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In Loving Memory

Mueller, Ronald Joseph

Ronald Joseph Mueller (1951 – 2023)

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church passed away Wednesday, November 8, 2023. Beloved wife of 52 years Jeannie (nee Hermann); dear father of Carrie (Rick) Baumhardt and Jeffrey; dear grandfather of Jack and Joseph “Cooper” Heil, Ricky Baumhardt, Aidan and Gabriel; Beloved son of William and the late Rose (nee Reb) Mueller; dear son-in-law of the late Tom and Dorothy Hermann; dear brother of the late Judy, Diane, Paul (Jeannie) Mueller and Rosemary (John) Drake; dear brother-in-law of Jackie Hermann, Dianne D’Aquila, Tom (Debbie) and Bob (Patty) Hermann; dear uncle of 17 nieces and nephews & great-uncle of 36 great-nieces and nephews.

In the 72 years of Ron’s life, he had a successful career holding many distinguished positions at Anheuser-Busch, including serving as the IT Director of Research. Ron also faithfully served his community as a part-time St. Louis County Reserve Police Officer from 1995-2020. Ron’s final career endeavor included being the Director of Logistics for Direct Biologics.

Ron loved and was loved by his beloved family and countless friends and will be greatly missed by all.

In lieu of flowers, donations be made to The American Cancer Society or Leukemia Research.

Celebration of Life Mass to be held on Saturday, December 16, 2023, at 11:00 AM, located at Queen of All Saints Catholic Church, 6603 Christopher Dr., St. Louis, MO 63129.


8 thoughts on “Mueller, Ronald Joseph”

  1. You will be missed every day. We love you and are so grateful to have been able to live close to you for the last several years. Family is forever. 💝

  2. I lost a great brother-in-law and friend when Ron Mueller passed away.

    Ron was very instrumental in getting me hired on at Anheuser-Busch. One of the best decisions I ever made and a really great place to work.

    Ron and I worked together there for a while and I was always impressed with his dedication to the police department in St. Louis County and the work he did for them. He will certainly be missed by many especially me.

  3. Ron was good to me. Always enjoyed cruising with him in his Blue Chevelle SS. May have been a Malibu SS with Hearst linkage, Posi traction and cool pipes.
    I’m sure you are cruising the most heavenly Steak & Shakes!


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