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Frances Carleen Mullen

May 24, 1945 ~ May 1, 2022 (age 76)

Obituary

Born in Decatur, Alabama, Carleen lived most of her life in Michigan, and enjoyed moving to different areas around the Metro Detroit area before settling in Cheboygan. Carleen is survived by her husband of 59 years, Erwin Mullen, and her brother James Clifton (Janice) of Melbourne, Florida; dear Mother of Paul Mullen of Cheboygan, James Mullen (deceased), Tamara Gilbert (William) of Troy, MI, and John Mullen of Cheboygan. Dear Grandmother to Jessica Gilbert of Commerce Township, Natasha Mullen (Nik Bevier) of Cheboygan, Scottie Mullen of Cheboygan, Michael Mullen of Warren, MI and Joe Gilbert of Troy, MI.  Dear Great Grandmother to Taleigha, Bryson, Laela, Owen and Savannah. She enjoyed being a grandmother and a great-grandmother, they all brought her a lot of joy and laughter.

Carleen enjoyed shopping, ceramics, bowling, and sitting around the kitchen table talking with her friends, and family, enjoying a cold Pepsi or two. She was the co-owner of Stitchwork’s and E&M Appliance, with her husband, Erwin, since the early 1990’s.

We are granting her wish to not have a memorial service, she said she never wanted any hoopla. If you would like to donate to a charity in her name, we would suggest The American Lung Association.   

Born in Decatur, Alabama, Carleen lived most of her life in Michigan, and enjoyed moving to different areas around the Metro Detroit area before settling in Cheboygan. Carleen is survived by her husband of 59 years, Erwin Mullen, and her brother James Clifton (Janice) of Melbourne, Florida; dear Mother of Paul Mullen of Cheboygan, James Mullen (deceased), Tamara Gilbert (William) of Troy, MI, and John Mullen of Cheboygan. Dear Grandmother to Jessica Gilbert of Commerce Township, Natasha Mullen (Nik Bevier) of Cheboygan, Scottie Mullen of Cheboygan, Michael Mullen of Warren, MI and Joe Gilbert of Troy, MI.  Dear Great Grandmother to Taleigha, Bryson, Laela, Owen and Savannah. She enjoyed being a grandmother and a great-grandmother, they all brought her a lot of joy and laughter.

Carleen enjoyed shopping, ceramics, bowling, and sitting around the kitchen table talking with her friends, and family, enjoying a cold Pepsi or two. She was the co-owner of Stitchwork’s and E&M Appliance, with her husband, Erwin, since the early 1990’s.

We are granting her wish to not have a memorial service, she said she never wanted any hoopla. If you would like to donate to a charity in her name, we would suggest The American Lung Association.   

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