Nell Mullens

Nell C. Mullens

Monday, June 30th, 1930 - Friday, April 3rd, 2020
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Nell Catherine Mullens, 89, of Coldwater passed away Friday, April 3, 2020 at ProMedica Coldwater Regional Hospital after her battle with Covid-19. She was born June 30, 1930 in Waverly, TN to Clyde and Beulah (Damesworth) Durham. On February 11, 1950 Nell married Golden G. Mullens and he preceded her in death on May 22, 2000.
A memorial service for Nell C. Mullens will be held at a later date.
Nell was known for her tender, loving heart spending much of her time as caretaker for others. She was also a generous woman who enjoyed bird watching, sight-seeing, sewing and quilting.
She is survived by her children Junnie (Keith) Morrow of Canton, MI; Linda (Chesty) Blackman of Quincy; Goldie Kay of Dearborn Heights; her grandchildren Rachel, Will, Michael, Christopher, Gary, Crystal, and many greatgrandchildren and great greatgrandchildren.
In addition to her husband, Nell was preceded in death by her parents, her six brothers and sisters, and her close friend and companion Ivan Wellman.
Arrangements are entrusted to Dutcher Funeral Home in Coldwater.

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Posted at 04:33pm
Was like a mom to me don't know what I'm going to do without her 😭 my condolences to her family

Jeri Jordan

Posted at 09:19pm
My dear Sweet Aunt Nell,
I am so happy Don I got to spend some time with you last summer. We loved the days we spent at your house and for the trip we took to Dad's Grave up in Alma. We ate out all the while we were there. so fun and so much laughing. That was the first time you had been back since he passed. I know that you and he were really close. You were there when he passed. You stayed at the Motel with Rance and LaDawn Weston, my daughter, her family and me. There was a big ice storm and no electricity in Edmore. What a wonderful memory for us. The ice on the trees was like red fiber-optic glowing. I told you Dad was letting me know it was just that beautiful on the other side. It gave me peace and comfort at that time. We just talked about that when we were visiting his grave. Now you can talk to him in person and tell him all about it. I miss him as I miss you. I talked to you late afternoon before you went into the hospital. I was so worried about your coughing. I knew in my heart it was more serious than they told you. My heart grieves for you girls and that they couldn't be with you. Linda has been great to keep me informed and also Rachel. I pray for Junnie and her husband. I want to be at your Memorial Service when they have it. I remember visiting you when I would visit my dad during the summer. I knew your girls then but after a few years and I married I lost complete contact with you until dad passed. I will so miss our phone calls. I know how you loved your girls and I pray for their comfort through these next months as they try to find peace. When I come to visit dad's grave again, I will surely stop by to see you and Uncle Golden. Love you both through out the eternities. "WE ARE FAMILY"
FOREVER. Love, Geraldine and Don

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