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Warren “Bud” Mullikin

April 24, 2024 | 2 comments

Warren “Bud” Mullikin, 90, of Onalaska died Tuesday, April 23, 2024 peacefully at his home in Holmen. Bud was born on February 23rd, 1934 to Amon and Florence (Taft) Mullikin in Barnum, Wisconsin. Bud talked fondly of his childhood on the family farm, and the many adventures he and his two brothers enjoyed on their land. Shortly after moving to Onalaska he met the love of his life Virginia “Ginny” Finch in 1953. They married at First Lutheran Church Onalaska in 1956.  Together they had one son born in 1958.


Bud enjoyed sweets, watching animals, deer hunting, growing vegetables, telling stories of his youth, spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He is survived by his son Jeffery (Terry) Mullikin of Holmen, grandchildren Justin Mullikin of Holmen, and Megan (Kurt) Knoll of Cataract, Wis, great-grandchildren Finley and Odin Knoll, along with many nieces and nephews.


He was preceded in death by his parents Amon and Florence, brothers Amon “Buster” and Donald “Don” Mullikin, sisters in law Vivian and Marguerite Mullikin, and his one and only love Virginia.


Friends may call at The Gathering Place, 133 Mason Street, Onalaska, WI on Friday, June 07, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service at 11:30 a.m.

A private family burial will be held at Onalaska cemetery at a later date.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Cherish Outdoors Wisconsin Fund in Bud`s memory.


Coulee Region Cremation Group is assisting the family at this time.



  1. Rhonda Lawrence

    We all will miss our dear Uncle Bud. He was a very sweet, kind, and gentle soul, who was loved by everyone.
    Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you (Jeff), Terry, and your family at this difficult time.
    God’s blessings of peace and comfort to you all.

    Rhonda, Pat, and family❤️

  2. Julie2

    My condolences to the Mullikin family. I worked at OnaTerrace when Bud and Virginia lived there. They were always a joy to be around and had such a great sense of humor. They were always such a loving couple. Again, my deepest sympathy, I know they will be deeply missed, somehow I think they might be at a Casino together again.


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