Carolyn Jean Mullins

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Carolyn Jean (Wilcox) Mullins, age 71, passed away peacefully the morning of Thursday, May 9, 2019.
She was born July 12, 1947, in Pawhuska to Rupert and Loretta Wilcox. Carol was the second-born child after Shirley Dupree, followed by Sandra Adams and Stanley Wilcox.
Carol was a homemaker who proudly raised four children and received her GED on April 27, 2005, in Huntsville, Texas.
Carol married James Anthony (Tony) Mullins on June 9, 1981.
Carol was preceded in death by her father, Rupert Wilcox; her husband, Tony Mullins; a nephew, Stanley Collins; and both of her sisters, Shirley Dupree and Sandra Adams.
Carol is survived by her mother, Loretta Beaver, of the home; a son, Alfred Pierce-Herzer of Point Blank, Texas; a daughter, Loretta Davidson and husband, Cary of Willis, Texas; a daughter, Shanda Deaton and husband, Ron, of Ada; a son, Corey Herzer and wife, Krista, of Farmington, New Mexico; grandchildren Ashley Scasta and husband, Matt, of Buda, Texas, Tabitha Wilson of Smyrna, Georgia, Stephanie Davidson of Conroe, Texas, Hannah Deaton of Ada, Brittany Parker of Farmington, Cody Herzer of Farmington, Angelica Hart of Ada, Taylor Herzer of Logan, Utah, Levi Herzer of Farmington, Ashtyn Moss of Lake Jackson, Texas, and Kingston Herzer of Farmington; five great-grandchildren; her brother, Stan Wilcox and wife, Marilyn, of Sand Springs; along with numerous nieces and nephews and friends.
She will be greatly missed.
Published on May 14, 2019
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Arlene Miller
May 15, 2019
Carol and I became internet friends through playing internet games for years. We shared what was going on in our lives and although we never met one another face to face, it felt like we we had. I will miss our conversations and her sense of humor! Rest in Heavens Hands Carol.