Roberta Mullins, age 86, passed away on March 13, 2022. She was a resident of Colorado Springs for 15 years and was formerly a resident of Irvine, Kentucky and Tipp City, Ohio. She was a former restaurant owner and was currently retired.

Roberta was born on February 5, 1936, to Harold and Ruby (Johnson) Fogarty in Dayton, Ohio. On July 16, 1957, she married John Mullins in Dayton, Ohio.

Roberta was fond of gardening, crocheting, and cooking. She also enjoyed music, dancing, and was quick to laugh.  Roberta deeply loved her family.  

She is survived by her children: Jeffery Mullins, Beth Weir and her husband Mark Weir; her grandchildren: Tiffany Anderson, David Mullins, Dustin Levering, Bruce Burdine, Jr., Anna Burdine; and her great-grandchildren: Caleb Protsman-Lickliter, McKenzie Mullins, Jonathan Mullins, Aaden Mullins, Julian Guerro, Dominic Mullins, Brandon Mullins, Lena Guerro, Brianna Mullins, Kayelee Burdine, Annabelle Mullins, Isabel Burdine, and Leonardo Guerro; great-great grandson: Jaxson Lickliter. She was preceded in death by husband, John; Siblings: Ruthann Monroe, Vivian Johnson, and James Fogarty.

Inurnment will be at the West Irvine Cemetery in Irvine, Kentucky, next to her husband, John, at a later date.

Memorials in Roberta Mullins name may be made to Pike Peak Hospice at

“What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us”

– Helen Keller

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This Obituary Has 6 Condolences

  1. Such an amazing spirit. I was lucky to have known you. My deepest sympathies to the family.

  2. Your momma was such a sweet person! Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers!!

  3. See you when I get there, your Loving grandson Dustin Levering….
    I hope you found your way into the arm of Mr. John Mullins, your loving husband.
    May you both rest in peace together!

  4. You will be missed grandma! Love you! I enjoyed all the laughter and moments we shared. Thank you to everyone for getting together to celebrate her!

  5. My dear Aunt Roberta you will truly be missed! You and I had the absolute best of times when I was young and stayed with you and Uncle Johnny! Our time together in Kentucky will never be forgotten! You were loved dearly?
    Your niece Kathy Monroe Guinnip

  6. Aunt Robert, remembering all the good times when I lived with Grandma I would come and spend the night with you, we would cook make fudge, You was such a great cook, I never forgot the things you taught me, You all are gone now, May you Rest In Peace!
    God be with her family!
    Your niece Ruby Bailey Riddell

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