Tina Ann Mullins

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Tina Ann Mullins was born November 24, 1962, in Columbus, Ohio to the late William Moore Sr. and Marilyn Wilson Moore. She departed this life peacefully early Monday morning October 26, 2020, in the presence of her loving family.

Tina received her formal education from the Columbus City School district graduating in 1981 from Whetstone High School while taking classes from Linden McKinley in her senior year. Upon graduation she attended Ohio University.

Tina married Lonnie B. Mullins and to this union the joy of her life was born, Zion Luke Mullins. Tina was a member of Mount Hermon Baptist Church, where she served as a former member of the DJW Pastoral Choir.

Her hobbies included hosting gatherings, traveling with friends, and yard sale shopping. Tina had a passion for volunteer work, particularly for feeding the homeless at Shiloh Baptist Church with the Women of Essence. While doing this important work, Tina said she “witnessed a modern day miracle”. With only a ten-pound turkey and limited Thanksgiving fixings, she and her friend Taimi were able to feed over fifty people with food to spare. They didn’t think they could manage it, but the food seemingly continued to multiply.

With a love for retail, Tina worked at Schottenstein as a distributor for over 26 years until the store closed. Later working for Rich’s Products Corporation until her health began to fail in 2018.

A nurturer by nature who was kind and soft spoken was considered the best friend to all who were lucky enough to know her as a companion. She was a devoted caregiver to her Mother for over ten years, until her passing in February, 2018. Tina loved her nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins dearly. She never missed a Wilson Family reunion and always living life to the fullest. A diehard football fan, she was always rooting for The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Cleveland Browns. Her Ohio State vs Michigan parties were something to look forward to each season, which came along with her birthday.

Tina is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, parents; William Moore Sr, and Marilyn Wilson Moore, brothers; William Moore Jr., and Thomas Moore.

Tina leaves to cherish her memory her beloved son Zion Luke; sister, Zeta (Keith) Jones; brothers, Ronald P. and Roger Moore, all of Columbus Ohio; Aunts, Mary Jo Holloman of Dayton, Ohio, Mary Wilson, of Delaware, Ohio; nieces, Dawn E. Allen of Columbus, Ohio, Aletha R. M. (Brandt) Carter of Atlanta, Ga., Love E. Moore of Columbus, Ohio, Dominique (Richard) Sieger, of Germany, Carina Moore, of Germany, and Bianca N. Moore of Columbus, Ohio; nephews, William Allen, Roger (Marie) Allen of Columbus, Ohio, Thomas (Sabrina) Moore, of Germany, Christopher (Kimmie) Moore of St. Marys, Ga., Adam R. Moore of Columbus, Ohio. Twenty-one great-nieces and nephews, and a host of cousins; Sister Cousins; Vicky Kidd, Bobbi Jo Wilson, Jan Jefferson, Joy Lynn Evans, Dominick Lee, Donita Mason, Lizzie Virgies, and Treshall Ross. Special friends Willie Harden, Shelia Davis, Doris Boyd, Denise Days, Darlene Smith, Karen Sue Days, Stuart Struthers; Women of Essence- Maria Morris, Susan Bass, Taimi Calhoun, Marlo Lumpkin, Clarice Rhette, Nancy Ghee, Rita Ward, Sylvia Abrams, June Wise, Karen Lumley, Kelly Nixion, Sherry Spence, Angie Long, Adrian Ross, and Angie Pinson.

Public Visitation 1:00pm followed by a Private Memorial Service at 2:30pm Saturday, October 31, 2020 at Mt. Hermon Baptist Church 2283 Sunbury Rd. Mask & Social Distancing are required. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Condolences to the Moore Family.
    So sorry for your loss.
    Zeta, Roger, I’m here for you.

  2. Praying for peace to Zeta and the Moore family. We love you all. The Medley family.

  3. John and Denetha Saunders

    Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time

  4. Karen,Jacob and Nick

    Our hearts go out to you in this very difficult time.I believe Tina and Larry will be watching some “Ohio State” football shouting back and forth “OH-IO”!

  5. I was saddened to hear of Tina’s passing. I worked with her at Schottenstein’s and she was a wonderful person to know. She touched so many people with her kindness and love of God and family. Truly an angel who is Now wearing her wings.

  6. My deepest condolences and prayers to The Moore Family Tina and Roger so sorry for your loss of your sister Tina she will be truly missed

  7. My deepest Sympathy to you Zeta and family,Praying for your strength at this difficult time.

  8. Sis Donna Shepherd

    To the Family, You have my deepest sympathy. Sis Tina was a very nice person who always spoke to you where ever she saw you. I will miss seeing her at Church and Wednesday Jazz at Easton in the summer. May the Lord comfort each of you during this time of sorrow. God Bless!!

  9. MS. ETHEL (JONES) EDWARD & FAMILY

    TO THE FAMILY OF: MRS. TINA MULLINS:

    TO ZETA & ANTHONY JONES & FAMILY: MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU IN YOUR LOSS. MAY GOD GIVE YOU STRENGTH. HE IS ALWAYS THERE WHEN YOU NEED HIM. SHE IS RESTING IN THE ARM OF JESUS. KEEP HER MEMORIES IN YOUR HEARTS. AS EARTH HATH NO SORROW THAT HEAVEN CANNOT HEAL!

    MAY GOD ALWAYS BLESS YOU!

  10. Praying for the family. I love you!

  11. Condolences to family, thoughts and prayers are with you.

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