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            In Memoriam
            Barry Mullis
            Class of 1972
            Barry David Mullis, 65, passed away suddenly on March 15,
            2019 in Panama City Beach, Florida.

            Barry was born in Phenix City, Alabama to Graden and Emily
            Mullis on March 9, 1954. He was a graduate of Berry
            Academy in Rome, Georgia and Abraham Baldwin
            Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia where he earned his
            degree in Wildlife Technology.

            He began his career in 1978 with the Georgia Department of
            Natural Resources. Barry served as Area Manager, Wildlife
            Technician, and Law Enforcement Officer at the Clark Hill
            Wildlife Management Area from 1978-1995 and the Blue
            Ridge Wildlife Management Area from 1995-2009. He was
            very active in the Mountain Search and Rescue Team and in
            wild turkey population restoration. You can see his picture on
            the wall in the Macon, Georgia Bass Pro Shop.

            Barry loved nature and the outdoors and was an avid hunter
            and fisherman. Upon retirement, Barry spent almost every
            morning fishing from the pier at St. Andrews State Park in
            Panama City Beach, Florida.
            He was preceded in death by Graden Mullis (father). Barry is
            survived by Emily Mullis (mother), Justin David Mullis (son),
            Brooke Mullis Gill (daughter), Parker David Gill (grandson),
            and Donna Mullis Gaylor (sister).

            In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be
            made in his name to www.friendsofstandrews.org