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Henry E. Muller Jr.
  • June 25, 1938
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  • January 31, 2021

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Henry E. Muller, Jr. “Big Ed” passed away peacefully, at the age of 82. Ed is survived by his loving wife Martha of 58 years; his sister Louanne Muller; and his children Edwin Muller (Cindy), Russell Muller, Beth Charron (Scott), and Jim Muller (Jennifer). He was a beloved Pop Pop to Katie, Kelsey, Abby and Connor; a great grandfather to Mila Rose and Kimber Rose. He is preceded in death by his loving parents Henry E. Muller Sr. and Elizabeth Muller; his sister Dorothy Muller

Ed was born on June 25, 1938 in Hempstead, New York and moved to Titusville in 1986.  After his service in the United States Marine Corps, Ed had a variety of jobs but always returned to his love of baking.  He retired as a Bakery Manager with Publix in 2004. Ed was an avid sportsman who loved to hunt, trap and fish. Since the ‘50s Ed was the most loyal, hopeful and unwavering Green Bay Packer fan that Wisconsin could ever ask for.  Most of all, he had a true love of Christmas and would begin his 6-month countdown every year from his birthday on June 25th.

Ed will be laid to rest at the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery in honor of his service with the United States Marine Corps at a date to be determined.


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  1. Denise Brewster says:
    11 Feb 2021
    Son of a gun!
    I cherish the fun times Mom, Helena, Kara and I had with you and the whole family on our trips out there. Thanks for all the laughs, particularly my beach coverup that you took a liking to.
    Love ya Uncle Eddie

  2. Russ Muller says:
    05 Feb 2021
    Love and miss you Dad. Thanks for building such a strong family with Mom. I will be forever grateful for your example of what a man should be.

  3. Lynn Rittenhouse says:
    05 Feb 2021
    The Charles Muller family will remember "Cousin Ed" for the times he came to the Catskills to hunt.

    Our sympathies to All.

    Lynn Rittenhouse

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    04 Feb 2021
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