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Virginia Pearl Muller


Virginia Pearl Muller was brought to her heavenly home with Jesus Christ on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Ginny Muller was born on July 1, 1923, in the small northern town of Harrietta, Michigan to Harvey Everett and Oma Bernice (Hamilton) Mannor. She grew up on the Hamilton family farm nearby. After high school she worked in Travese City where she met the love of her life, Henry (Heinie) Muller. Family was Ginny’s passion throughout her entire life. When Heinie died in 1977, Ginny’s role as family matriach was central in the lives of her children. Her faith in Jesus Christ was her strength and she was a clear and present witness to Him in all that she did. She was a faithful member of Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids for 65 years. Ginny was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and her brothers, Harvey Mannor and Kirk Mannor. Ginny will be deeply missed by her children, William (Nancy) Muller, James (Mary) Muller, Nadji (Ed) Bodman, Terence (Annette) Muller and Kristin (Chris) Cooper. Her adored grandchildren, Wesley (Amy) Muller, Leslie (Jake) Sehr, Henry (Carisa) Muller, Taylor (Melissa) Muller, Cy (Alyssa) Cooper, Noah Buikema, Alissa Muller, Reece Muller, Chuck Muller (Christine), Steven Muller, Jeff Muller, Paul Muller and Dan (Jennifer) Muller; and great-grandchildren, Oliver Cooper, James Muller, Audrey Muller, Jackson Cooper, Cohen Muller, Nicholas Muller, Chandler Muller, Jason (Amy) Muller, Cameron Muller, Lucas Muller, Michael Muller, Kirkland (Ashley) Muller and Matthew Muller; great-great-grandchildren, Nicholas Muller II and Jack Muller; sister, Alice Tang; seven brothers, Vern Mannor, Tom Mannor, Paul Mannor, Dave Mannor, Ted Mannor, Dick Mannor and Ralph Mannor. The family is forever grateful for the blessed and loving life of Virginia Muller. A private service will be held at a later date.

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  1. Hello to the whole Muller family. We loved your mom and thought she was a very special person. We are so sorry for your loss.
    Roger and Chris Roosien

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