Randall Mullins
Middleport,Ohio
11/10/1949-9/16/2018

   Randall Ray Mullins, 68, went peacefully home with the Lord on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at his residence in Middleport, OH.  
   He was born in Gallipolis, Ohio on November 10, 1949 to Audrey Wallace-Mullins and Mark E. Mullins of Mercerville, OH who both precede him in death.  He is also preceded in death by two brothers: Ralph Eddie Mullins and Norval Dewey Mullins.  
   Randall is survived by his loving wife of 18 years Kathy McElhinny Mullins of Middlleport; a son Eric Mullins and his fiancĂ© Amy Pearson of Ellamore, WV; a daughter Amanda and Jason Halley of Mercerville, OH; stepsons Jeff and Marlo Hood of Lacey, WA and Todd and Megan L. Hood of Middleport, OH.  He is also survived by three brothers Howard and Nancy Mullins of Gallipolis, OH, Lyndall and Barbara Mullins of West Jefferson, OH, Kendall and Debbie Mullins of Gallipolis, OH and a brother-in-law Russ and Gayle McElhinny of Sarasota, FL. Grandchildren Kara Mullins, Brandon Hood, Megan Marie Hood, Brigg Hood, Ava Hood, Willow Hood and Rileigh Ward and one great-grandchild Brinley McKinney and several nieces and nephews.
    Randall graduated from Hannan Trace High School on 1967 and went on to receive an Associate Degree in Architectural Design.  He used this degree to excel at his gift as a carpenter.  Randall lived his life to the fullest excelling at many other trades as well including: custom woodworking, design, building inspector, gardening, cooking, canning, canvas painting, singing, songwriting and making sweet music with his brothers and friends with the Mullins Brothers Last Shot Band.   As much as Randall loved all these things, he also loved God, his many friends and most of all his family.  All who met him loved him and enjoyed his many talents.  He will be deeply missed by all.
   There will be no funeral services as it was Randall’s wish to be cremated.  Friends may join the family in a celebration of life on Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 2 to 4 pm at the Riverbend Arts Council and Masonic Temple, 290 North Second St, Middleport, OH.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation to The American Heart Association at: donatenow.heart.org or by calling 1-800-AHA-USA1.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Anderson McDaniel Funeral Home

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