Chad Daniel Mullenberg passed from this life far too soon on October 30, 2018 at the age of 24. He was born August 21, 1994 to Daniel and Teresa Mullenberg in Racine, Wisconsin. The family moved to Oklahoma where Chad attended Moore Public Schools. He graduated from Southmoore High School in 2013 and went on to attend Rose State College.
Chad worked in the family business at Unique Motor Sports where he was an auto salesman and purchased autos. He was extremely athletic and participated in almost every sport throughout his life, including basketball, baseball, football, and golf. Golfing was a more recent and occasional sport that he began to enjoy because he was able to spend time with his dad and brother-in-law. Family meant everything to Chad and he really enjoyed being with them and going to the lake to wakeboard and just hang out with those he loved. His dad was his number one fan who he could count on no matter what and his brother Troy was his right-hand man and sidekick. The two had the same passion for performance cars and loved nothing more than building them together and then testing them to see just how fast they could go. Chad was also an avid sports fan and some of his favorite teams included the Green Bay Packers, the Oklahoma Sooners, and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The life of the party, Chad was the most outgoing person one could ever meet. When he was out and about, he loved dancing, being around people and making everyone laugh. When he was at home, he loved being his mom’s baby and having her to spoil him. He definitely enjoyed being the youngest child of the home because his mom always helped him with anything and everything.
You would never see Chad in attire that wasn’t perfectly and strategically put together by him. His appearance was important to him and he was always dressed to impress. In addition to the perfect shoes that matched every outfit, Chad also never let his sister Danielle wait too long without giving him a fresh haircut. He just loved to look good and feel good.
Chad was preceded in death by his brother, Scott Kenton; grandparents, Carlyle and Betty Krueger, Walter and Jean Anderson, and Darrell Mullenberg; uncles, William John Krueger and Ronald Krueger; and his aunt, Emily Day.
Those left to cherish his memory include his parents, Daniel and Teresa Mullenberg of Oklahoma City; sister, Danielle Parrish and T.J. of Oklahoma City; brother, Troy Mullenberg and Andrea of Oklahoma City; grandfather, Richard Fowler; uncles, Gordon and Sherry Simanek of Burlington, Wisconsin, Richard Day of Racine, Wisconsin, Ken and Lynda Killberg of Racine, Wisconsin, and Jim and Shelly Pinter of Kenosha, Wisconsin; aunt, Sandy Racile of Celina, Texas; nephews, Dillon Mullenberg, Jackson Mullenberg, Scotti G. Kenton, and Harley Kenton; nieces, Erianna Mullenberg, Madeline Mullenberg, and Tessa Mullenberg; cousins, Heidi Simmons, C.J. Simmons, Fancianna Jean Simgjmons, Richard “Rick” Day, Nolan Day, Javis Pinter, Jazzi Pinter, Jessica Costanzo, Dominic Costanzo, Jason Simanek, Gordo Simanek, Kate Rahaim, Evan Rahaim, Lucas Rahaim, Ben Killberg, Gabriel Killberg, Wyatt Killberg, Kathie Hawk, Jennifer Nelson, Kyler Hawk, Tenely Nelson, Calem Nelson, and Kristin MacMorran.
Visitation for Chad will be 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday, November 2, 2018 at Moore Funeral and Cremation and will continue on Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Victory Family Church, 4343 N. Flood Avenue, Norman, OK 73069. Services to honor Chad's life are 3:00 p.m., Saturday, November 3, 2018 at Victory Family Church.