President and Sister Mullen

President and Sister Mullen are from Orem, Utah.  They have five children and one daughter-in-law.  Their oldest child is Meghan.  She is 23 and returned home from a mission to Romania Bucharest December 2011.  She attends BYU and is working as computer support on the BYU campus.  Ryan is their oldest son and is 22.  He returned home from a mission to Hungary Budapest Sept 2011 and attends BYU.  He married Marissa Lundeen on April 22, 2012 and works at the UCCU credit union as a loan officer.  Andrea is 19 and attends UVU.  Nathan and Jordan are twins and are 17 years old.  They will attend their senior year at Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley.

The Mullen family loves to ski, snowboard, wake board and wake surf.  They love to vacation at Lake Powell and travel. They go biking as a family a few times a year in the canyon by their house.  Their neighbors in Orem have said they have a park for a yard and they have had many wedding receptions there.  The children all grew up doing lots of yard work and love it….not, but still love their back yard.

President Mullen graduated from BYU in Business finance and then obtained a law degree at BYU.  He is an attorney by profession and practiced general law and was a small claims court judge.  In the past 16 years he has turned his interest to real estate development and investing.  He loves BYU football and ice cream.  He often says he works out every day only so he can eat ice cream every day.  He loves his children and is a devoted husband and father.

Sister Mullen graduated from BYU in Dance Specialization.  She has taught dance at BYU, Mountain View High School, American Heritage and Lakeridge Jr. High off and on through the years but has mostly been a stay at home mother.  She loves to think and talk about the gospel.  She loves yoga, baking, and crossing things off her to-do list.

President and Sister Mullen love serving in the best mission in the world; the Washington Spokane Mission.  Their hearts have been turned to missionary work and they don’t know what they ever did to deserve to work with these fine young men and women.  They are so grateful for the Lord; his love and tender mercies in their life, and count serving the Lord here in Washington and working with the missionaries the honor of their life.