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TIMOTHY L. MULLINS


1955 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
TIMOTHY L. MULLINS Obituary
MULLINS, Timothy L. A Remarkable Life Age 62, of East Wakefield, NH and Boston, MA died at his home in East Wakefield, NH on May 13, 2018 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

Born in Lubbock, Texas on December 24, 1955, son of Carl and Wilma (Prock) Mullins Sr.

A classical musician, Tim graduated from New England Conservatory with a degree in viola performance and performed with several orchestras both nationally and internationally.

After his music career, he went on to become a lead software engineer for several companies in the Boston area, the last being Medical Specialties Distributors in Stoughton, MA. Tim was head trustee for 673 Tremont Street Condominium Association in Boston for 25 years then moved to East Wakefield.

Tim and Charlie were part time residents of East Wakefield, NH since 2001, then it became their permanent residence in November of 2017. Tim enjoyed music, opera, Broadway and travel, especially his yearly vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. He was happiest entertaining and cooking for friends and family at the lake.

Tim is survived by his husband, Charles Plunkett, his mother Wilma (Prock) Mullins of McMinnville, OR, a brother, Carl Jr. of Texas, several nephews and nieces and grand nephew and nieces, numerous friends and his favorite friends Beau and Belle.

He was predeceased by his father Carl Sr. of Texas, his foster parents George and Anna Verne Robinson of Albuquerque, NM, and his other favorite friends Sophie, Tucker and Jilly.

Services will be at a later date and be private. Cremation care by Peaslee Funeral Home of Wakefield, NH. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to loozianabassetrescue.org, PO Box 642 Folsom, LA 70437 or . To express condolences, please visit www.peasleefuneralhome.com
Published in The Boston Globe on May 16, 2018
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