Gary Mumbulo, 61 of Mount Holly NC Born in Norwich, NY has resided in Mount Holly for the past 16 years. Gary was the sole proprietor of Two Old Guys Handyman and Services for the past 10 years, prior to his illness he has been battling for the last 2 years. He is survived by his wife of 19 years Melody Ann Crossman. He had 3 sons Dylan Mumbulo of Mount Holly, Cody Hastings of Mount Holly,NC and Harley Mumbulo. His mother Lola Rose Place of Cortland, NY, Father who has passed away Douglas Junior Mumbulo. 2 brothers Ronald Mumbulo of Freeville, NY and Michael Mumbulo of Cortland NY. 1 step-brother Michael Mumbulo of Colorado. 1 sister Diane Henry of York, SC. 1 grandson Carter Reese Hastings. A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday August 18,2016 at 7:30pm at The Good Samaritan Funeral Home 3362 N. Hwy 16 Denver,NC.
We will miss him dearly. Gary we love you so much. Now rest in peace and with no more pain. love you.
our thoughts and prayers are with you always .he will be watching us
Gary was truly an outstanding husband who provided above and beyond for his family. He brought me along way throughout our marriage. I couldn’t make a decision for myself when I and Gary met, now I am able to make decisions needed throughout life and business. Gary had a plan for me that I at the time was not even aware of. He told me Melody I want you to start going with me and seeing how I deal with people, situations, and how to get business, I said oh no Gary if we work together and live together we will kill each other. He laughed and said no trust me it won’t be that bad, I did it and had I not listened to him 3 years ago, I wouldn’t be where I am today. Gary was such a friendly, hardworking, and knowledgeable man. He always wanted more for his 3 sons than he had. He tried to make life a lot easier than what he had. He wanted the best for his sons and didn’t care what it took as long as they could live a better life than he did. Me and Gary had some rocky roads but we never gave up on each other. Gary will be missed dearly and loved more than words can say.
I love this, very very well said Melody!
I am praying for you Mel and boys! I wish I could have visited my Uncle Gary more. May he rest in peace. ❤
it was hard seeing you leave. may you rest in peace my sweet step-brother!!!
I would only say rest in peace, as you very seldom rested in life ,and you always found your peace when and where you needed it, deservedly so . Until we meet again . We love you…. Ron and Sue
Gary was a great father and also a very hard worker. I have met few men in my life that had the knowledge and wisdom Gary had learned over the years. His ability to retain information was astounding to me. Dylan, Cody, and Harley were all very lucky to have had the chance to be raised by such an awesome human being! I love you Gary, I know you are in a better place now, God will take care of him for us now.
Gary was a special man. Many of us at our condo complex (Preston flats) knew Gary . . .he was always looking out for us and of course was our go-to guywhen we needed help….I know he is smiling down from above. My sincere condolences to his family- but I know he is in a better place smiling down! We will miss him!