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In Loving Memory

Mueller, Jeriene R. (nee Griffith)

June 9, 1940 - September 12, 2023

Jeriene Rebecca Mueller (nee Griffith), age 83 passed away peacefully on September 12, 2023.

Loving wife of the late Walter C. Mueller.   Beloved mother to Wally lll (late Leslie),  Karen (Doug), Nita (Jeff) and Linda (late Torre); loving grandma to Tommy (Nanane), Andrea (Jason), the late Wally IV, Jessica, Cory (Megan), Torre (Cate), Lauren (Josh) , Tim, Melissa, Zach, Connor and Nicole (Dominic); loving GG to Ethan, Brock, Kaden, and Everlee; dear sister to John (Joy), Julie (late Rich), Tim (Mary Ann) , her lifelong friend and sister in law Becky (late Charlie), Donna (late Tom) Karl (Delores), Dan (Pam), Bob (Joan), Frank (Joyce), Bob (Lynn) and the late Gary; dear Aunt and friend to many.

Jerri had a passion for life, loved crocheting, reading, and spending time with family.

Please join us celebrating her life on Saturday, September 23, 2023, at Kutis Funeral Home 10151 Gravois Rd, from 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm.  Guests are also invited to a luncheon following the memorial service on Saturday (TBD).


4 thoughts on “Mueller, Jeriene R. (nee Griffith)”

  1. So sorry for the loss of your Mother, Grandmother, sister and friend.
    We have known Jerri since the 1950’s so our memories tend to go back to the fun times of our youth. Jerri was always kind and generous but more then that she was fun to be around. She was always our leader and full of ideas. She would try to invent a new board game or invent a new cocktail. We had to drink all our mistakes. She would show up at work with bakery goods for the whole office.
    Always dressed up in her high heels and pencil skirt, ready to party and have fun, laughter and all her friends around her enjoying the 50’s and 60’s which was the best times to grow up. She will be greatly missed but remembered dearly.

  2. Jerri was the life of the party. I was lucky enough to meet this sweet woman and see the impact she had on all her family especially her granddaughter Andrea. Her sense of humor and zest for life was contagious. She will be missed.

  3. My deepest condolences. I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m glad I had the chance to meet her. She was beautiful inside and out! A beautiful soul. May she Rest In Paradise, until you meet again.


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