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Charlotte Mull Hutchinson Passes Away

Charlotte Mull Hutchinson , co-owner of Gospel music radio station Praise 96.3 (WJBZ-FM) in Knoxville passed away Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at the age of 67.
Charlotte was the daughter of longtime Southern Gospel Music performers, radio and television personalities and promoters J. Bazzel Mull and Elizabeth “Lady” Mull. 
Charlotte was continuing on the legacy that her Dad and Mother had begun nearly 57 years ago.
As we learn more about what happened and the final arrangements we will keep you updated.
Funeral Arrangements are incomplete at this time.

About This Article - Charlotte Mull Hutchinson Passes Away

Author: AGM | Author's Website: http://absolutelygospel.com/
Written: 07/23/2013 | Category: News & Scoops Comments: 1




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I had the pleasure in working with Charlotte for 16 years at Praise 96.3 FM. We had alot of great times together. She was surely a blessing to work for. I remember Preacher Mull and Lady Mull coming in on Saturdays and I put preacher on the radio and he spoke for 20 minutes non-stop and Lady Mull pulled him away from the microphone and Preacher just kept talking and talking until he left the broadcast booth. I wished I had a video of that moment...that was really funny. Charlotte...you will be missed and thank you for giving me the opportunity of serving the Lord over the airwaves of Praise 96.3 FM. My prayers go out to Doug and his wife at this time.

By Paul Lambert on Thu, July 25, 2013 - 9:49:51





  


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