Keith Allan Mullican

Born: Mon., Apr. 21, 1969
Died: Mon., Jan. 6, 2020


5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Sat., Jan. 11, 2020
Location: Donald B Thompson Funeral Home

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Sun., Jan. 12, 2020
Location: Mt. Zion United Methodist Church

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Keith Allan Mullican, 50, of Myersville, MD, passed away suddenly on Monday, January 6th, 2020. Born April 21, 1969 in Bethesda, Maryland. Keith was a much beloved husband, father, son, brother and friend. He will be greatly missed by all.

Keith served honorably in the United States Army under the 11th Special Forces Airbone and the U.S. Army reserves from 1987 until 1995. He was employed by the Department of the Navy as an IT specialist at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division for nearly 20 years. He was an active member of the Myersville and Middletown communities, sharing his love of sports by coaching and volunteering for the MVAA youth football program, Middletown High School Wrestling and Myersville Baseball. He enjoyed more than anything coaching his sons in their respective sports, and supporting the many other children and young adults he met along the way. Keith will always be remembered for his kindness, generosity, warmth, and of course his goofy facial expressions and photobombs.

Keith is survived by his wife of nearly 20 years, Debby and his two sons, Sean and Ethan; father, Michael Ray Mullican and stepmother, Charlotte; mother, Janis Snare and stepfather, Ed; brother and best friend Brett Mullican and wife, Cindy; step-sister Heather Skrivanek and husband, Aaron; step-sister Sarah Finn and husband Brian. He is further survived by his grandfather, Milton Ray Mullican; father- and mother-in-law Edward and Deanna Smith; brother-in-law Dennis Smith; seven nieces and nephews; and his beloved dog, Lady which he always referred to as "Baby-Girl."

The family will receive friends from 5 to 8pm on Saturday, January 11th at Donald B. Thompson Funeral Home, 31 E. Main Street, Middletown, MD. On Sunday, January 12th there will be pre-visitation beginning at 1:00pm directly followed by funeral services beginning at 2:00pm at Mount Zion United Methodist Church on Main street in Myersville, MD. Burial and memorial service will follow immediately after.

In lieu of flowers, a fund has been initiated to provide support to his two sons, Sean and Ethan to further their education. Donations may be sent to First United Bank and Trust PO Box 89 Myersville, MD 21773. Attn: Mullican Trust.

Arrangements are entrusted to Donald B. Thompson Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy may be offered to the family at

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Lynda & Tex Johnson
   Posted Fri January 10, 2020
We had the pleasure of meeting Keith and his beautiful family, through birthday parties, sports. His brother, Brett is our kind Son n law and we will always remember Keith as a kind , happy, person. He will be missed very much.

Karen Barb
   Posted Fri January 10, 2020
Debby, Ethan and Sean,
I'm so so sorry for your loss. I'm praying for you. Hugs for you.

Denise Clow
   Posted Fri January 10, 2020
Dear Debby, Ethan and Sean,

So so so sorry for your loss, I was simply a classmate from high school. I will keep your family close in prayers in this trying time.

My warmest sympathy to all of you.

Denise C Clow

Brenda Beglin
   Posted Sat January 11, 2020
I had the pleasure of working with Keith at the Naval Surface Warfare Center for a time. We were good friends and he will be missed. Our prayers are with his family.

Brenda and Gordon

Jamie & Gary Blickenstaff, Kenneth Showe
   Posted Sat January 11, 2020
I worked with Keith’s wife Debby for 8 years and got to know him a little. He use to bring the boys in from time to time. I friended him on Facebook to communicate and keep up with the family. Would run into them from time to time. This is a loss of a good man, father and husband. He will be missed by all. Many prayers to the family , especially to you , Debby , Ethan and Sean. God bless.

Karen & John Witkoski
   Posted Sat January 11, 2020
John and I had the pleasure of working with Keith in Carderock. He was such a nice guy and he was always willing to help however he could. We are so very sorry to hear of his passing. Our hearts and prayers are with Keith’s family and friends as we remember him dearly.

The Maddens
   Posted Sat January 11, 2020
We are so saddened to hear about Keith passing. We hope and pray that you and your family will have strength during this time of loss.

Mary Howell and Steve Klein
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020
Debby, Sean and Ethan,
We are very sad about Keith's passing.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do.
Love, Mary and Steve

John Washko
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020
To the entire Mullican family I want to convey my deepest sympathies. Keith was my office mate for several years and I got to know what a truly great guy he was. Keith was hard working yet fun loving. He was always proud of his wife and sons. At lunch we would cure the ills of the world or at least what was wrong with the Middletown sports program. The fall brought talk of football, film watching and game planning. Keith loved coaching up the kids.
I felt that I got to know Sean and Ethan through the stories told by their proud father. I will miss keith he was a great guy!

Jenifer Waters
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by Jenifer Waters.

With love and support today continuously, Jenifer, Aidan, Keegan, and Kayleigh Waters

Doc Jones
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020
I had the pleasure of meeting Keith a few times because I served in Vietnam with his father Mike in the 101st Airborne. At one of our reunions he and Heather, his sister, even made a parachute jump with us old guys. Lori and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. Keith was a great guy and will be remembered as such by so many. Our condolences. Doc Jones

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