Rosie Mae Mullins, our mother was a stern woman with a heart of gold. She would give you the shirt off the back of the chair she's sitting in and feed you, but she was our mamma all day. She made no excuses or solutions, just work. Do the right thing and the solutions will come. Keep God in his place and he will keep you in yours. She was well loved and respected in her community and workplace. She was a long time employee of MARTA for 30 years. She was one of the first BLACK women to operate the rail system in the city of Atlanta in the late 70s and 80s, with only an 11th grade education. Please don’t cry for her, she lived and loved life to the fullest. Rosie leaves to cherish: children; Charles (Teressa) S. Mullins and Patrick (Michelle) Mullins, brothers; Willie Ray Mullins, James “Scottie” Mullins, Michael Mullins, sisters; Sara Nail Mullins and Eddie Ruth Mullins, grandchildren; Chantel J. Mullins, Demetrius J. Mullins-Bey, Kyla Rose Mullins, Maia S. Mullins, Chris Mullins and Max Mullins, a host of nieces, nephews, friends and two great-grandchildren.