Dallas Henry Mulcahy, age 25, of Ham Lake died September 9, 2017 at his home. The visitation will be 5 – 8 P.M. on Thursday, September 14th at our Isanti location. The funeral service will be held at 2 P.M. on Friday, September 15th at Strike Life Tributes Funeral and Cremation Services- ISANTI with visitation 1 hour before the service.
Dallas Henry Mulcahy was born March 28, 1992 to Timothy & Suzanne Mulcahy at Fairview Riverside Hospital. After a traumatic birth he was baptized & transferred to Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis. Following 8 days he had made a miraculous recovery and his parents brought him home to begin his life’s journey.
If you knew Dallas you’d know he loved skateboarding, snowboarding, woodworking, welding, movies, video gaming, candy, and not to forget his love of music.
Dallas was a 2010 graduate of Blaine High School. Since high school Dallas struggled with his addiction and held many jobs over the years; but he had finally found his place at Harbor Freight in Greenwood South Carolina. It was no secret he had many hard days but recently the good day were adding up fast. September 9th would have been 8 months of sobriety for him. He was very proud. Dallas was torn over being home with his family and being “home” in South Carolina where he was striving.
To have met him was to have known what a remarkable person he was. Dallas had eyes that melted your heart, a mischievous smile that made you wonder what he was up to, the biggest heart, and the kindest soul.
He was preceded in death by Dottie Mulcahy (grandma), and Diane Trudeau (auntie Boink).
Dallas is survived by his parents, Tim & Sue; loving sister Paige; grandparents, Dennis & Sheila Daly (Me-mo), Reggie Sterling, Duane Mulcahy; Godparents, Maggi Daly (aunt) & Dennis Daly (uncle); Pam Mulcahy (aunt); Don Heitmiller (uncle); Judy Wax (aunt); cousins Jesse, Nikita, Jenelle, Stephanie, Phillip, Katie and Allison; along with many other relatives & friends.
Mark & Toya Young says
Again, to the family of Dallas, we are so, so sorry to hear about his passing. It was such a shock and so heartbreaking. We looked forward to maybe seeing him again one day in South Carolina. He became a vital part of Harbor Freight, a friend to all and a “little brother” to some. You will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers as you learn to adjust to life without him. He will be missed.
anna & Curtis Pribula says
Dallas is a joy to everyone who knew him. We would see him at G-parents home. He would be smiling and joking with g-pa. Friday he helped with some work around their home and left planning to come back and do some more.
Joshua ratley says
Dallas was such a bright person. I remember when I came to the oaks and I first met him. At first he was shy and quiet . But as time went own he became one of my closest friends there. He always kept me laughing. He was such an amazing kid. I’ll miss you little buddy, fly high!!🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Tray davis says
Dallas, it was truely a pleasure to know you, you was more than an employee to me….you was a true friend. I still cant wrap my head around this, i had plans of calling you today to see how things were going in the new store and instead i’m writing this. You have no idea how much you was respected in and out of our store and how much you’ll be missed. We all was looking forward to the day when you came back to greenwood……but
until we meet again, God speed lil buddy.
Cory Garrick says
Dallas u were such a kind hearted individual and i really hate that it came to this. What i really appreciated about u was how straight forward u were, u didnt beat around the bush. We were roomates during my early recovery and U were soooo easy to get along with. I never met anybody that disliked u. Prayers going out for your family, you will he greatly missed
Alek b says
I’ll be praying for you and yours little homie. You were one of cheap coolest and most chill guys I met here in Greenwood. P,us you jammed the same music as me so we got along good. Hated to hear this happened. Love ya man. Rest easy
Robyn Quigley says
Dallas not being with us any more is something that seems so unreal , a young kid so full of life. The battle he fought is stronger than most of us can imagine but he tried his hardest to win. His struggle is over, he’s finally at peace now it’s those of us left behind mourning a terrible loss . My heart breaks for Tim and Sue, and Paige, my deepest sympathies go out to you, I’ll be praying God carries you through and in time replaces your sorrow with all the happy cherished memories you have with Dallas. Much Love to you!
I got to know Dallas in Greenwood, SC and what a fine young man. So gracious and even though he was only ten years or so younger than me just a great kid. Fly high buddy and hopefully your crossing over will give someone the help they need REST IN PEACE
Tim Mulcahy says
You are my son. I miss you so much. I know what a wonderful young man you were, or you are. Were, does not sound right probably never will. Your mom, Paige, and I will keep fighting. We will never forget what a great son and brother you are.
None of this seems real Dallas, I go in your room and you aren’t there. All I do is cry and that doesn’t seem to make me feel any better. You are so loved!!
I hope I see you soon.
With all my heart and soul. I LOVE YOU DALLAS!!