Warren Mullinax Obituary, Death – The list of laudatory adjectives that we could compile in his honor was insufficient to adequately describe Warren Mullinax. He had a profound love for others, and he was gracious to those who had wronged him. He was someone you could confide in and count as a friend, but being a father was the single most important thing in his life. Warren, a skilled pipefitter, welder, and jeweler, lost his courageous fight against non-Hodgkin lymphoma and pulmonary scleroderma and passed away on November 18, 2022 at the age of 67 in Manchester, Tennessee.

He was located in the state of Tennessee. He called the city of Manchester his home. Warren was a man of many skills; he could build you a house, fix your car, put plumbing in your bathroom, and even set a diamond in a ring for you. He was an all-around handyman. In times of difficulty, he was always there to offer a helping hand, a shoulder to cry on, or a sympathetic ear to listen. He was always there to lend a listening ear as well. He was a fervent fan of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, and he and his family enjoyed spending time together while watching the games.

Warren Mullinax was born to his parents, C.W. and Juanita Mullinax, on April 9, 1955 in the city of Stevenson, which is located in the state of Alabama. He is survived by his wife, Paula Mullinax; his children, Kara Mullinax, Kaitlin Mullinax, and Bailey Mullinax; his grandchildren, Cloey Long, Paige Long, Reagan Mullinax, Temperance Mullinax, Adilynn Lemons, Greer Mullinax, Aurora Lemon, and Kove Mullinax; his siblings, Jack Mullinax and Brian Mullinax; a special friend, Robyn Turner; and both of his parents as well as his The Valley Funeral Home Chapel in Stevenson, Alabama will be open for visitation beginning at three in the afternoon and continuing until seven o’clock that evening on Sunday, November 27, 2022.

Visitation will begin at the chapel of Valley Funeral Home one hour prior to the start of the funeral services at one o’clock on Monday, November 28, 2022, and the funeral services will begin at 2:00 p.m. The burial will take place at the Stevenson City Cemetery after the conclusion of the funeral service.