Resthaven Funeral Home & Resthaven Memorial Park

5740 West 19th Street, Lubbock, TX


Patricia Fay Mull

February 16, 1941March 25, 2020

Patricia Fay McCraw Mull, 79 of Lubbock passed away on Wednesday March 25, 2020 at The Plaza at Lubbock Nursing Home.

She was born on February 16, 1941 in Honey Grove TX to Fred and Nellie McCraw. Patricia was a member of RedBud Baptist Church in Lubbock and was baptized at the age of 9.

Patricia married John Rex Mull on June 30, 1956 in Clovis NM, they raised 3 children together.

Those left to cherish her memory are son, Kenneth and wife Dixie of Wolfforth, TX; daughters, Karen Greene of Post TX; Kathy Mitchell of Hendersonville, NC; brother, Fred McCraw and wife Sharron of Mobile AL; sister, Linda Champion and husband Lee of Wolfforth, TX; 6 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

Patricia was preceded in death by her husband John Rex Mull; twin grandsons, Troy Abbott and Marshal John Michelle; and parents, Fred and Nellie McCraw.

Private Services will be held.


No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Beth Price

March 29, 2020

I have fond childhood memories of Patricia, Rex and their family. Her parents were my moms Uncle Fred and Aunt Nellie. I can remember them coming to Honey Grove and us going to Lubbock. I always loved their visits and being with her kids. They were a loving family and you could tell she was their rock. As years went by, we lost touch after the loss of my mother. I have often thought of them though, and still had love for each! Hope you Rest In Peace and many prayers to Karen, Kathy and Kenneth 🙏🙏❤️

Lora Southerland

March 28, 2020

Pat had one of the biggest hearts of anyone I knew. She always wanted to help others.! She blessed our family in so many ways .
We had a talk about a year and a few months ago it was one of her good days . I was sitting with my mother the morning before she passed away .
As we sat there Pat shared several memories from her past when Rex was still alive and her three children were small. I saw such love and happiness on her face . She told me she loved her job as a wife and mother . As we sat there so quiet I realized I was sitting there with of the two out of three of the greatest and most giving mothers I have ever known.
Prayers lifted for her family and may their memories of her love surround them during the days ahead .

brian strube

March 27, 2020

Pat , thank you for being part of my life. We had a lot of good times and memory's. It was my honor to been a extended part of your family. I am glad I got to see you last year, although you did not know who i was any more, but you looked good.
Now your home with the family that went before you.
thank you Pat, we all love you
Brian Strube