August 25, 1942 - January 30, 2021
Barbara M. Mulvan, 78, of Hamilton Square, passed away on Saturday, January 30, 2021 in RWJ University Hospital @ Hamilton.
Born in Trenton, she was a lifelong Hamilton Township area resident. Barbara was a parishioner of St. Vincent DePaul Church for many years. She worked as a Nurse for St. Francis Medical Center and then with Dr. Saltstein until her retirement. In her spare time, she enjoyed taking trips with her family to Atlantic City, Spring Lake, and Sea Girt. Family was most important to Barbara, she was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother who always adored and loved her family, she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Daughter of the late William and Henrietta Frascella Howell, step father George Elischer, sister of the late Henrietta Atwood, and Gus Howell, grandmother of the late James E. Mulvan II, she is survived by her husband James C. Mulvan of 60 years; her four children, James E. Mulvan, Michael S. Mulvan and his wife Renee, Brian P. Mulvan and his wife Beth, and daughter Kelly Zappley and her husband John; 10 grandchildren Jessica Bijaczyk (Anthony), Patricia Doyle (John), Nicolette Mulvan, Michael Mulvan, Jr. (Mukul), Shawn Mulvan, Brian Mulvan, Jr. (Keri), Jade Mulvan, Tiara Mulvan, Gianni Zappley, and Tiziana Zappley; 8 great grandchildren, Aubrianna, Julian, Daniel, Emma, Rose, Sienna, Chelsea, Fiona; brother-in-law Edward Mulvan and his wife Margaret; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives.
Relatives and friends may attend a visitation on Saturday, February 6, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Buklad-Merlino Yardville Memorial Home, 30 Yardville-Allentown Road in Yardville. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11:30 a.m. at St. Vincent DePaul Church. Burial will follow in Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Visitation Home, Inc., P.O. Box 11242, Hamilton, NJ 08620
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