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Dallas Wade Mullen

Dallas Wade Mullen, 69 of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, a loving husband, and father entered Heaven’s Kingdom on January 30, 2021. He was born July 11, 1951 in Flagler, Colorado to Leon & Eunice Mullen.

Dallas was a 1969 Gravette High School Graduate, where he loved to play basketball. He loved sports! Some of his fondest memories were watching the Arkansas Razorbacks Basketball team take home the 1994 NCAA Championship trophy, 2008 brought him joy when his Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series and the enormous smile on his face when his Philadelphia Eagles won the Superbowl in 2018 will never be forgotten- (Fly Eagles Fly)

Dallas spent countless Saturdays gathered with family and friends cheering on the Razorbacks. He taught his daughters and grandkids how to call the HOGS in style. One of the last things he said was WOO-PIG-SOOIE!

The sport Dallas loved the most to play himself was Baseball. He could be seen delivering a fast ball from the pitching mound to catching pop fly’s out in left field all the way to tag outs behind the plate. He could do it all.

Dallas had a passion for Bass fishing. Spending time on his boat at the lake was a Good Day! He was a bass fisherman- a catch & release kind of guy. He enjoyed listening to country music, strumming on his guitar and old gospel hymns.

Dallas never minded a hard day’s work. He was known for leading by example. His strong ethic was apparent in every aspect of his life. He was a compassionate and humble man. Dallas had a generous heart and a giving spirit, and he LOVED BIG! He adored his wife, Susie and their marriage of 51 years is a true testament to that. They were members of the Gravette Church of Christ for 35 years.

Dallas gave his life to Jesus Christ in baptism in 1982. His walk with the Lord has truly been a beautiful story. He could often be found reading his Bible. He would share God’s word with his wife and family. Dallas was a good and faithful servant of the Lord. He held steadfast in his faith and believed wholeheartedly in extending forgiveness at every opportunity. He touched many people’s lives and will be greatly missed.

Dallas is proceded in death by his parents Leon &Eunice Mullen; one brother Russell Mullen; one sister Rhenea Mullen and one twin sister, Diana Byler.

Dallas is survived by his wife Susan Faye Mullen of Siloam Springs, AR; Three daughters Tonya Sue Camacho (Joe) of Rogers, AR, Beverly Dawn Mullen of Siloam Springs, AR and Angela Marie Lashley (Jimmie) of Siloam Springs, AR; Nine grandchildren, Dallas Amber, Amme Jo, Ryan, Spencer, Abigail, Brendan, Preston, Jaxon and Parker; Eight great grandkids, Carlie Marie, Addison, Landon, Noah, Keifer, Joseph, Sawyer, and EmmaJo Sue; Two brothers Ken Mullen (Catherine) of North Little Rock, AR, Marty Mullen (Cindy) of Gravette, AR and One sister Melvina Helberg (Kent) of Blackwell, OK.

The funeral service will be held Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 2:00pm at Backstrom~Pyeatte Funeral Home of Siloam Springs, AR. Burial will follow at Bethel Cemetery in Gravette, AR.

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Mullens family:
Sending virtual hugs to you all. Whether it was watching our girls play sports or just watching Angela and Stephanie hang out your family became part of our Arkansas adventure. May you find peace and comfort in the coming months.

Gwen Rose Feb 9 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Dallas Mullen

Wendy Bryer Feb 6 2021 12:00 AM

I will always remember the big smile uncle Dallas always had on his face. He will be dearly missed. Praying for peace and comfort for the family and love and hugs to you all!

Ryan and Kristen Coffey & kids Feb 5 2021 12:00 AM

Susan and family,
Im so sorry to hear of Dallas passing. I worked with Dallas at warehouse eight. He was great mentor and leader for all of us. He was always willing to help anyone as well teach them to be successful in their career. He will be truly missed.

Tonia Velte Feb 5 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Dallas Mullen

Earlene Craft Feb 5 2021 12:00 AM

Linda, I remember you as a manager at Warehouse #8. Dallas was a lead by example guy. He was a hard worker. I am glad he cleaned the snow and ice off your windshield for you. You nailed him he was a gentleman and I have loved that man's smile for over 50 years now. I lost the love of my life and my best friend. He has gone home to be with the Lord. He read his Bible almost every day once he retired. He knew where he was going once he left his earthly home. He loved the Lord. Thank you for your kind words to me and his family.

Susan Mullen Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

Thanks for the prayers and love and support and the delicious meat loaf and potatoes, salad, green bean casserole, and hot rolls and dessert, and staying and sharing that meal with me and the girls. Loved the visit!

Susan Mullen Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

Levi, your words touched my heart and the girls as well. Yes, he was a handsome man,and a little devil at times. He had a great smile. He loved baseball and he played it for years after we were married. He was the Love of my life and best friend for over 50 years. Thank you for your kind words Levi.

Susan Mullen Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

Shanna and Cliff, I love you both. We are both grieving right now, God is our comforter and we have to lean on him for our strength, and his word. He will see us through all we face. I lost the love of my life for over 50 years. Find peace in knowing they are both with the Lord. Twins reunited in Heaven.

Susan Mullen Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

Jennifer when you all came to our home, it was meant to be. Family is there to help each other. Also Dallas and I had 7 girls at that time not just 3 anymore. It was a special time for cousins to bond. I am glad my girls shared with you girls. I am glad uncle Dallas could help your Dad get a job. God knew what he was doing for your family at that time. He knew we would help. We loved your family and always will. Uncle Dallas was a good man with a loving and giving heart. He was the Love of my life and I miss him so much already. Love you hun!

Susan Mullen Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

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