MULKERRIN, Joan M. (Mitchell) Hook-Mulkerrin of Lynnfield, MA and Naples, FL, wife of the late Francis P. Mulkerrin and Edward Hook. Beloved mother of Nancy (Hook) Doto and her husband Michael, Edward Hook Jr. and his wife Julie, James Hook and his wife Shelly, Alfred Hook and his late wife Suzanne, Daniel Mulkerrin, Julie (Mulkerrin) Foley and her husband Timothy, all of Lynnfield, and John Mulkerrin and his partner Dean Bacon of Salem, MA.
Also leaving her grandchildren Edward, Alex, Caitlin, Lauren, Heather, James, Justin, Cameron and the late Michael Doto. Beloved sister to Daniel Robert Mitchell and his wife Joan of Lynnfield and Naples, and sister-in-law of Morgan Mulkerrin of Naples. She was the daughter of the late Daniel and Catherine Mitchell.
Joan enjoyed spending winters in Florida, summers in Maine, and sailing with her late husband Francis Mulkerrin. She was also a frequent traveler of both Ireland and England. Joan often enjoyed taking rides throughout New England and loved her classic movies. But most of all, she enjoyed being with her children and grandchildren. She will be greatly missed and forever remembered by all.
Memorial donations can be made in her name to Care Dimensions, 75 Sylvan St., B 102, Danvers MA 01923.
Online Condolences Below:
|Ohhhhhhhhh dear.... I was very sad hearing the news of your mother's passing. I said a prayer for her, my eyes teared up and, thinking of Nancy too, with yet another loss. As one starts out in life, as a little one, your mother is your whole world. Then, you grow, and in time, you are not only a daughter, or a son, you don't just have a mother and a father, you become and adult with your very own, very special, life long, best friends..... Even in her passing, it is a bond, that can not be broken. A sad loss for all of you. Upon reflection, I realize, I've know Joan, Frank, Joan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Nancy and, all of you, for 41 years as I met, and became fast friends with Nancy back in Sophomore Year in High School in 1971 ..... when we had all the time in the world and, all of this, was all, so far away..... Rest... and be at Peace Joan....