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Ann C. Mullett

December 30, 1924 — May 30, 2023

Prairie Village



Ann, as she was known, attended school in Higginsville, Missouri, Eldon, Missouri and attended Paseo High School in Kansas City, Missouri for her senior year. She was elected to the National Honor Society though she had been in Paseo for less than one year.  She attended University of Kansas City which later became the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She belonged to the Cho Chin Sorority, a local sorority, as they did not have national sororities at that time. 


She married Richard (Dick) Mullett in the Country Club United Methodist Church on April 22, 1950.  While married to Dick they started their family in Prairie Village, KS.  After moving to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, in 1963, for Dick’s job, they returned to Prairie Village for a couple of years before being transferred to Ft. Smith, Arkansas. They returned to Prairie Village in 1968. 


Ann had been active in the Country Club United Methodist church since her marriage there in 1950, having served on the official board and held other positions.  She was a Den Mother in 4 different cities during the time her boys were in Cub Scouts.  She was active in PTA in the Shawnee Mission School District having been an officer in the Indian Hills PTA, where she was given an Honorary Life Membership and in the Shawnee Mission East PTA.  She was an officer in the Sigma Phi Epsilon Mother's Club at University of Kansas when son David was there. She was an officer in the Phi Delta Theta Mother's Club when John was in University of Kansas. She was also a member of the Tomahawk Chapter DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and had served as Treasurer of the Chapter.


She was preceded by her husband Dick, who died in 1992, her son Dave Mullett, who died in 2004 and brother Lyman Campbell who died in 2019.  She is survived by sons Fred Mullett and John Mullett, John's wife Anitra, grandchildren Matt and Emily, Dave’s wife Cathy, and grandchildren Phillip Mullett, Courtney Gillespie, Ashley Gillespie, and Emily Gillespie Ford.


Services will be private and held graveside.

"The family has requested that remembrances of sympathy and condolence be made in Ann's name through contributions to the Dementia Society of America or the Alzheimer’s Association."

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Wednesday, June 7, 2023

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