Chelsea Ann Mulligan

Born: 05/18/1988 Passed:

Chelsea Ann Mulligan age 32 of Uhrichsville, passed away October 1st, 2020 at the Truman Hospice House while surrounded by her loving family. She was born May 18th, 1988 to William R.  and Kathy (Applegate) Mulligan. She grew up in Uhrichsville, Ohio with older sister Lacey Hylton. She attended Claymont High School and Buckeye Career Center.  Chelsea made friends at a young age that lasted into adulthood and was particularly close to her two cousins, Ashley and Brittany Meade.  Chelsea was a loving and dedicated mother to her daughters, Mikaelynn “K.K” (10), Keylee (8), and son, Liam (6). In addition to being devoted to her family, she was a good friend to many and loved spending time with them. She enjoyed summer bonfires, music, the TV show Friends, game night and anything with sunflowers or Tinker Bell.

She was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Weir and Anna Mulligan; maternal grandparents, James and Betty Applegate; aunt, Jenny; uncle, Robert; and many great-uncles and aunts.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 17th from 3-5pm at Tabor Ridge Community Church with Steve Slater officiating. We are asking all attendees to wear a mask as we come together to celebrate her life.


3 Tributes to Chelsea Ann Mulligan

  1. Janice Montgomery says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Chelsea at Walmart. What a Beautiful young woman full of energy, a hard worker. She loves her children and has touched so many people with her infectious smile. She is loved and will be missed. Be at Peace sweet girl.

    • Vic and Judy Stull says:

      Our deepest sympathy to the family. You are in our prayers and thoughts. We new Chelsea from Grace United Methodist Church.

  2. Keri Raber says:

    I had the greatest pleasure of meeting Chelsea as a child. We were best friends through our childhood and we did everything together. She was such a great friend, sister, and daughter anyone could ask for. I remember all the times we camped out in her back yard or danced on her front porch.. She was so full of life and even though we grew apart during high school we still talked here and there. She was such a strong woman who was an amazing mother. No matter what life brought her she was always smiling when I would see her. I have no clue how she did it but she was incredible. I will miss her dearly and I pray for her close friends, family, and her children. Love you girl

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