Paul Barclay Mulloy, 52, heavy equipment operator

September 03, 2004

Paul Barclay Mulloy, a heavy equipment operator and mechanic who enjoyed riding all-terrain vehicles on his Carroll County farm, died of cancer Aug. 27 at his Woodbine home. He was 52.

Mr. Mulloy was born in Sheboygan, Wis., and raised in Simpsonville, Howard County, where he had moved with his family in the late 1950s. He was a 1970 graduate of Atholton High School.

He was a long-distance truck driver and later owned a rig for several years before becoming a heavy equipment operator and mechanic for Lane Construction Co. in 1997.

He liked working on home-improvement projects and riding his all-terrain vehicle with family members on trails through the fields and woods of his farm.

Services are private.

Mr. Mulloy is survived by his wife of a year, the former Mary Hereth; a son, David Mulloy of Frederick; a daughter, Erica J. Mulloy of Frederick; his parents, George and Pat Mulloy of Columbia; two stepsons, Jeffrey C. Jones of Westminster and Kevin W. Jones of Woodbine; two stepdaughters, Erin M. Jones and Stephanie N. Jones, both of Woodbine; and two step-grandchildren. His marriage to the former Angela Santasi ended in divorce.

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