Ann Victoria Mulverhill of Riverhead died Nov. 26, 2013, at the Riverhead Care Center. She was 79.
She was born in Louisville, Ky April 6, 1934 and studied business education at Theodore Arens Trade High School, where she graduated in 1953. As a teen, she performed in skating shows. She moved to New York and lived in Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill and Coney Island until Hurricane Sandy, when she moved to the care center to be closer to family.
Ms. Mulverhill worked as a medical typist and in business offices for Manpower, Cumberland Hospital, St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center, Reynolds Metals Company, International Business Machines, and Long Island College Hospital.
Her daughter, Helen Soltys, said that Ms. Mulverhill, was gifted at macramé and crocheting, and also had a “green thumb.”
In addition to her daughter, Ms. Mulverhill is survived by a granddaughter; a great-granddaughter and a nephew.
Ms. Mulverhill’s body was donated to Stony Brook University Medical Center for medical research.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, local animal shelters or any other organization that helps with animal care and treatment.