Sherie Lynn Mullins

Sherie Lynn Mullins

May 20, 1965 - May 15, 2005

Sherie Lynn Mullins

May 20, 1965 - May 15, 2005


Sherie Lynn Mullins, 39 is survived by her beloved husband Michael Mullins. She is also survived by her loving daughters, Ellie J. and Hannah A. Mullins. Loving Sister Traycie Mitchell and brother Jeffrey Billa. She is also survived by her parents Robert and Marsha Billa and William and Linda Buck, and beloved grandmother Viola Sparks.
A Visitation will be held on Friday, 5/20/05 – 7-9:00P. A Funeral Service will be on Saturday, 5/21/05 – 12:00PM at Lake Hills Community Church in Laguna Hills. Interment following at El Toro Memorial Park, Lake Forest.

The family welcomes you to a reception immediately following the interment at Peppino’s Italian Family Restaurant. 26612 Towne Centre Dr., Foothill Ranch, CA 949-951-1210

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52 responses to Sherie Lynn Mullins

  1. Mike, Hannah and Ellie,
    We are so sorry to hear about Sherie. She was a wonderful person, Mother and Wife. We love you all very much and miss you. Take care of yourselves and know that you are in our prayers.

  2. I have the foundest of memories of Sherie’s wonderful smile and good nature. It is a tremendous loss to all of her family, friends and co-workers.
    May you have peace.

  3. Mike, Hannah and Ellie:
    I worked with Sherie at ABC. She was a joy to work with – her bright smile and laughter reminded us all that there was more to life than work.
    Her office was filled with pictures of her family and wonderful drawings that Hannah and Elliei had created especially for their mom.
    When Mike entertained at the ABC TailGate party, Sherie was asked where she’d found such a talented musician. With a twinkle in her eye, she said “At my house!”
    It’s been said that some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for awhile, touch our hearts, and we are never ever the same.
    Sherie was one of those… and there are many of us who will never be the same.

  4. Mike, Ellie and Hannah- My heart breaks for you and your family during this time. Please know that we are all wrapping our arms around you and giving you strength and love even if from far away. I worked with your mom for a short time and knew right away she was a truly remarkable woman and incredibly genuine. Please remember this poem by Marjolein Basten:
    Blue against Blue

    This heavenly blue butterfly will fly high in the sky, higher and higher.

    The sunlight will touch the blue on its wings until it seems to disappear.

    We think it is gone because the blue of the butterfly is the same blue of the sky.

    We think it is gone, because our eyes are too weak to see-and it is difficult to believe what we cannot see.

    But the blue butterfly is not gone. It is still flying, higher and higher, nearer the sun.

    Blue against blue for now and forever.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Rose Todd says:

    Mike, Hannah & Ellie, I’m so sorry for your loss. I worked with Sherie and considered her a friend as well as a colleague. Sheri was a very compassionate and caring person. I learned a lot from her in this respect. I will forever cherish the walks we took in the morning before meetings, shopping with her, getting lost in unfamiliar territory on business trips, etc. There are so many things… What I will miss most is Sheri’s beautiful smile and her genuine laugh, but they will forever be alive in my memory and in my heart. I pray for you and wish God’s blessings on you all.

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