Stephen Paul Mull, passed away at his home in Cleveland, Oklahoma, Thursday, February 9, 2017, at the age of 64 years old.
Stephen was born January 30, 1953, in Salem, Oregon. He was the son of Volney Dale and Georgia Pearl (McKinley) Mull. Stephen was raised and received his education in Salem later graduating for South Salem High School. Following graduating Stephen joined the United States Navy. During his time in the Navy, Stephen served upon the USS Enterprise. He also received the following decorations National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal and the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon. On August 20, 1976, Stephen was united in marriage to Georgetta Lillian Skoor in Salem, Oregon. Stephen was later honorably discharged on December 30, 1977. Stephen and Georgetta moved to several places throughout their marriage but always considered Oregon their home. Stephen and Georgetta moved to Cleveland to be closer to their son in March of 2005.
Stephen enjoyed being with his family especially playing with his great grandchildren. His favorite television show was the Price is Right which was a daily ritual. Playing the lotter and purchasing scratch off tickets was things he enjoyed doing. Some of his favorite musicians were Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Survivors are three sons Tony Edward Morehead and his wife Francie of Cleveland, Oklahoma, William Edward Morehead and his wife Lisa of Salem, Oregon and Ronald Lee Morehead of Cleveland, Oklahoma; special friend Brenda Bridge of Cleveland, Oklahoma; two brothers Gary Mull of Salem Oregon, Rick Mull of California, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents Stephen was preceded in death by three brothers Richard Mull, Dean Mull, Daryl Mull and one sister Evelyn.
Following cremation, private family services will be held at the family home, near Cleveland. Cremation services were provided by Chapman-Black Funeral Home. Burial of the cremated remains will be in Hopewell Cemetery near Salem, Oregon. Friends and family may share a memory about Stephen online at www.chapman-black.com