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Remembering...

Emmett "Moon" Neal Mullins, Jr.
January 28, 1946 - May 16, 2017



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Gail Applegate RaybornGary and Jane Cloud
Lurlene GlidewellMike DeMarco
Don Greathouse Scott Woodson
Joe McIntoshDave "Jacob" Straub
Jim JordanBrandon Stein
Faye Cloudfrances bilbrey
Aubrey JohnsonTomm Edwards
Keith HillKeith Hill

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By: Gail Applegate Rayborn Jun 11, 2017
I've known Moon for a long time. Since his days at WINN radio. I lost contact with him after he left Louisville but fofound him at WBKR in Owensboro. I even got to go to his retirement party. We still kept in touch after that.
By: Gary H Cloud May 29, 2017
We are so sorry for your loss! Neal was a Wonderful Man! He always seemed to have a smile or grin on his face. I never saw him in a bad mood.He will truly be missed by everyone who knew him! May God bless y'all with peace and comfort!
By: Scott Woodson May 24, 2017
It's hard to write this. Moon was a mentor. He was a friend. Really, in the time we worked together he was almost like a father to me. For a few short years at KVOO in Tulsa, Moon Mullins was my boss and teacher. He taught me everything I know about radio programming, and helped refine the skills I had already learned. I use those skills now in radio many years later.

Many will continue to tell stories for years to come about how Moon touched their lives. There are so many! People and stories! Every time I pop the cork on a bottle of wine, or see someone in deep thought with a cigarette in their hand, I'll be thinking about Moon Mullins. I miss you, my good friend! Rest with God!
By: Joe McIntosh May 24, 2017
Like so many radio personalities, Moon was very important to me as a mentor. I had worked for PD Ted Cramer, and been consulted by Moon, both at WKY in OKC. Two people who I respect more than anyone in radio. I was fortuante to have been tutored by the best, and two of the very few "professionals" in radio who "got it." I last saw moon in Memphis at the Country Radio Cares for St. Jude get together. As always, a very exciting feeling to spend a few minutes visiting with my radio hero. He was so happy to be in Kentucky his last radio gig. He just wanted to have fun again. I followed suit to small market, and am once again having the 'fun in radio' gig we all joined up for in the first place before the bean counters took over. Rest in Peace old friend.
By: Dave "Jacob" Straub May 24, 2017
I went on to become a news anchor/reporter and worked at the network level for many years before retiring and working in the corporate world. But before transitioning to news, starting out as a DJ, WINN and Moon Mullins as my first PD - giving me my first full-time job is my most vivid and precious memory. And as most DJ's, getting fired the FIRST TIME will always be a vivid memory. Moon was that guy too and over the years, we reminisced about it. I thanked him many times for firing this young smart-assed whippersnapper who thought he knew so much. Moon was the greatest. Crossed his path many times over the decades. What a guy. He will be missed.
By: Judy and Mickey Grnre May 23, 2017
We never knew "Moon", but, we know and love his daughter and son-in-law, Rene and Herb. You were lucky to have him as a close relative.
Love, Mickey and Judy
By: frances Bilbrey May 23, 2017
Moon was my step brother for over 25 years. Our family's were friends and neighbors before that. I remember when he came back to Lubbock and joined KLLL and listening to him. He will be missed, I pray for his sister Betty and brother Don at this time of sorrow. I know he and Emmitt and Bonnie are all catching up on things in Heaven Bonnie loved with all her heart.I pray for his wife and kids. until we meat again love you. Frances Flournoy Bilbrey.
By: Brandon Stein May 23, 2017
I met Moon just owe 4 years ago. He quite literally saved my radio career. After a year of being, "on the beach", the industry term for bing fired, Moon through me a life line. From that point on, untill he retired from WBKR, Moon and I talked weekly on how I could improve and get better on the mic. More than our conversations about the radio industry, Moon was a friend, always quick with a joke, and the occasional jab. Moon was truly one of a kind, and I was privileged to work under him and more importantly, call him my friend!
By: Tommy Edwards May 23, 2017
Debra we have never met but I hope you have heard my name.Neal and I have been friends for 71 years he was the best friend I could ever ask for.I miss him so much and will keep you and the girls in my prayers
By: Keith Hill May 23, 2017
Moon was one of thee most important people in my radio career. I had the pleasure of working with him and sharing offices at Pollack Mullins Nashville in the 90s. Moon believed in God and more than this mortal life. I'm assuming he's in heaven ... "no one ever deserved it more." My sympathies to Debra, Gordon, and the rest of the family. Beyond that I am just sad. He was a very meaningful man in my life.

I am not surprised that he did not want services. I talked and texted with Moon periodically. One time when battling illness and in the hospital he implored that I not tell anyone. Moon said, "I don't want a parade of people calling him and saying they were praying for him.

The last thing he ever said to me on the phone was "Goodbye my friend." I just hoped that we would have some mortal time together. Moon, I'll see you again someday in the future!

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