Celebration of Life
Mrs. Hattie C. Mullins
December 12, 1917 January 18, 2016
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Union Grove United Methodist Church
757 Dixie Road
Covington, Georgia 30014
Rev. Kenneth Norrington, Pastor, Eulogist
Assisted By Others
On the afternoon of January 18, 2016, at Riverside Health Care, Jesus softly spoke with a gentle voice and called Mrs. Hattie C. Mullins home. She was born December 12, 1917 to the late Dennis and Daisy Clark Cunningham.
*At an early age she joined Union Grove United Methodist Church. Mrs. Mullins was a faithful member until her declining health. She was recognized as the oldest member of the church, which was an honor.
*Mrs. Hattie Mullins retired from the Newton County School system. She worked as a Food Service provider for over 20 years of dedicated service. She loved her family dearly and always placed them first. Mrs. Hattie always dressed to impress and was a beloved member of her community.
*On November 27, 1938, she was united in marriage to the late Willie F. Mullins. Six children blessed this union. The late Betty Jean (Weaver) Banks and Randolph (Moon) Mullins. surviving children are; John (Ida) Mullins, Lithonia, Georgia, James (Juanita) Mullins, Covington, Georgia, Woodrow (Linda) Mullins, Covington, Georgia, and Wayne (Tine) Mullins, Augusta, Georgia.
Others left to cherish her memory, are her grandchildren: Michael (Deborah) Banks, Cynthia (Isaac) Bostick, Debra White, Randy Mullins, Chandra (Ralph) Ivey, Christopher Mullins, Juana (Tavis) Maddox, Jamie (Deangelo) Green, Lorenzo Mullins, Dewan Mullins, Pedro Dennis, Keidrick (Tavona) Mullins, Tony (TaRica) Mullins, Sentel Mullins and Terrance Cook, Thirty-nine great-grandchildren, eleven great great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, fam
Michael Banks Keidrick Mullins Tony Mullins
Sentel Mullins Deangelo Green Tavis Maddox
Nieces and Grandchildren
ily and friends.