Liam Vlaho McMullan went home to be with the Lord and loved ones on October 20, 2020.
Liam was born to Paul McMullan and Tanya Rudenjak on October 14, 2007 in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Liam is survived by his father Paul McMullan of Keene, NH., mother Tanya Rudenjak of Waltham, MA. Also surviving are uncles and aunts Natasha Daldon and husband Viktor Daldon, their children Jona and Ian, Brsecine, Croatia, Estelle Rattner, Boynton Beach FL., daughter Melissa Young and husband Brian Slominski, children Sedona and Dustin, Moorestown, NJ., Lesley Provenzano (deceased), Carl Provenzano and children Isabella and Max, New York NY., Great aunt Jelica Rudenjak, Parma, Italy. Herb McMullan, Doug and Genie McMullan, Ron and Debbie McMullan, Ken McMullan, Jesse (deceased), Becky, Posey, Jill, Jonathan, Benjamin, Christopher and Melissa and his dog Henri.
Liam met life's challenges with tenacity and grace, he will be deeply missed by those whose lives he touched.
Special thanks to the staff at Seven Hills Pediatric Center, Groton, MA. for their exceptional skill and attentiveness in caring for him.
Family and Friends will gather to honor and remember Liam for a period of visitation in the Badger Funeral Home, 45 School Street Groton on Saturday October 24, 2020 from 1:30pm until 3:30pm. His funeral service will be live-streamed prior to the visitation at 12:30pm. Please use the following link to attend remotely: https://iframe.dacast.com/b/156599/c/541147
Liam will be laid to rest at 2:00pm on Sunday October 25th at Cedar Park Cemetery, 735 Forest Ave, Paramus NJ.
There will be a celebration of life at Seven Hills Pediatric Center when allowed.
To watch Liam's funeral service please use the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AI9uTg74QVw
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in Liam's name to:
Seven Hills Pediatric Center
22 Hillside Ave.
Groton, MA 01450
Thanks to thee, O Lord, that I have risen today,
To the rising of this life itself;
May it be to thine own glory, O God of every gift,
Thanks to the O gentle Lord,
That thou hast raised me freely from the black
And the darkness of the night
To the kindly light of this day
Dance and sing now little man, you are home free.