Ricki James Mulcahey, 52

Ricki James Mulcahey, 52; of Scriba, NY passed away Friday March 18, 2011, in Oswego Hospital.

He was born in Oswego on January 22, 1959 to the late Marie Bernice Fetterly Mulcahey.

Ricki was past employed as an Oil Rigger in Texas. He also worked with Oswego Wire, Camden Wire and Omega Wire, and at several of the nuclear plants.

He was a former member of Laborers Local #214 and he was a current member of the Boilermakers Local #5-175.

Ricki enjoyed many sports, his family and many friends. He was always willing to help anyone. Ricki was blessed with many friends and loving family. He had a wonderful life shared by many.

His children were the center of his world. He was an extremely proud father and brother.

Ricki was also pre-deceased by his sister Debra Mulcahey and brother Charles Mulcahey.

He is survived his children Marie Mulcahey, Robert Mulcahey and Monica Mulcahey, his brothers: Gary (Cindy) Mulcahey, David (Debbie) Mulcahey, Mike Mulcahey, Steve (Elise Williams) Mulcahey, Randy Mulcahey and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, 147 W. Fourth St. Oswego.

Burial will be held in St. Peter’s Cemetery, Oswego.

Calling hours will be conducted 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home.


  1. Mulcahey Family,
    We were so shocked and saddened to read this about Ricki. You know we love you guys and have known you for many many years. We are not going to be in town for the calling hrs. or funeral, but know that our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please know that if you need us for anything–moral support, love and just to be there for you, we will be here. To us you guys are still just young kids, its hard to realize you are all grown men. Esp shocking to see Rick was 52. Love to all of you.
    Ronnie and Kayln Sharp

  2. Love, Light and Blessings to all the Mulcahey family.
    It was a shock to hear about Ricki and if there is any thing I can do please just say the word.
    I have great memories of Ricki that will keep him a live in my heart for a very long time. He was fun and relaxed at the same time. He was wild on a motor cycle and snow mobile and just really knew how to have fun no matter what he did…
    He loved his kids and was excellent with all nieces and nephews.
    If you needed his help he was always there even if it was just to harass you for a good laugh.
    I am sorry I can not be there for the calling hours and services, but know that I am there with prayers and thoughts…
    I love you all and will be in NY in April.
    Love Always Helen Mulcahey-Smith

  3. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Ricki.My prayers are with you all,and sorry I am not able to be there with you in your time of need.

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