Gerry was  born June 29, 1932 in Montreal Québéc to Marjorie (Lafricain) and Gerald A. Mulhall, died on September 8, 2021 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Predeceased by his brother George and sisters Maureen and Anne.

Beloved husband of 64 years to Mary (nee Corish) and dear father of Peter (Brenda, Ryan, Chris) Christina Mary (Ray, Alice, Mike), Teresa (Ken, Frances Jake), and Anthony (Rose).

Gerry and Mary met while skiing in the Laurentians in 1956 and he proposed to her that day. They married in Montreal in 1957 and within 6 years had their 4 children.

Gerry served in the RCAF from 1950 to 1955. Education included a BCom at Sir George Williams (Concordia) University.

Gerry had a long and varied business career resulting in travel across the globe including England, Ireland, Germany, France, Belgium, Jordan, Hong Kong and Australia.

Some business ventures included VP of the Montreal & Canadian Stock exchange, work with B.P. Oil, Woods Gordon Consultants, ATCO industries, Director of Admin and teaching at U of A before founding MS Management Services.

Mary and Gerry retired in Victoria BC in 1987, after having lived in Montreal Calgary and Edmonton. He was a great collector of memorabilia.

Gerry was a genial, generous soul with a positive attitude who always enjoyed a good laugh. He will be sadly missed by all.

Heartfelt thanks to all the nurses and attendants who were so kind and caring during Gerry’s final 6 months at RJH.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer’s Society of B.C

“I love thee with the breath,

Smiles, tears, of all my life; and, if God choose,

I shall but love thee better after death.”

E.B. Browning

Condolences may be offered to the family below.

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  • Denis Bédard

    Anna also wishes to offer her condolences and sends her best wishes to all, particularly to her godson Peter

  • Denis Bédard

    Hello Mary, Peter, Christina Mary, Teresa and Anthony
    Maryse and I were saddened at the news of Gerry’s passing and were with you in spirit as the funeral ceremony took place today.
    I have very pleasant memories of visiting your family in Edmonton over 40 years ago, the summer I travelled from Montreal to Vancouver by train. I felt warmly welcome and Gerry took great pleasure in showing me the sights. This is the thought I will keep of Gerry, that of a welcoming, good-natured man always ready to share a story or a joke.
    Maryse and I offer our condolences and best wishes going forward.

  • Marie Bedard

    Dear Mary, Peter, Christina, Teresa and Anthony,

    I’m so very sorry for all of you and your families. Gerry was a very dear uncle from my first memories of him and all of you in St-Lambert to my visits to Victoria. His boundless love for you all, his wise and thoughtful advice on people, work and life, and his wonderful warmth, laugh and tremendous sense of humour will always be with me and help me always. I’m so very lucky to have been his niece, and I only wish you could be spared the pain of losing him.

    With all my love and sympathy,


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