William C. Mulvey, Sr., 80, of Berwick, passed away on Monday, April 3, 2017 at Berwick Retirement Village II, where he was a guest for the past few weeks.
Born in Cambria Heights, NY on October 4, 1936, he was a son of the late Mark and Theresa (Schroder) Mulvey. He was raised and attended school in New York. After graduation, he served in the US Army with the Military Police unit. After an honorable discharge, Bill became a police officer with the Suffolk County Police Department in New York. After retiring from the department, he moved to Bloomsburg and worked full time in his own business, RPM Sharpening, a saw sharpening company, providing service to people throughout a large part of NE PA. He sold his business in 2010, and moved to Lake Ariel.
Bill was a member of the Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association, and the Willow Run Golf Course. He enjoyed golfing, boating, playing the guitar and was a member of the police table tennis team. He was a dedicated NY Mets baseball fan. He passed the time watching John Wayne and Clint Eastwood movies, or the History Channel. Bill loved dogs, and throughout his adult life, he had 4 German shepherds and a Bichon Frise.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his loving wife, Roberta P. (McCrum) Mulvey, who passed away on June 11, 2010; and a brother Donald, who died in 2004.
He will be greatly missed by his children: son, William Mulvey, Jr, New York; daughter, Suzanne Schlotterbeck and husband Christian, Berwick; daughter, Dianne Granata and husband Frank, Lake Ariel; son, Andrew Mulvey and wife Tara, Wilmington, NC; 10 grandchildren; and 1 great grandson. He was looking forward to the birth of a great granddaughter this summer.
At Bill’s request, there will be no services. A burial will private in Westbury, NY.
Online messages of comfort may be sent to email@example.com.