Albert Lawrence Mullins Jr.

October 1, 1949March 24, 2020

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, a proud Air Force and a grateful nation mourn the loss of Albert Lawrence Mullins, Jr., 70, known to many as “Al.” He is preceded in death by his parents, Mary Elizabeth (Ezell) and Albert Lawrence Mullins, Sr. Al will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Elizabeth; his daughters, Kathryn (Russ) Simpson and Kelly (Steven) Newell; his adopted children, Nikki, Todd, Christopher, and Joshua; as well as stepchildren, Jonathan, Allison, Matthew, Rachel, Hannah, and Stephen. His grandchildren, Allie and Jacob Simpson, Liam, Emma, and Laura, and brothers and sisters, Linda Gilliland, Pat (Gale), Mike (Tonya), and Sally (Greg) Padgett, alongside countless nieces and nephews will also think lovingly on his memory.

Al joined the United States Air Force and retired as Technical Sergeant in 1991 after 20 years of service. He will forever be known for his affinity for corny jokes and Alabama football. His Christ-like love for each and everyone he encountered is his greatest legacy.

Arrangements are currently being addressed by the White Chapel-Greenwood Funeral Home in Montgomery, Alabama. Due to the ongoing viral crisis, there will not be a memorial service, however, a celebration of life will be planned for a later date.

-- I believe in the sun, even when it is not shining. I believe in love, even when I am alone. I believe in God, even when He is silent. -Author Unknown


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Dean Baggett

March 26, 2020

From our family at L&W Supply in Johnson City,TN (former CK Supply) for Big Al as we called him just lost a great man.Al was a hard and dedicated worker, would do whatever you asked him to do and more.I for one enjoyed being his boss and our employees loved him as well.Our condolences goes out to Mullins family especially to his kids back in TN.May God bless Big Al that we know he’s in a better place and that’s heaven.

Jim Templin

March 25, 2020

Big Al was a dear brother in Christ. He leaves a big hole in the world.

Jim and Robin Templin
Christian Fellowship Church
Blountville TN