Carolyn Sue Mullins

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Carolyn Sue Mullins

May 05, 1938 - March 05, 2019

Carolyn Sue Mullins ANDERSON [mdash] Carolyn Sue (Runyan) Mullins, 80, Anderson, went to be with the Lord, March 5, 2019.
Carolyn was born May 5, 1938, in Anderson, the daughter of Arthur C. Runyan and Dorothy F. (Hansell) Beeman.
Sue was a homemaker and volunteer at various locations.
She attended Main Street Church of God. She was an active member of Indiana Bluegrass Association, member of Top of the Hill Club, F.O.P., and Eagles. She was an avid bowler who loved to boogey.
Sue is survived by three children, Robert (Katy) Mullins of Hot Springs, Arkansas, Laura Mullins and Frances "Fran" (Jim) Tomlinson, all of Anderson; sister, M. Arlene Strickland of Florida; special friend, Dentice W. Hogue; grandchildren, Robert and Ryan Baker, Bobbie Sue Mullins, Natasha (Kyle) Pulley, Chase Tomlinson and Tiffany Tomlinson, Victoria (Scott) Abderhalden, Charlie, Sam, Felicia and Nikita Mullins, David and Cindy Everage; many great- grandchildren including Xaviar Pulley, Isabelle Pulley and Elijah Tomlinson; and several nieces and nephews.
Sue was preceded in death by her husband, Bobby H. Mullins; sons, Christopher Mullins and Timothy H. Mullins; sister, Rose Ann; and a grandson, Jacob Tomlinson.
Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. with service at 2 p.m. on Monday, March 11, 2019, at Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Service with Pastor Don Billey officiating. Burial will be in Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery.
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Published on March 9, 2019
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Tresa Carpenter-Armstrong
Mar 11, 2019
Frances, I'm so sorry about your mom. I didn't know she was ill. What a warrior she was! I know where you get all of your spunk! I was going to come today, but I'm not feeling well at all. My heart is with you and your family, as you know you have a special place within. We go back a long way and will always be "family" where it counts. Give Michel, Twila, Joyce and Angie big hugs for me, and tell everyone I'm sorry I couldn't be there with all of you today. I miss all of you and really wish we could get together soon. There's a big Mullins hootenanny going on in Heaven today! Rejoice and be comforted in that! Love to you! Tresa