Shan Mullin ’56 is a man who is dear to our fraternity. A member of the Class of ’56, he graduated with a degree in Business and followed with a degree from the University of Washington School of Law in ’58.
Brother Mullin is a partner with the law firm of Perkins Coie in Seattle where he specializes in the firm’s international business practice. He has represented clients in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Russia, the Far East, Australia, Latin America, and Canada…in addition to the USA. In 2004, he received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Washington Law School. His community leadership includes a focus on health services and cancer research. He is a board member and past chairman of the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, is vice-chairman of U.W. Medicine, and serves on the board and is past chair of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. In 2009, he was selected Nonprofit Director of the Year by the National Associations of Corporate Directors. (as written in the Spring 2010 magazine – The PHI GAMMA DELTA)
From my point of view Shan is steady as a rock, and he is a caring and sincere individual. He is a true friend and a great fraternity brother. And it is extra-ordinary fraternity member like Shan who deserves to be recognized by our fraternity as a Distinguished FIJI.
Shan Mullin ’56 formally received his Distinguished Fiji Award from the Executive Director of the national fraternity, Bill Martin at the 2010 Desert FIJI Luncheon in Southern California.