon), and Mary-Jayne (Dale Kerfoot), and loved little brother to Cathy (Gord Rivoire), Kim (Bob Gauthier), and Robin (Hugh Gillespie) all of Smiths Falls. Dear friend to Chris Carson Jeff Verloop, Colin Solly, and his curling team of Squamish BC. Much loved uncle to Dillan ,Teegan,Amanda,Ryan,Adam,Caitlyn,Douglas, Meredith,Samatha,Cassandra,and Cole. Many friends and large extended family will also miss him.

Jon attended Queen’s University 1987-91 and graduated on the Dean’s List with a degree in Mathematical and Mechanical Engineering. In 1993, Jon left Ontario for BC to go skiing for a year, and fell in love with the mountains. and decided to make it a permanent home. He loved curling, mountain biking, golfing, skiing and kayaking. He made a living as a carpenter, mostly in Whistler BC, and subsequently bought a home in Squamish.

Jon excelled in every endeavor of his life but had to overcome several health issues, Sadly, Jon struggled within himself and as he lived on his own terms, he also died on those terms. During the evening on Sunday, December 13, Jon decided to take his own life, leaving his friends and family devastated.

If you wish to make a donation in Jon’s memory, we would appreciate support to your local mental health crisis centers, the Canadian Mental Health Association https://ottawa.cmha.ca/get-involved/donate/ or charity of your choice.

Jon will be cremated and an online celebration of life details are below.

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Time: Jan 2, 2021 01:00 PM Vancouver

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Meeting ID: 829 7360 0217
Passcode: 974298

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Service Details

  • Service

    Saturday, January 2nd, 2021 | 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday, January 2nd, 2021 1:00pm
    Location
    Squamish Funeral Chapel & Crematorium Ltd.
    Address
    Address Not Available
    Notes
    To watch the service online please go to the following link and then enter the passcode:

    Time: Jan 2, 2021 01:00 PM Vancouver

    Join Zoom Meeting
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82973600217?pwd=M3BSVHd1VzZIK01TL1ZTVnNjQklQdz09

    Meeting ID: 829 7360 0217
    Passcode: 974298

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    Officiant
    George McKenzie

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Jennifer Graham

Posted at 01:42pm
Jon and his family lived beside us on the Gold Club Road for fiourteen years and they are woven into the fabric of my childhood. Jon and I spent countless hours shooting hoops, exploring the woods, building tree forts, skating and swimming. Jon was such a good friend and a true gentleman and I will miss him. To Jean, Kathy, Kim, Robin, Stephanie, MJ, Becky and Terry I send you all my love and my deepest sympathies.
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Nancy

Posted at 09:36pm
Jon's close friends and family already know what an amazing man he was, but I have to add that people like me, who worked with him in the 90s, and last saw him in about 2005, have very strong memories of his smarts and his athleticism and his humour and his ability to understand EVERYTHING so quickly. People like him do not come along very often. I am honoured to have known him.
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Angela Mitchener

Posted at 06:00pm
What a beautiful service for such an amazing, generous and intelligent man...
I had the privilege of living with Jonny, and he opened his home to me when I was in need. We shared alot during the time I was there...many meals, many laughs, deep conversations, and moonlit walks on the golf course!! He always had so many great memories of his family and close friends which we talked about for hours...our place to meet was the garage for a smoke...LOL!!! He would come home, and the first thing he always said was "Ang?" and I would yell out wherever I was in the house..."Jonny!!!" My favorite memory is when he cooked me dinner...chicken, minute rice, and mushroom soup...all baked together!!! LOL!!
It was delicious...AND he always did the dishes when I cooked.
I only have a sister, but I considered Jonny a brother, he certainly welcomed me into his home as a sister, and I will always be so grateful he was in my life, however brief.
Rest in peace my friend...you are free!!
I love you!!!
Ang
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Pam Evans

Posted at 02:50pm
The first time I met Jonny was when I interviewed him for an accounting job at Whistler Mtn. after he left Blackcomb (this was pre merger so mid 90's). I asked him why he left and he said 'Managements lack of a sense of humour' Turns out him and a couple of his friends had paid a practical joke on a manager (who didn't think it was funny) Johnny confessed so his friends wouldn't lose their job (that is the kind of friend he was). Their loss was our gain he was fun, adventurous, smart and a great friend. The music I can't hear without thinking about him is anything by 'The Presidents of the United States of America'. RIP Mulva!
 
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Nancy Posted at 09:30pm

And all the other staff was so glad you hired him Pam! Of all the wonderful people I have worked with (too many to mention, including you) Jonathan was close to the top of the heap. Most have so many memories of him and his ridiculous intelligence and super sense of humour. I remember one staff golf day (I do not golf) where I was astounded at his effortless (seemingly) ability! And his willingness to assist us lousy players. He could deal with everyone and everything in the office, including difficult (for me) accounting issues and Whacky remarks from Old broads (me) that he brilliantly and hilariously responded to...a guy you never forget and miss endlessly. Nancy F.
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Brent DiMarzo

Posted at 04:46pm
Jonny Mulville! That’s how our curling team usually addressed Jon. I am the skip of our team and sometimes I would have to phone Jon to discuss important curling matters or invites to Super Bowl parties and such. The conversation always started with and I mean always started with Jonny! and he would answer Brenty. This may seem unimportant and lame but I will forever remember Jon’s exuberant reply to me and his genuine pleasure to be discussing our very important social activities. I first met Jon 10 years ago when he was introduced to myself, Mike Lonsdale and Shane Price by the Mitchell rink as a potential fourth on our team. We hit the jackpot, they should have kept him. What a team we became. We curled together for 10 years and won the Men’s league title at least 6 times in that period including the 2019 season. Jon was probably the best curler in Squamish. We achieved this success while constantly tipping back beers much to the chagrin of the opposing teams. The more we drank the better we got. We entered curling bonspiels all over B.C. usually accompanied by the Al Mitchell rink. What great times we had especially when we would represent our club as Men’s league champions in Richmond. We always stayed at the River Rock Casino. We didn’t win many games but we partied like teenagers. We where very aware of Jon’s previous health issues and over the years tried to get him to open up about his mental health issues but as it is with most men he wasn’t very forthcoming. My teammates and I will miss him dearly. That wry sense of humour, the intelligent conversations, the prolonged curling strategy discussions and where will we go after hours. Jon lived across the street from the curling rink so the party never really stopped. I blame COVID for his death. Jon was isolated and lonely and my heart breaks for his family. Jon will always be remembered by all of his curling friends. RIP Jonny we will never forget you.
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