Lowell Mullins

October 01, 1952 ‒ March 13, 2019

Delaware, Ohio
Lowell passed away March 13th, 2019 at Grady Memorial due to complications from COPD. He was born October 1st, 1952 in Welch, WV.
Lowell is survived by his wife of 24 years Donna Jean Mullins. Sons: Fredrick (Angie) Mullins, Paul Mullins, Craig (Georgette) Miller, and daughter: Amanda Hiles. As well as grand children: Violet, Samantha, Jasmine, Trinity, Skylar, Easha and Richie. Great grandchildren: Aadyen and Ethan. step father Kenneth Morgan, step mother Pat Mullins, siblings: Larry (Jo) Mullins, Randy Mullins, Kenneth “Bub” (Paulene) Morgan, Betty Jo (Tim) Dolin, Paulette (Phil) Morris, Barb (Bob) Hodges, Cindy Hovey, and Angie (Harold) Paul. As well as several nieces, nephews cousins and many many friends that he considered family.
Lowell was proceeded in death by his father Kenny “Hercel” Mullins, his mother Betty Lou Morgan. Two brothers Clifford Mullins, Jeffery Allen Morgan. His grandparents Cynthia and Hardy Mullins.
Lowell was a veteran of the United States Army. He worked at Marion Power Shovel, Amana and was a truck driver for Schneider. He was a handyman and he owned his own company of D and L Home Improvement.
Lowell was an avid hunter and fisherman however, his real passion was for cooking. He was the kindest and most gentlest soul you would ever meet. He went above and beyond to help anyone who needed it. He always wore a smile on his face and liked to laugh and joke with anyone he met. He enjoyed telling people with pride he was a Hatfield of the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s.
Lowell was very family oriented and loved taking care of his wife Donna, granddaughter Trinity and dog Herman.
Lowell will be greatly missed by many.
Lowell requested no services just a simple cremation. The family will arrange a remembrance gathering in the near future.
The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, Delaware is honored to be serving Lowell’s family.
  • Donna
    So sorry to hear about Lowell—–remember talking to u guys at Sunray! My prayers are with u thru this difficult time—–Jan Alicie

  • Such a kind, generous and funny man that touched so many lives. You will sorely be missed. RIP dear friend, until we meet again! Love Rose and Rob

  • Lowell was my uncle by his previous marriage, but always treated me like his own. I have nothing but love in my heart for him. RIP, uncle Lowell. I love you.-“Peckerhead”

  • My deepest condolences to the family.He will be missed dearly.Lowell was my ex father in law and was the best too. Always my love and prayers for the family

  • As the youngest child of his grandparents Hardy and Cynthia Mullins I offer condolences to Lowell ‘s family. May be rest in peace.

  • Very proud to be your sister. I will cherish our last phone conversation forever. Rest In Heaven brother. I love you! Prayers for Donna and all of our family.

  • Grandpa Lowell you will be sorely missed by Jasmine and Violet and Trinity.those little girls loved you so much words just can’t describe how we all feel about you.to me you are like a second father I am so grateful that I had a chance to be in your life and you made me and Jas just love you so much.you always treated us with kindness and respect.YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE A SPECIAL PLACE IN OUR HEARTS.WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU PAPAL LOWELL.LOVE YOU TO PIECES FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • U will be so greatly missed uncle Lowell luv u so much hug and kiss my grandma for me rest in heaven