Ollie Mullins was born on September 19, 1925 to the late Monroe and Millie Gibson Mullins. He was
preceded in death by his mom and dad and 5 brothers. Ollie was married to Geneva Fannin in December, 1951,
and to this union were born 5 children. One preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn: his wife, Geneva, and 3
sons, Glen of Ashland, Jimmy of Mallie and Jams Keith of Lexington; and one daughter, Carolyn Maggard of
Lexington. He also leaves 5 grandsons, V.J. and Nicholas Mullins of Ashland, Jeremy Mullins of Ohio, Jason
Mullins of Mallie and Todd Beavan of Lexington; and 2 granddaughters, Marinda Mullins of Ashland and Heidi
Beavan of Lexington. He leaves one brother, Oliver Mullins of Amburgey; two sisters, Beatrice Cook and Cleo
Everage both of Amburgey; and four great grandchildren, Jhakoby, Jordan, Nicholas and Hailey.
Ollie worked hard all his life to raise his children. He drove a bread truck for Kern’s Bakery for 25 years. He
was a great and devoted husband and father. He tried very hard to see that his children had everything that they
Early in life he found there was something missing in his life. He prayed and God forgave him of his many
sins. In the early ‘70’s he joined the church and was baptized. A year later he was made a deacon of the
church. God was not finished with Ollie, he then had another calling to preach the gospel. He traveled near and
far for as long as he was able. About six years ago he started having trouble with his legs and lost both of
them. He never gave up and always said he would be back in church again.
He didn’t get to go very much after hat, but he never lost his faith. When anyone would come, he loved to talk
about the Lord. He has fought a good fight and he has kept the faith. He is now resting in the arms of Jesus.
We will miss him very much, but we all can go where he is now.