Mullins, Jon W.

January 1, 1952 - March 16, 2016

Jon Warren Mullins, 64, of Plano, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 after a short battle with brain cancer. He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Holly; his son, Perry and his wife, Sarah; brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Margie; nephew Steve, his wife Suzanne and their children, Aidan and Zoe; and niece Janice and her daughter Danielle. Jon is preceded in death by his brother, Joe, and his daughter, Amber.

Jon was born in Spencer, West Virginia on January 1, 1952, the son of Warren Beverly Mullins and Garnett Carper. He settled down with his wife, Holly, in Indian Head, Maryland where he worked with commercial security and fire systems for 7 years. Jon, Holly, and their two kids, Amber and Perry, moved to Dallas in 1996 to continue his career for another 20 years before being diagnosed with a brain tumor in late 2015.

Jon, known by his friends as Moon, was witty and quick with a joke, and he was known by his friends and family for his dry sense of humor, flirty attitude, and love for Redskins football. He was never afraid of an adventure—whether sailing across the Gulf of Mexico or spending a summer exploring Central America. Jon was an exceptionally loyal friend and a devoted husband and father who would have done anything for those he loved. He spent much of his time outdoors hunting and camping with his friends and family. He loved barbecue, beer, and dove hunting, although the birds usually won the day.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 23rd at 2:30 p.m. at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Dallas (11122 Midway Road). In lieu of flowers, donations in Jon’s memory may be made to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252

12 replies on “Mullins, Jon W.”

Kevin Walrad says:

Rest in Peace My Friend. You will be missed by all who’s lives you’ve touched.

Kevin Myers says:

My condolences to Holly and Perry. I worked with Big John for many years in both DC and Dallas. A lot of his sayings and conversations still bring a smile when I remember them today.

Joe Cawthon says:

A Good Husband.
A Good Father.
A Good Man.
No better Friend.

Gene Grimes says:

Holly and Perry,

I am so sorry to hear about Jon. He was a good man and friend. I’ll miss him very much.



Charlene Haynie says:

Holly and Perry, I am sorry and saddened by your loss. I will keep you in my prayers.

Julie Mushok Graff says:

Condolences to you and your family Holly.

Tommy Sullivan says:

I’m so sorry to hear about Jon passing he was a good guy .

Bill Saylor says:

My condolences Holly and Perry. I worked with John at FTC. He was a good worker and good friend. Rest in peace Jon.

Julia & Mike Deslatte says:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. 1 Thessalonians 4:17.

Wayne Daugherty says:

My thoughts and prayers to you and Perry. I have so many memories of my friendship with Jon. We worked together in DC for several years and he always made me laugh and smile with his humor and quick comebacks.
I will miss him very much, God bless

Wayne Daugherty says:

My thoughts and prayers go out to you and Perry. I have so many lasting memories of my friendship with Jon. We worked together for several years in DC and he always made me laugh and brought a smile to my face with his humor and quick comebacks.
We talked often about family and I knew him to be a loving husband and father.
I will miss him, God bless

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