Charles S. Mulloy

Born in Boston, MA and raised in a military family, Charles Mulloy graduated with the Naval Academy Class of 1956 and accepted a commission in the U.S. Navy as an Engineering Duty Officer.  He died on 4 July 1998 at Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills, NJ.  He was 64 years old.


Initially, he served aboard Myles C. Fox (DDR-829) and Carter Hall (LSD-3) and later earned a Master of Science degree at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA.  He then focused on engineering duties, working with classified computer programs, joint service communications, new ship construction, and the InSurv Board.  He retired as a Commander after 22 years service.  In retirement, he worked with RCA/GE on the Aegis program in NJ and ME.  He loved computers and was an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan.


Chuck is survived by his wife, Ann of McLean, VA; two daughters, Patricia Allen of Richmond, VA and Jean Mulloy of Tampa, FL; two sons, Rear Admiral Joseph Mulloy ’79 of Hawaii and Kevin Mulloy ’80 of Laytonsville, MD; 12 grandchildren; a sister, Kathleen Lohnes of Durham, NH; and two brothers, Richard Mulloy of Belmont, MA and Rear Admiral Paul Mulloy ’52, USN (ret) of Falmouth, MA.  Ann currently resides at Vinson Hall in McLean, VA and is an active volunteer for many organizations. Chuck was buried at Arlington National Cemetery 24 July 1998.