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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Announcement: Marc Mullenix Services - Obituary

Marc Mullenix of Fairmount Fire Department near Denver Colorado passed away on 1- 28

Division Chief Marc R. Mullenix

Wednesday, February 6 - 1200 hours

Faith Bible Chapel
6250 Wright Street
Arvada, CO 80004

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Please send all flowers or contributions to
Fairmount Fire
4755 Isabell Rd
Golden CO 80403.

Cards can be sent to
Shawna Legarza
PO Box 785
Mancos CO 81328

Memorial Fund:
Marc Mullenix Life Challenge Foundation

Donations can be made at the time of the services or mailed to: "details to follow"

Further issues/concerns/info: Fairmount Fire - 303-279-2928
Official Information source ->
Fairmount Fire Department -Fairmount, Colorado

Apparatus staging will begin at 1030 at the Faith Bible Chapel Worship Center. Departments wishing to bring apparatus should contact:

Lt. Rick Goodman at 303-435-9411

Download the Memorial Service Posting Here in PDF

Download a map of the service location here in PDF

Mark Mullenix quotes on Cal Fire news:

Obituary: Marc Robert Mullenix

Memorial services for Mancos resident Marc Robert Mullenix will be held at noon Wednesday, Feb. 6, at Faith Bible Chapel in Arvada, Colo.

Marc was born Sept. 16, 1957, in Downey, Calif., the son of Robert and Charmaine (Sterling) Mullenix. He passed away Monday, Jan. 28, 2008, in Mancos at the age of 50.

Surviving Marc are his wife, Shawna Mullenix of Mancos; his daughter, Nikki Mullenix of Longmont, Colo.; his mother, Charmaine Mullenix of Santa Clarita, Calif.; and his brother, Norm Mullenix of Prescott, Ariz.

Marc was preceded in death by his father.

Memorial contributions can be made in Marc's name at the Durango branch of Wells Fargo Bank.

Arrangements are being made through Ertel Funeral Home.

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