Steven Mulvey Jr.

Stephen W. Mulvey Jr. of Rye, New York and Vero Beach, Florida passed away September 13, 2017 following complications from a stroke.

Born on December 18, 1951 in Brooklyn, New York, he was one of six children of Stephen “Bud” and Patricia Mulvey. His parents and grandparents were part owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers dating back to the Brooklyn Dodger days.

After graduating from Iona Prep School in 1971, he attended Notre Dame. He remained an avid supporter and devoted fan of all Notre Dame Irish Sports.

Mr. Mulvey was a successful businessman. Early on, he was involved in the Mulvey McKeever Exhibition Company, a family holding company formed in 1912, with substantial investments in the motion picture industry, Major League Baseball, golf, and real estate.

His found his greatest success with the formation of Pinnacle Golf and the creation of three distinctive clubs in Vero Beach: Quail Valley in 2001, the River Club in 2003, and The Pointe in 2016.

Outside of his professional life, he was either supporting his wife Kathy’s golf accomplishments or hunting and fishing. He was a lifelong member of Westchester Country Club, where he and his wife spent countless hours with friends.

In addition, Mr. Mulvey was a proud member of the National Rifle Association, Ducks Unlimited, and many organizations committed to balancing land conservancy and wildlife.

He will deeply miss his friends at his beloved cabin at The Wounded Bear Lodge in Long Eddy, N.Y., as well as the numerous sportsmen whom he hunted with over the years.

In addition to his devoted wife Kathy, he is survived by his brothers, Kevin, Patrick, and James, and his sister, Keelyn Mulvey, along with his beloved St. Bernard, Truman. His parents and sister, Maripat Mulvey, predeceased him.

Steve Mulvey will be remembered as a man who was loyal to his family and friends, a devoted husband, and someone who would happily share a beer.

He was so grateful to everyone who took time to send him cards and letters, along with those who visited him during his recovery and rehabilitation. He will undoubtedly be remembered for his zest of life.