Homer Mullins Homer Mullins

Profile Updated: December 14, 2016
Residing In: Macon, GA USA
Spouse/Partner: Engaged
Homepage: View Website
Occupation: Life coach, consultant and attorney (see Comments)
Children: Laura Mullins Genone, b. 1970
- Pediatric audiologist presently on leave from Children's Hospital More…Atlanta

Stewart Lee Mullins, b. 1973
- Prior to his death in May 2014, counselor for youth "at risk" for substance abuse and addiction disorder
Military Service: USAF JAG (1972-1976)  
Comments:

Attended College and Law School of Emory University and graduated with BA ('68) and JD ('71).

Active Duty USAF JAG (1972-1976).

Practiced law - Atlanta (1976-2002).

While maintaining law license, withdrew from active practice in 2002 due to hearing loss and auditory processing issues.

Successfully completed programs at: American Coaching Academy, Philadelphia (2004) to become life coach for adults with AD/HD; Gallaudet University, Washington, DC (a university for the Deaf, their families and caretakers) where earned certificate in 2007 as "Peer Mentor for the Hearing Impaired" and co-certification by Hearing Loss Association of America as a "Certified Hearing Loss Specialist"; Certified by the national Alzheimers Association as a Alzheimer's' Care Specialist.

Co-founded and conducted business as Odyssey Coaching and Consulting and The Legal Ear in Atlanta and Princeton, NJ from 2004 to 2014. After returning to Georgia in April 2014, I rejoined the Georgia Bar Association and have opened a practice to provide services as a coach, consultant and attorney for families affected by memory impairment. While my current focus is on sufferers from Alzheimer's Disease, I plan to expand my coverage next year into other types of dementia and related fields including Parkinson's Disease.

I am engaged to marry Priscilla Frank, a California native, the ceremony to take place sometime after the first of the new year.

School Story:

In addition to my years as an undergraduate at Emory and student at Emory Law School, in 2007, I earned a graduate level certificate from Gallaudet University in Washington, DC, as a "Peer Mentor for the Hearing Impaired." This Spring (2016), I plan to enroll in a certificate program for Alzheimer's Disease offered by Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore. I have now acquired my Georgia certifications in General Civil and Divorce mediation. I practice as Family and Divorce Mediator.

Homer's Latest Interactions

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Feb 12, 2017 at 11:51 AM

Hello Lynda and Happy Birthday. Hope you're healthy and continuing to dance and enjoy life with Fred. Keep hoping l'll see Chuck at some point; I understand he's real busy. I remember you and your family fondly in earlier days around the neighborhood and Vineville UMC. FYI, I remarried and bought the old Weaver house on Wesley Circle near Ingleside and Pierce which we have just finished renovating. One last thing, you don't likely remember but at the 2014 reunion I promised to send you a web address for a dancing couple I thought you and Fred might enjoy though I realize by now you may already have met them: www.charlieandjackie.com. Hope to see you again real soon. Love you, Homer M.

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Dec 14, 2016 at 11:36 AM
Dec 14, 2016 at 11:33 AM
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Jun 17, 2016 at 9:55 AM

Posted on: Jun 16, 2016 at 9:03 PM

So Susan, what's the profile change? I don't see nuttin new!

Apr 04, 2016 at 4:33 AM
Apr 01, 2016 at 4:18 PM

Posted on: Apr 01, 2016 at 11:52 AM

HAPPY BIRTHDAY !
I hope to meet Priscilla soon. Only have heard of two women with this name - Cinderella's step sister and Elvis Presley's former wife. Love that name.
Hope you have a Happy Birthday. Have a Bombay martini,straight up with a twist to insure this will happen.
All the very best,
Berry

Apr 04, 2015 at 4:33 AM
Sep 30, 2014 at 11:15 AM

Eloise, Thanks so much for all your hard work, and that of your committee, in making the reunion so festive and enjoyable. Obviously, it was also a great time to renew social contacts (especially those of the female variety) and I especially appreciate your efforts at making that happen. Too, it was great to have a chance to catch up with Billy whom I haven't known nearly as well as I'd like. In one sense - and only one - I suppose you could call that "cross class pollination!" (Grin)

Hope to see more of y'all now that I'm back in town and keep me in mind as a dependable volunteer for projects of mutual interest down the road. I believe I'll be seeing you Saturday night.

All best, Homer

Sep 30, 2014 at 11:15 AM

Eloise, Thanks so much for all your hard work, and that of your committee, in making the reunion so festive and enjoyable. Obviously, it was also a great time to renew social contacts (especially those of the female variety) and I especially appreciate your efforts at making that happen. Too, it was great to have a chance to catch up with Billy whom I haven't known nearly as well as I'd like. In one sense - and only one - I suppose you could call that "cross class pollination!" (Grin)

Hope to see more of y'all now that I'm back in town and keep me in mind as a dependable volunteer for projects of mutual interest down the road. I believe I'll be seeing you Saturday night.

All best, Homer

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Sep 28, 2014 at 7:59 PM

Posted on: Sep 26, 2014 at 7:33 PM

I circled back to make some changes to my personal “Comments” that I entered last night but they seem to have disappeared; no matter, I’ll just post this revision as a new comment:

I returned to Macon in April this year after spending 6 years in Princeton, NJ, pursuing a new career (and a chick!). In February, after 5 years of marriage, the chick dumped me and pushed off in a different direction (there’s a lesson here about chasing your nature too far beyond the Mason-Dixon Line, but I’ll leave that for you to decide); I couldn’t think of a better place to resettle than “Home,” so, here I am. Just over a month after returning, I lost my 41 year-old son, Lee, who was found by his stepfather some 2-3 days after collapsing on the floor of his cottage behind the home of his late mother (Linda Roberts House) near the corner of Napier and Pio Nono Avenues (also known in times past as the “Culpepper house”). The medical examiner ruled his death to have resulted from an apparent sudden and unexpected heart attack. Lee had been out of work for several years but things appeared to be turning around for him when he was offered a full-time position by a well known and established clinic as counselor for adolescents at risk for substance abuse and addiction disorders. He was thrilled and excited to have been given this chance which he hoped would break the cycle of unemployment, unwanted and "shameful" financial dependence, and allow him to start over on many levels, most notably as a father and provider for his 6 year-old son, Obe, whom he adored. Unfortunately, the opportunity failed to materialize as he was to have reported for work on the Monday just following the week of his death.

In these times, it is hard to imagine anyone – whether family, friends, acquaintances or whomever – who has not been affected by mental illness. In going through his papers in the days following his death, I found a brief note of something he apparently read and thought meaningful enough to jot down, a piece I thought very appropriate as an epilogue to his life: “Everyone you meet, however unlikely, has a war going on inside that you know nothing about. Be kind.”

Homer with son, Lee (2002)
Sep 26, 2014 at 3:14 AM
Sep 26, 2014 at 3:12 AM
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Sep 28, 2014 at 7:59 PM

Posted on: Sep 26, 2014 at 12:49 AM

Homer with son, Lee (2002)
Posted: Dec 14, 2016 at 11:36 AM
Posted: Sep 26, 2014 at 12:51 AM
Homer with son, Lee (2002)
Posted: Sep 26, 2014 at 12:51 AM
Headshot for website (2006)