John H Mould Jr.
John (Jack) Halsey Mould Jr, seventy-six years, originally of Harrison, New Jersey, passed away on January 2, 2019 in Henderson, Nevada.
John was born in Newark, New Jersey to John Halsey Mould Sr. and Anita Cavanaugh on July 22, 1942.
John graduated high school from Essex Catholic, received his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and earned his MBA from Rider University. John was a devoted and loving husband and a father who loved coaching his kids in soccer, basketball and baseball. He was the co-founder and served as president of the South Brunswick Traveling Soccer Association. John held various Information Technology Management roles within his distinguished professional career. He was a compassionate and caring man who always put the needs of others before himself.
John is preceded in death by his father, John Halsey Mould Sr., mother, Anita Cavanaugh and brother, Richard (Dick) Mould.
John is survived by his of wife of 51 years, Carol Ann Mould (nee Bellini), daughter and son in-law, Natalie Thomas (nee Mould) and Joseph Thomas, son and daughter in-law, John Halsey Mould III and Elizabeth Mould, sister, Peggy Marino, bothers, Jim Mould, Gary Mould, Robert Mould. John also had one granddaughter, Alexandra Veronica Mould.
A placement\blessing gathering will be held at 3:00 PM (PST) Friday, February 8, 2019 at Davis Funeral Homes and Memorial Park in Henderson, NV.
The family of John Halsey Mould Jr. wishes to extend our sincere thanks to all family and friends for their loving support.
To Anne and Jim and family, I am very sorry to learn of the passing of Jim's brother. Sending sincere sympathy, prayers, and love to all the family members at this very sad time. May John rest in peace.
Joanne Chernoff and familyMarlboro, NJ
I will always remember spending Christmas & special occasions at Uncle Jack’s house. It was important to the Moulds to spend time together. Who could forget the brothers playing horseshoes while the cousins were entrenched in hide & seek battles. Rest In Peace Uncle Jack! My entire family sends heartfelt condolences & strength at this difficult time to Aunt Carol, Natalie, and Jackie.
Richard MouldHowell, NJ
Dear Carol, Natalie, Jack and Families,
We will always remember the the good times on Joan Street with all the young, growing families. Our relationship with your family stands out in our memory. Jackie and Chris' friendship was at the heart of that relationship. Through it Jack and I became friends and spent many years coaching and watching the two of you play soccer, basketball and baseball. Jack was always willing to get involved and had an impact on many of the youth in South Brunswick. I will always be thankful for the time he gave in helping me coach and getting the South Brunswick Soccer Club off the ground. Please accept my sincere sympathy
along with that of my wife, Carol and our children, Chris, Anne and Jane. May God keep Jack in his loving embrace.
God bless you all. Denis Mayer
Denis MayerKendall Park, NJ
Carol-So sorry to hear of Jacks departing. He was a wonderful,caring man. My deepest sympathies are with you all. You both were always very dear to me.
Ruth UiberallPrinceton, NV
Jack, you have made a positive lasting impact on every member of your family. A perfect role model. God Bless you !
Don MarinoSpring Lake Ht, NJ