Mullis, Reginald

Reginald Mullis -COCHRAN


– Reginald Mullis, age 77, died Thursday in the Bryant Nursing Center. Graveside services are Saturday at 1P.M. in the Union Hill Baptist Cemetery.


-Mr. Mullis had lived most of his life Cochran. He was the son of the late J.W. and Evelyn Skipper Mullis and was preceded in death by his brothers, Bobby Lane Mullis and Wayne Mullis. He was a charter member of Southside Baptist Church. -Survivors are his sister-in-law, Renetta Mullis of Cochran; niece and nephew, Julie (Barry) Lanfair and Jason (Rhonda) Mullis of Cochran; great nieces and nephews, Amber, Brianna, Josie, Cody and Tyler, and his Bryant Nursing Home family.


-The family is at 1214 Bowers Cemetery Road and will greet friends after the service Saturday. -Mathis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Published in The Telegraph on 3/21/2009


http://www.legacy.com/Macon/DeathNotices.asp?Page=LifeStory&PersonId=125313509


March 23, 2009
DUE TO HIS FAITH AND LOVE OF OUR GOD REGGIE WAS AN INSPIRATION TO ALL WHO KNEW HIM. HE WAS FRIENDLY AND ALWAYS HAD A SMILE. GOD BLESS AND COMFORT YOU. JUANITA AND BOBBY GAY COCHRAN, GA


March 21, 2009
I remember the many times my children were allowed to swim and learned how to swim at Aunt Pat’s and Reggie’s home. He would give them snicker’s bar whenever they would come down the slide or swim the lenght of the pool. Most importantly I am thankful for his demonstration and dedication to his church and Lord. Thank you for serving the Lord. He is home at last.




Gary & Debbie Collins,

Cochran, Georgia


March 21, 2009
I am so sorry for your loss. Reggie was so special, I worked at the Nursing Home and he was my favorite patient. He could always make me smile on my worst days. He enjoyed me playing the piano for them so much. I also loved feeding him them M&M’s all the time. He had such courage and could show such love even without words. It was a pleasure to know him and he is a angel and no longer suffering now. May God be with you at this time of your loss.




Robin Purser Dykes,

Eastman, Georgia


March 21, 2009
Reginald was one of the sweetest and most loving people ever on Earth. I am sure everyone who knew him agrees. Thank God for the promise that some day all of life’s difficulties end and eternity is spent in a brand new body. Rest in peace, Reggie.




Cindy Dykes,

Cochran, Georgia


March 21, 2009
I will always remember Mr. Reggie’s kind smile and firm handshake. When I was a boy, he’d buy his gas to cut grass with from us and was always smiling. A kind sweet man who will be missed.




Robert Heath,

Cochran, Georgia


March 21, 2009
MY DEAREST FRIEND OF 53 YEARS, YOU HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AN INSPIRATION TO SO MANY & YOU HAVE ALWAYS SHARED YOUR FAITH IN GOD AND YOU HAVE ALWAYS LET GOD SHINE THROUGH YOUR EYES. ANYONE THAT HAS NOT BEEN BLESSED BY KNOWING YOU HAVE MISSED OUT ON SOMETHING SPECIAL.
YOU ARE FINALLY OUT OF PAIN AND DISCOMFORT AND I CAN JUST SEE YOU NOW, RUNNING AROUND HEAVEN WITH YOUR MOM AND DAD AND BROTHERS, LAUGHING AND TALKING.

IN THESE LAST FEW YEARS, I HAVE ASKED SO MANY TIMES “GOD WHY DOES HE HAVE TO SUFFER?” THAT IS NOT FOR US TO KNOW & WE ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO ASK. WE HAVE TO KNOW THAT HE HAS HIS REASONS.
THANK YOU FOR BEING MY SPECIAL FRIEND AND I SHALL MISS YOU, BUT I AM SO HAPPY THAT YOU ARE THERE AND MAKING EVERYONE SMILE. I HOPE THEY HAVE M & M’S THERE.
SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH WAS VERY LUCKY TO HAVE SOMEONE OF YOUR FAITH AS A MEMBER THERE.
I LOVE YOU AND I AM SO GLAD YOU WERE MY FRIEND. YOU GO AND REST NOW AND GET READY TO JUST HAVE A GOOD TIME EVERY DAY.
FAYE C. HINSON




FAYE C. HINSON,

COCHRAN, Georgia

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