George Allen Mulley III

April 23, 2022

CHARLOTTE – George Allen Mulley III died on Saturday, April 23, 2022, after a courageous battle against cancer.

George was born to George Allen Mulley, Jr. and Georjean McDermott in Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana on August 17, 1971.  When George was young, the family moved to Germany while his father served in the United States Military. The family moved back to Stafford, Virginia when George was in elementary school.  He attended Mary Washington University, ultimately graduating from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  George met his future wife, Jennifer A. Metcalfe, when they both worked at an amusement park during the early 1990s. They were married in 1998 in Mechanicsville, VA.

George’s priority was always his family. He joyfully served as a stay-at-home dad when his four daughters were young, volunteering at their schools, serving on Parent Teacher Association boards, and managing the many duties of their home so that Jennifer could focus on her career to support the family.

In 2008, the family joined Providence Baptist Church where they became very active.  As a testament to his faith and as an example for his daughters, George was baptized in 2013.  Then in 2015, George joined the Student Ministry team at Providence Baptist, where he put his gift of organization, love of graphic design, creative spirit, and love for the students to work for his family and friends.

His greatest joy was his wife and girls, and he was passionate about many things: music (he played the violin and had an appreciation for all genres), dogs (training them as a teenager and loving many throughout his life – especially Hiccup, his golden retriever), photography (often using his photos for notecards or gifts), the NY Giants football team (a lifelong fan), motorcycle rides (much to the chagrin of his wife), Bald Head Island (with his family), electronics (he was fascinated by the industry and was always the go-to person for questions), Legos (he built sets - large and small - and displayed them in his office) and anything related to Star Wars (delighting in the fictional world of Jedis).  Most of all, George was passionate about serving others. He put his generous spirit, joyful heart, and massive strength to work for others, typically volunteering to serve before most people discerned the need. George was loyal, kind, and compassionate.

George is survived by his beloved wife Jennifer Ann Mulley; his four daughters, Kayla Brynn (23), Lauren Paige (21), Ella Joyce (20) and Courtney Jane (15); his parents, Georjean McDermott and her husband, Mike, George Allen Mulley, Jr. and his wife, Eileen.  Also surviving are his sisters, Victoria Bussard and Lisa Quayle.

A celebration of life will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, April 29, 2022 at Providence Baptist Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be offered in memory of George to Providence Baptist Church, Attn: Student Ministry, 4921 Randolph Road, Charlotte, NC 28211.

Arrangements are in the care of Kenneth W. Poe Funeral & Cremation Service, 1321 Berkeley Ave., Charlotte, NC 28204; (704) 641-7606. Online condolences may be shared at

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  • Hendrick Ellis

    Jennifer. I am very sorry to hear about your loss. George was a great father, son, and husband. Sending prayers and comforting hugs to you and the girls.


  • Dana Higgins

    Jennifer, I am so sad to hear about your tragic loss. What a courageous battle he fought, and by all accounts what a life well lived. May he rest in the arms of the Lord. I will continue to pray for your entire family.


  • Bonnie Mason

    Dear Georjean and Family, I am so sorry to learn about your son's passing. His obituary made it very clear that he was a talented man, a loving family man and most special, he was a Godly man. You have so many wonderful memories to hold close to your hearts. My love to you. Bonnie Mason, one of you Fairview BC friends.

  • Kim Spruill Stormes

    Heaven must have needed a violinist!!
    I am sorry to learn this news. I too, knew George from Kings Dominion. George was a handsome & kind person. I enjoyed his company ! Sending the Mulley family prayers !!

  • Curt and Ann Adams

    While we did not know George personally, we knew him through his parents, George and Eileen. They spoke often of the joy he brought to their lives, his courage, his love of family and so much more. He leaves a legacy of love, compassion and strength to all who knew him and loved him so dearly.
    Friends of George and Eileen,
    Ann and Curt

  • Christine Frye

    Jennifer I am so sorry for your loss. While too short, what a beautiful life he lived. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Laurie Readhead

    Jennifer, I’m so sorry to hear about George. I’m keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  • Kay Valaoras

    I was blessed to get to know George through volunteering commitments at Sharon Elementary. I so clearly remember him pushing Courtney in a stroller through the halls when he was doing one thing or another for Kayla, Lauren or Ella's classes! What a tremendous loss. Sending deepest condolences from the Valaoras family- Kay, Nick, Kate & George

  • Neighbor

    Deepest condolences to the Mulley family.

  • Neighbor

    Mr. Mulleys courageous battle is a great source of comfort to me personally. May the God of comfort strengthen all of you during this time. (1Corinthians 1:3,4)

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