Cardinal Hayes HS mourns the death of Terence Mulvey of The Bronx, NY

Terence Mulvey Death – Cause of Death: New York City police officer Terence Mulvey from The Bronx, New York City passed away on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, surrounded by his loved ones. No cause of death has been made public. Terence went to John F. Kennedy High School in New York City and studied at Lehman College.

Terence was the previous Assistant Principal for Student Affairs at Cardinal Hayes High School. During his tenure, he was an excellent Assistant Principal for Student Affairs. He was a man who began every day at Cardinal Hayes High School with Mass.

“Mr Mulvey will be deeply missed for his selflessness, charity, courage, dedication, and sense of humour. As a community, we deeply mourn the loss of Mr Mulvey. He will always be remembered by the men of Cardinal Hayes High School and the entire Cardinal Hayes community. May he rest in peace,” Cardinal Hayes High School posted on their Facebook page.

Condolences – Comments And Tributes

“Besides my 2 brothers I lost one of my 3 best friends TODAY, I am devastated, I will always think of you Terence Mulvey and thank you for being part of my life”

“With a heavy heart, we’re sorry to announce the passing of our friend and Santa Claus, Terence Mulvey. You were truly a great man and great friend. You will truly be missed. Until we meet, again.”

Terence Mulvey obituary and funeral arrangements have not yet been posted. We will update with more if and when we receive more confirmed information.

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