My heart aches as I write this. A good friend of mine recently passed away.
Jeff Mulrooney. (N9IMI)
I would spend many hours a night talking to Jeff on the Ham Radio daily.
Him and I would joke around, share stories, he would teach me stuff, and we thought alike.
He was truly a good friend indeed, and I will miss him dearly.
He was recently battling cancer and was always very positive about the situation. And a very positive man overall. He definitely lived life to the fullest and was a smart and kind man. Always thought about the positives in life and any situation. Truly one of a kind.
Him and I would talk on the radio nightly, work on HF, work satellites, etc… we had a lot in common. We had a lot of fun. He loved his radios and motorcycles! He loved his family. He loved his friends.
God has another angel on his shoulders.
Please Keep Jeff’s family and friends in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time
Rest In Peace Jeff Mulrooney (N9IMI)
I will talk to you again on the airwaves from the heavens above! ~ Rickie Traeger
Jeffery A. Mulrooney, 56, of Rockford, IL lost his lengthy battle with cancer on July 9, 2017. He lived an energetic life, was an avid Ham Radio operator (N9IMI).
Jeff lit up every room he walked into.
He is survived by his mother Janet Mulrooney, sisters Kathy Godare (Frank Carlson), Lori Day (Chuck); brother Greg Mulrooney (Jeanne); his children Sean Mulrooney (Jessica), Jordan Meeks (Seneca), Devon Mulrooney and Kelsey Mulrooney; 12 grandchildren. Jeffery was predeceased by his father Bruce “Grumpy” Mulrooney and grandmother Edna Jacobson.
A celebration of life will be held at the Rockford Knights Club 1429 Myott Ave in Rockford on July 22, 2017 from 12:00 until 4:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the family. Condolences may be sent to www.advantagefunerals.com