Norma Cook Mullins - November 18th, 2010






MANNING – Norma Cook Mullins, 88, passed away on Thursday, November 18, 2010, at Regency Hospital in Florence.
    Born October 8, 1922, in Montcoal, West Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Stanley H. and Dona Asbury Cook, and resided in Medina, OH, from 1953 until mid-2010.  She was the beloved fiancé of Samuel L. Smiley of Manning. She was a retired quality assurance inspector; a member of Medina Church of Christ; and attended the Plaza Church of Christ in Sumter since moving to SC.
    Surviving, in addition to her fiancé, are a son, Charles K. Mullins (Judith)  of Litchfield Park, AZ; a daughter, Katharine E. Tisdale (David Gathings) of Manning; grandchildren, Sharon Mullins-Loeb (Tom) of Bloomfield Hills, MI, Kory J. Cartwright (Sue) of Lake City, SC, and Ryan E. Cartwright (Ann) of Lugoff, SC; great grandchildren, Jonathan McEwen (Melissa) of Summerville, SC, Cori Ann Olshavsky of  Pontiac MI, Jacob Ryan Cartwright and Katelyn  Ann Cartwright, both of Lugoff; four sisters, Elma Mullins of Medina, OH, Beulah Williams of Burnsville, WV, Irene Smith of Whitesville, WV,  and Maxine Wharton of Fairlawn, OH; and two brothers, Stanley Cook of Medina, OH and David Cook of Sun City, AZ.
    She was predeceased by her husband of 60 years, Manuel Murl Mullins, and beloved granddaughter, Christine Sue Mullins.
    The family received friends from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday, November 22, 2010, at Waite & Son Memorial Home, 765 N. Court Street, Medina, OH 44256.
    Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, November 23, 2010, in the chapel of Waite & Son Memorial Home in Medina OH, with Minister Jim Duty officiating. Burial was in Mound Hill Cemetery in Seville, OH.
    Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church Street, Manning, is assisting with local arrangement. (803) 435-2179
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 CONDOLENCES

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Such beautiful pictures. She has such a brightness in her eyes and no doubt she was a great person and influence on her family. Our best to each of you.

From: The Hunt Family

Gram was such a sweet lady who really seemed to enjoy life. I know you miss her here, but just think of the fun she's having in heaven. Love y'all.

From: Keith and Jenny McKenzie

Our prayers are with you at this difficult time.  May God's peace surround you.  Much love, Ken & Nance

From: Ken & Nancy Kovach

Ken & Judie, We are so sorry to hear of Norma's passing. We know first handed how hard this was for you.  You are in our prayers.

Love, Steve & Linda

From: Linda & Steve Kovach

Aw Gramma,

The word of the day is "surreal."  There is more to say about that, but you know it already.

From: Sherry Mullins

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. UHG Pitney Bowes - Duncan, SC.

From: Steve Miller

Kathi, You have no idea how much it meant to me to be able to spend a small part of Friday afternoon with you.  As we have all had to grow up and be become the women that our mothers would be proud of, it is amazing how the loss of mama can turn us back into little girls again.  Although we go that full circle, we all realize that we have been so blessed to have a mother that is not just the one that gave us life but a mother who was so special and became our best friend.  Kathi, you and your mom shared such a wonderful life together and it was obvious how special she was because all of us fell in love with her immediately.  My thoughts and prayers have been with you and your family.  It was amazing to see the lessons that your mom taught each of you in the weeks before she was raised to Glory.  She taught you patience, perserverance, and how to stay just long enough to make sure that each of you were alright.
With much love!
Lee

From: Lee Tindal

Kathi and family :
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We are here is you need us in anyway.

Susan & Carlyle Ardis

From: Susan & Carlyle Ardis

To the family, She will be missed so much. We thought the world of her. I was glad to have spent some time with all of you. There wasn't a better person than what she was. She would have given you any thing, even her last bite of food. That's how wonderful she was. She will be missed for a long time to come.

From: roger and peggy davis

With our deepest condolences, to The Mullins Family.

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From: Mary Kanada

With our deepest condolences, to The Mullins Family.

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From: Mary Kanada