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Brian Casey Mullins Obituary

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Brian Casey Mullins, born in Dallas, TX to Robert and Darlene Mullins on March 4, 1980 passed away March 9, 2019. He was a great father, son and brother.

Brian enjoyed fishing, motorcycles, tow trucks and more fishing. He loved Lake Ray Hubbard and probably out-fished everyone, including his two older brothers. He would do anything to be on that water. When he was younger, he had an old John boat which had no motor. That didn’t stop him from paddling out. That old boat would start to take on water so he would fish as long as he could then turn around and paddle back to shore. Once he caught a huge catfish from that lake and took it in to Bass Pro Shops and gave that huge fish to them to put in their tank. That big fish is still in there to this day.

He loved his time in the tow trucks and roaming the streets looking for the next car to haul away and he was great at it. He could haul anything. In his words he was “the most badass tow truck driver around” and there wouldn’t be a single person to disagree. He loved what he did. He loved motorcycles, the faster the better, they just didn’t always love him but that never stopped him from getting back on and riding again. Brian has left us all too soon but we will treasure the memories we have and take comfort in knowing that he is now free and at peace.

Brian is survived by his daughter: Peyton Ariana Desiree Mullins, whom he adored and loved with all his heart; his mother: Darlene Mullins; father: Robert Mullins and wife Sherry; grandmothers: Birma Mares and Maurine Mullins; older brothers: Steve Hollis and wife Jennifer, and Mark Hollis and wife Audra; nephew: Ethan Hollis; nieces: Megan Hollis and Robin Hollis; great nephew: Ayden Hollis; and great niece: Harlynn Barnes. He is also survived by his aunts: Linda Warn, Diane Crone, Karen Blackshear and Rhonda Simmons; uncles: Gary Mullins, Ricky Thomas, Randy Thomas and wife Jami; and numerous cousins and great friends. Brian was preceded in death by his grandfathers: Robert Mullins Sr., Ernest Thomas Sr., and Joe Mares; and his Uncle Junior and Uncle Charlie Warn.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 pm Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Rest Haven Funeral Home-Rowlett Location with Pastor Ernie Hernandez officiating.

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