WILMA JUNE MULLINS
Wilma June Mullins, 81, of Pound, entered peacefully into her eternal reward Monday June 15, 2020 from her residence.
Wilma was a born again Christian and a member of Pyles Memorial Church for 40 plus years, She loved her Lord and going to Church. Hearing her family sing in church was so precious to her. She always had a kind word for everyone and a beautiful smile on her face. Wilma was one of the most kind, humble, giving people you could ever meet. She treasured the time she shared with her loving family. Her husband Trent was the light of her life. She called him “Pap” and he called her “Diddy”. Wilma was so very proud of her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Wilma was preceded in death by her loving husband Trent Mullins, an infant son, Scotty Van Mullins; her parents, Bascom and Gertrude (Gibson) Dotson: a sister, Lois Shortt; and a brother, Alvin Dotson.
Survivors include her daughter, Vicky Lynn Phillips and husband Thea of Wise; her son, Rob Mullins and wife Missy Pound; grandchildren, Nakisha Robinson and husband Michael of Clintwood, Haley King and husband Matt of Big Stone Gap, Robbie Mullins Jr. of Pound; great grandchildren, TW Robinson, Nick Robinson, Zoie King, Karsen King and Kimber Ann Mullins; a brother Stanley Dotson and wife Linda of Pound; several nieces, nephews and cousins; her church family and a host of friends and loved ones to mourn her passing and cherish her memory.
Funeral services were conducted at 7 pm Wednesday June 17 in the Baker Funeral Home chapel with Reverend Troy Belcher and Reverend Randy Carter officiating. The family received friends from 5 pm until time of services.
Graveside services were conducted at 1 am Thursday June 18 at the Eli Mullins Cemetery on Sock Hollow Road in Pound where Robbie Mullins Jr., Randy Shortt, Matt King, Elijah Mills, Michael Robinson, T W (Dub) Robinson and Nick Robinson served as pallbearers.
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