John Harold Mulherin III, 62, of Athens, GA has passed away in Savannah, GA.
Surviving are his mother, Page Oxnard Mulherin; brother, Thomas Oxnard Mulherin; sisters, Ashley Mulherin Dollar (Rod), Louise Page Mulherin (Jeff Culley); niece, Abby Bishop (Cody); nephew, Jack Dollar; and best friend, Constance Buckley. He is also survived by aunt, Marion Oxnard McKenna; uncle, Thomas Oxnard; 22 first cousins with whom he grew up in Savannah.
Due to Covid restrictions, private family services are planned.
Our deepest condolences from the Cohen family. I (Lee) was Harold's colleague at UGA for 8 yrs. He was a friend and a scholar to admire. We are saddened truly by his passing.
- Lee Cohen, Watkinsville, GA
Harold was a kind and loyal friend of mine for over 30 years. As an academic he was 20 years ahead of his time. He was intellectually curious and loved data. I will miss Harold very much. We lost a great person who left a mark on the world. Jeffrey Pontiff
- Jeffrey Pontiff, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
- Ben Fender , Savannah , Ga
Our deepest condolences to the Mulherin family. For my best friend Connie: Harold, who shared so much of life and love with you will forever be a part of you...
- Sherry Meddin Macchia, Torrance, California
Keeping you all in my prayers. May perpetual light shine upon Harold and may he be in the loving arms of Jesus.
- Kelly Kilpatrick Hunt, Savannah, GA
Harold was a very well respected member of the Terry College Finance Faculty. I loved how he took his work seriously but did not take himself seriously. He will be missed and long valued.
- Katrina Bowers, Athens
Dear charming friend, who loved the better things in life and never lost his sense of wonder. I'll miss you, your stories, your humor, and your generosity.
- Elena Bianchelli, Athens, Georgia
Dear Mulherin family, I was so sorry to hear the news about Harold. I have good memories of Harold from our BC/St. Vincent's high school days. For a couple of years during high school, Harold & I ran with the same circle of friends. I would often see Harold at weekend parties or at the BC Football games. Those were fun days! I moved away from Savannah after high school, but I would see Harold from time to time when I was at home in Savannah... mostly during the summer or over the holidays. Harlod was always a kind-hearted person with a smile on his face, and he was well liked by so many people. I know he will be missed. May Harold now rest in peace. Sending love & prayers, Julie Brennan Purkey
- Julie Brennan Purkey, Portland, OR
My deepest condolences to the Mulherin family. Harold was my teacher, a mentor, and a friend.
- Jide Wintoki, Lawrence, KS
My heartfelt condolences to the Mulherin family. Harold was a great teacher, an even better mentor and, in the end, a friend. I will miss our conversations. Rest in peace.
- robert robert loveland, Piedmont, CA
My heartfelt condolences to the Mulherin family and to his friends, near and far. Harold was one of a kind and kind to everyone. His love of adventure was truly inspiring and his intellect amazing. He will remain an indelible part of all our lives, and his treasured Savannah a place of fond memories. With deepest affection, Laura Christian Nehf
- Laura Christian Nehf, Saint Helena Island, SC
Professor Mulherin was my colleague and mentor for more than ten years. We worked on a number of projects together. I was always impressed with his curiosity and knowledge in the field. He was kind enough to guide me in my junior years. I am deeply saddened to hear his passing. May he rest in peace.
- Serif Simsir, Istanbul, Turkey
Page & Tom I am stunned of the passing of Harold. I was just told Trashman died and I just ran across Harold obit on Fox & Weeks web site. Harold was in really good shape riding bikes all over this world. Sorry to hear the news. Best wishes David
- David Hendrix, Savannah, Ga
Our deepest condolences. Harold was a neighbor on Dearing Street and a UGA colleague. We will miss his lively company greatly.
- Mark Cooney, Athens, GA
Learning only recently of Harold's passing, I still wanted to express condolences to his family and friends. He was a neighbor when I lived on Dearing Street. He had a distinct presence, and was well-respected, especially at UGA's Terry College. May he rest in peace.
- Nance Daniels, Athens, GA
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel
- A Private Service Will Be Held