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Deborah Ann Mueller

In Loving Memory

Mueller, Deborah “Deb” Ann

August 18, 1955 - October 19, 2023

(nee Buckley) Thursday, October 19, 2023.

Beloved daughter of the late Charles and Barbara Buckley; dearest mother and mother-in-law of Matthew (Natalie) Mueller and Andrew (Brigid) Mueller; dear sister of Robert “Bob” (Sharon) Buckley and Bob’s children Robert (Katy) Buckley; Robert’s children Bree, Charles and Louie; Bob’s daughter Lauren Buckley and her son Grayson;  sister of Charlene “Char” Buckley and her daughter’s Isabelle and Sophie Blake; sister of Susan “Sue” Buckley.

Deb worked for her family’s business CB Automotive.  She retired as a travel agent for AAA.  Deb also was a world traveler.  She was the life of the party with many friends.

Memorial Visitation Saturday, October 28, 12:00 p.m. until Memorial Service 2:00 p.m. at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN), 1500 Rosecrans Ave., Ste. 200, Manhattan  Beach, CA 90266.  https://secure.pancan.org/




14 thoughts on “Mueller, Deborah “Deb” Ann”

  1. May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
    🙏🌹♥️ love and I will miss you Deb.

  2. Deb was such a special friend for 57 years! I met her in 5th grade and we have been lifelong friends. She was the funniest, kindest and most caring friend. She fought a tough battle but will always be a warrior to me. I love you Deb and miss you already! Thoughts and prayers to her family and friends.

  3. I worked with Deb at AAA from her start and up until my retirement. She was a joy to work with and had the passion to travel. We also spent time together after hours or weekends. She had a huge heart and was a loyal friend. She will be missed by many, including me.

  4. I worked with Deb at AAA and although only saw at her at special events or award ceremonies/trips, she was truly an enthusiastic bundle of fun energy. She often spoke of her sons and family-she loved you deeply. My condolences on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  5. My condolences to the family. Deb was a very sweet lady to all of us kids growing up in the neighborhood with her boys.

  6. I remember Debbie as outgoing and friendly. She loved spending time with her family and friends. Truly a special person, she will be missed

  7. We will miss Deb! She was fun to be around and always had something fun planned to do. She was so sweet to plan my Retirement party from AAA at a local restaurant. After we both retired we still stayed in touch. I will always have great memories with her. May she Rest In Peace.

  8. She will always stay in my heart. I came from a Catholic school to an over nine hundred freshman class at Lindbergh and Deb took me under her wing. We had some great times riding horses on their property. We started having lunch once a month a couple of months before her diagnosis. So happy we were able to reunite. She had a very kind heart. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family

  9. I only met her a few times – but I could tell she had energy & loved her family. After reading her obituary i admire her even
    More – growing up in a family business is never easy (speaking from experience) she always struck me as a positive person
    Who enjoyed life and always saw the “glass full” even after being diagnosed with CA. May her soul R.I.P..

  10. Debbie,
    You were my favorite neighbor for many years. You were always so kind to me. Even stating once, that I was like the daughter you never had. Your boys and I had many adventures in our collective woods. Thank you for being a sweet woman. I know you are loved and missed by many but I hope you’re resting with Jesus now.

  11. I recently had the privilege of reconnecting with Deb at our 50th High School Reunion. I am so sorry for your loss and hope today brings some peace to your family. I know she will be missed.


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