Judith Mullins

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Judith Ann Mullins, age 52. Sunrise February 17, 1972 and Sunset May 12, 2024. Visitation 2:00 PM and Funeral Service 3:00 PM Saturday, May 18, 2024 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave. To read the complete obituary, order flowers, view video tribute and offer condolences to the Mullins Family, visit www.TheChapelofPeace.com

Condolence Messages

  1. Shawnie, Mona and Louis Jordan

    Sending prayers of strength an abundant love to the Mullins and Keyes Family.

    I met Judy in the early 90’s and what started as a weekend babysitter job quickly transformed into a big sis, lil sis bond that I’ve cherished for decades.

    Judy was stylish,witty and beautiful. I loved waiting up to listen to her stories about how the evening unfolded.

    Judy was extremely selfless in extending love and generosity to my family in our time of hardship. I will cherish all the laughter and tears.

    Judy you will always be loved, always be missed, and forever be remembered.

    With love always,

  2. I have knowing Judy for a very long time she was my staff and she was a mom to me. She is very nice to people and she was a very good cook. She all make you laugh your butt off.

  3. Shirley Mixon

    Sending prayers for the family of Judy. I only known her for a short time while she was living in Hanford. She was such a lovely lady who reached out to me and my family when we were going through. I pray peace for her family.

    The Mixon

  4. Casandra Keyes

    Sending condolences to the family of MS. Judy Mullins. I haven’t seen you since we were young, but the posts you used to put on Facebook, would always make me smile. No matter what you were going through, you always had a Big smile and pushed through. You are with your mom, sister and your son — no more suffering for you. To the rest of the family, I pray for your strength in this hurtful time. God knows best. I Love You

  5. My deepest sympathy during your loss. Judy and my daughter Kim Hall were best friends. We are praying for the Family’s strength during this difficult season.

    With love,
    Althea Day & family

  6. Kim Hall -Spencer

    It’s with a heavy heart that I give my deepest condolences to Judy’s family and beautiful children. She was my childhood friend and will forever remember you
    And our last conversations we had. Funny how life comes full circle when just a few months ago you and your family experienced a photo session with the grinch. And the young lady taking your photos happened to be my daughter and her husband. My daughter stated that you told her that she looks just like your friend name Kim, and she said my mom’s name is Kim and lord behold it my daughter and I was the friend that you were speaking about. Amazingly how you put two and two together. I will Miss you friend! Sincerely Kim Hall.

  7. Kita Clark-Powell

    To the Mullins and Keys family, I send my heartfelt condolences and prayers to you all. I grew up with Judi and use to walk to 17th from the Terrace just to sit on the porch and laugh. What I love is how she was always on Facebook praying for her kids, grands and everyone on FB ~that’s what I’ll miss. She called her grandson Minister Mook so baby make MawMaw proud. Love, Kita

  8. Constance Ellison-Randolph

    May the Lord Jesus Christ keep you safe in his care and keep you in his arms always family. Your home Judy in the father’s house praise Jesus!

  9. Desmond Braxton

    To my family I love you all so much and my heart is heavy with my love for my big cousin she always hugged me and told me she loved me every time I would see her and she wouldn’t let me go until I told her I love you Judy.

  10. Nikki Stewart

    To the Mullins family,
    My world came to a complete stop of learning of Judi passing. We were childhood friends who grew up on 17th Ave. We would sit outside, laugh and talk and just enjoy life with no worries. After 8th grade we lost touch as life makes those kind of things happen but you stayed on my mind. I always told your brother when I seen him out to tell you “hi!” and I know he did as we reconnected on Facebook and you made it a point to let me know. Your smile was as big as your heart, your love was contagious and your friendship was a pleasure and an honor that I thank God for allowing our paths to cross. Keep smiling in Heaven as I know that’s where you are and know that your memories through friends and your family will always keep your amazing spirit alive.

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