Virgil Piper Mullennix, 86, a native of Stone Mountain, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at home in Loganville, where he resided with his son. Born to the late Robert D and Pearl J (Piper) Mullennix in Stone Mountain on December 1, 1931, along with his twin the late Victor Mullennix. He is preceded in death by his parents, brother's and sister's Robert D Jr, Kathleen, Arthur, Victor, and Sarah. Wives, the late Virginia and Shirley Mullennix. Virgil was an avid outdoors man who enjoyed fishing and camping in Stone Mountain and his former home in Gainesville, GA. He was a retiree stock supervisor of Western Electric. He enjoyed hosting large family meals and having his family around him. Virgil was the head of his own large family, being survived by his sister Peggy (Jerry) Mills. His children William (Becky) Mullennix, Ken Mullennix and Jeffrey (Nicole) Mullennix and two beloved Step children Tim (Linda) Armstrong and Wanda (Wayne) Brooks. Including are numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Family will receive friends on Saturday, January 13, 2018 from 2 to 4 at Wages and Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain. We will be performing a small prayer session hosted by his favorite Preacher David Simpson from Lanier Christian Church at 3 pm. Favorite Quote : History without documentation is simply myth

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  1. My condolences to all of Virgil’s family. He and I worked at WECO/AT&T together for many years and became good friends. He will be missed.

  2. We will miss Virgil’s zany humor and his zest for life. He was very much loved by all of us. We rejoice in Virgil’s going home to Jesus even though us left behind are very sad. Condolences to family and to all who love him.

  3. Worked with Virgil at Western Electric, Forrest Road. Also neighbors in the Redan-Stone Mountain area. Sincere sympathy to the family.

  4. Virgil and Virginia were so dearly loved at Lanier Christian Church in Gainesville. I enjoyed them both for many years and have missed them both since they moved 2 yrs. ago. Such a sweet and endearing man, his smile will always remain in my heart.

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