On Tuesday, October 4, from 12 p.m. until 4.30 p.m., he will lie in state at the Jennings Funeral Home on Oscar Traynor Road in Coolock. On Wednesday at 11.30 a.m., a funeral service will be held at St. Vincent de Paul Church on Griffith Avenue, followed by burial at the Balgriffin Cemetery Extension.
Elizabeth, Helen, Bernard, Pádraig, Nathan, daughter Jackie, Luke, Adam, Eva, Alex, Grace, Sophie, Daniel, Sadie, Zack, and Kodie are the survivors of Brian.
On September 27, 1954, Gaelic football player Brian Mullins was born in Ireland. The Dublin football revolution of the 1970s, led by Kevin Heffernan, was greatly assisted by Mullins, a member of St Vincent’s Club. He was a midfielder who won four All-Ireland medals, his first coming in 1974 when, at the age of just 20, Dublin defeated Galway to win the Sam Maguire trophy for the first time since 1963.
He almost had his playing career ended in a horrific automobile accident in 1980, but he recovered and went on to win his fourth All-Ireland gold in that infamous game against Galway in 1983. In addition to the four victories by Sam Maguire, Mullins withdrew from inter-county football in 1985 with nine Leinster successes, two league triumphs, and other accomplishments. In 1986, Mullins also served as Dublin’s interim manager.
The last inter-county team he managed was Derry, which he led from 1996 to 1998. Under his leadership, Derry won an Ulster title and a league, which was their last until this summer. He has recently held the positions of director of sport at UCD in addition to chairman and manager of St Vincent’s.
We gathered an estimate of Brian Mullins’ net worth from several online sources. Brian Mullins has a net worth of $1.5 Million as of October 2022. Ngnews247.com