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September 23, 2018

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January 6, 2018
I am saddened to hear of Mrs. Mullin's death and I know that all of the Wetzels feel the same way, especially those of us who grew up on Kent Place, just two doors away from the Mullin residence.

Kent Place was one great neighborhood and the perfect place to be a kid. All of the Moms were like Mrs. Mullin... kind, generous and caring, and just as importantly, tolerant and forgiving of kids besides their own. In many ways, we were treated like their own; parents did not worry about where their own kids were, because they were always somewhere safe on Kent Place.

I don't remember spending much time inside the Mullin's home, but their yard was part of the extensive playground we called our own and traversed willy-nilly without a thought to plants and gardens. Despite the damage we caused, she understood that our cul-de-sac served as a sports arena, so always kept her car in the driveway. Games were pretty rough back then and kids often went home bloody and in tears, but I can't recall Mrs. Mullin ever being upset or angry with me (unlike a good many other adults that had good reason to do so).

Truly, I have only fond memories of Mrs. Mullin and, in fact, her entire family, and am grateful to know that she lived such a long, happy and productive life. I offer my sincere condolences to Jimmy, Billy and Susan and trust they find solace in God's love.

Sincerely,

Bill Wetzel
from 27 Kent Place

P.S. Somewhere along the line, my wife and I acquired a recipe (probably from my mother, Kathleen), which is titled "Rena Mullin's Beef Goulash", a dish we have eaten many times over the years. In fact, I had two big dishes of it just yesterday!
January 5, 2018
Rena was a lovely woman and one sharp bridge player. I was honored to know her for many years. She. Will be sorely missed. Joyce Munkacsi, Chapel Hill, NC