On July 11, 2016, Eileen Mullins laid her husband, the Rev. Carl D. Mullins, to rest. But, in her mind, she lost him long before that day.
“When we’d be coming home from church, we’d get down to Inez, at this stop sign and turn right, we’d been doing that off and on for 20 some years,” Eileen said. “And we got down there one night, and he said, ‘I have no idea which way to go.’ I think I got so used to it, that I really didn’t realize how it was progressing.”