Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home

508 E Linden Ave, Miamisburg, OH


Stephen "Steve" Anthony Mullins

September 17, 1977January 5, 2020

Stephen “Steve” A. Mullins, 42, previously of Miamisburg, passed away Sunday, January 5, 2020.

He was born September 17, 1977 in Mansfield, Ohio. Most important to Steve was his daughter, Rhyan. He was a very unselfish person who loved spending time with his family and friends. Steve was known for his humor and he enjoyed making people smile and laugh. He was a Cleveland Browns fan and belonged to a championship pool team. Steve worked for many years doing chimney repair.

Steve is survived by his daughter, Rhyan, and her mother, Jessica Neukirchner; his mother, Ruth Evans; brothers, Billy R. Mullins, Jr., Michael (Donna) Mullins and Myron Mullins; nieces and nephews, Amber, Ashley, Alicia, Brandon, Kyle, Kaitlyn, Josh, and Brittany; as well as several great nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Billy R. Mullins, Sr.; sister, Teresa Ciambro; and great niece, Bexlee.

A gathering of family and friends will be held from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM on Friday, January 10, 2020 at GEBHART-SCHMIDT-PARRAMORE Funeral Home, Miamisburg. Funeral service will follow at 1:30 PM. Burial will follow at Highland Memorial Cemetery, Miamisburg.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Rhyan Mullins Account at any Fifth Third Bank to be used for a college fund. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.gebhartschmidtparramore.com


  • Gathering of Family & Friends Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 10, 2020


Stephen "Steve" Anthony Mullins

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Rhyan Mullins

January 26, 2020

My dad, was truly the best! He was amazing at everything and it’s hard to see him gone. I have most of his clothes, and they still smell like him, and it hurts me even more. I won’t live the life I imagined without him. I can feel him looking down at us, wanting us to move on, but it will be such a hard thing to do. I remember his smile, his laugh m, and of coarse our favorite times at kings island! I remember I was so scared at first to ride the banshee but when he went on it, his smile when he came back made me want to go on it. I still have his voice in my head and will never be forgotten. There are so many things that won’t be the same without you. I will see him one day in the future. He was always telling me about how much he missed his father, but when he went to see him... I now see how it could have been without him. It’s just hard thinking about him and my future. He won’t be there in person to walk me down the aisle on my wedding, and many more... I hope one day I will see him again... I love you and miss you like the dessert misses rain...💕😭

Melissa Moyer

January 19, 2020

Stevie, just one of the many Miamisburg boys that died way too young. Protector of those less fortunate, but ran with the big dogs. Carl and Fat Cat would have been so sad... hope you are all together now....

Dave Stapleton

January 10, 2020

Stevie i want to say that you were the best neighbor ive ever had i love you and your daughter

Jennifer Hensley/Miller

January 9, 2020

Where to begin... I guess it would of been somewhere around 1997 when my best friend Jessica Martin started dating him. He was tall, dark, and handsome and I could see right away that his since of humor would win her heart. If his jokes didn't get her his smile would! Stevie was truly a good hearted person who brought so much joy into this world. He will be truly missed 💔

Michael Mullins

January 8, 2020

Stephen "Steve" Anthony Mullins was my little brother who I loved with all my heart. I know some times i felt like a parent rather than a brother. I often tried to give him advice, because I cared so much. I wanted to tell everyone a few things that made my time with him special. Steve was born with club feet and when he was little he had trouble walking. He asked me to take him skating in German Town, Ohio. I think it was a school function. I thought about his request and took him. When we arrived and we put on skates, I didn't think it would work. Steve was so determine and positive that he got on the large skate floor and started skating slowly. To do this it required his feet to be spread apart with one leg extended out. At first I was sad for him. He was not the type of kid to be mad or sad for himself. This was the moment that I knew this little brother of mind was going to be okay. Later he had multiple surgeries at Childrens Medical center thanks to Shriners. This surgery changed his life and his ability to walk much like everyone else. He grew up in Miamisburg where he made friends. His best friend was our father who he later spent much time with. Steve was exactly who he was day to day. He loved his daughter, family, friends, and strangers. My last time spent with Steve. Steve always had a tradition of taking Rhyan to Clifton Mills to see the lights each year. Steve, his daughter Rhyan, My grandson Porter and myself went this year. Steve amazed me one last time. While we went on a cold night and had to stand in line, there was a family in front of us and the little boy was cold. Steve who cared about other people, took his coat off and wrapped around the little boy to help keep him warm. The family was grateful and we spent the next hour walking and seeing the lights with them. Steve even help to carry the small children. Once again i was amazed of his loving spirit. I will always love and miss you. I only wish I could have been there more than I was.

Dave & Becky Hendrickson

January 8, 2020

We are so sad to hear about Steve. We enjoyed the few times we were around him. Loved his sense of humor, always making us laugh. He was a good man and will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!!

Ashley Quillen

January 7, 2020

To anyone who knew you, this is a tragic loss. I don't know where to begin in healing because I can't even come to believe my rock is gone 😭 You were more than an uncle, more like a father many of times. I am so thankful to have been able to have you as my uncle for so many years, & watch you as a father be the greatest I had ever seen. You loved Rhyan as much as you loved her mommy years ago, actually even more. I will miss your calls of encouragement about my job, or life, or family , just everything about you I will miss. I like to think there is someway you will read all the beautiful words and be watching as we Lay you to rest soon....Because I would tell you how sorry I am I was not there, and how much we still need you here. How much I love you, and to please watch over your baby and send her signs you are with her. My heart is broken. The world will never be the same. I love you so much 💔

Thomas Liming

January 7, 2020

I knew Stevie when he was a kid, brother of Myron. They lived down the street from me on 4th st , He was your average little brother who drove us crazy like little brothers do. As he grew up he became a very mature, good man. Had only seen him a couple of times since then but he was always very kind and friendly man who loved his family dearly especially his brother Myron. I know he is missed dearly and I pray for his entire family, children and friends who morn this loss. My heart to your heart. God bless.

Amber Quillen

January 7, 2020

Uncle stevie i love so much and i miss you like crazy already. My heart hurts so bad but i have comfort knowing that your with Papaw, Mom, and Bex. I will never forget your laugh and your big heart. You loved us unconditionally. You are the best dad ive ever known to your daughter. Myron is crushed. He loves you so much. We are all grieving so bad. It's just not fair. We needed you but i guess God needed you more to be our guardian angel. Im just so heartbroken. I don't know why this keeps happening to our family. We will love you forever 💔😭

Barbara Young

January 7, 2020

My heart is aching so bad for our Steve. Loved him like a son. He was definitely a part of our extended family. Sending thoughts and prayers to the family. God bless little Rhyan.