John D. Muller

john muller
In Milford, Feb. 25, 2001, John D. Muller 67, of 165 Kelsey Ave., West Haven. Brother of Viola Shwab and her husband Paul of Madison. Also survived by nephews, Alfred N. Barrie of the Azores and Robert S. Murray of Orange, nieces, Erin D. Goudallier, Lindsay A. Barrie both of Westerly, RI and Dina T. Doheney of Milford. He was born in West Haven, Feb. 10, 1934 son of the late John H. & Viola Schmaelzle Muller and was a veteran of the Korean War in the US Navy. He was a self employed builder and owned Jalierd Builders of West Haven. He was member of the American Legion Post #71 of West Haven and was a four time president of the Home Builders Association of New Haven. Fuenral service at BEECHER & BENNETT TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave. at Court St., West Haven, Thursday, March 1 at 11 a.m. Friends may call Wednesday from 4 - 8 p.m. Interment in Oak Grove Cemetery, West Haven. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Brakettes Museum, Building Fund, c/o Robert Beard, 185 Londshire Rd., Stratford, CT 06615.

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  1. I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Vi and all of the family. You and Jack are in my prayers. Love Always, Joanne

  2. My deepest sympathies goes out to all of Jack’s family. He was one of the nicest, warmest and most unselfish men I have ever met. He will be missed both on and off the field. Love Krissy MacLean

  3. My deepest sympathies to Jack’s family and friends. Jack was such a wonderful, warm, and friendly person. He was my Connecticut father, since my family lived in Pennsylvania. He loved the Brakettes and had been very patient in waiting to create the Brakette museum. He will always hold a special place in my heart and mind. He was truly a great man. He will be missed by many people, actually by anyone who has ever met him. Love you, .Uncle. Jack.

  4. My most sincere sympathy to the members of John’s family. Our friendship goes way back to the grammar school days and on throughout high school. My West Haven haunt was Atwater Street and so I walked to Painters Park almost every evening and always was aware of your home on Jones Hill Rd.

  5. My warmest thoughts and prayers go out to all of Jack’s loved ones. He was one of the kindest, most giving individuals I have ever met. Jack will always be an integral part of The Brakettes and will live on in the creation of the museum that meant so very much to him. You will ALWAYS be with me in spirit, both on and off the field. Love you forever .Classy Guy..

  6. Our Deepest Sympathies to you and your family for this great loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. With warmest regards, Peter Higgins Larry Sousa Lowe\’s Home Improvement Center Commercial Services New Haven

  7. Viola & Bobby, My thoughts are with you at this time. Jack was very special to me. With love & prayers, Lori

  8. Viola, We share our deepest sympathies with you and your family at this time of great loss. Our warmest regards, Eric Weyler Greg Basso The Torrington Supply Company New Haven

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