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  1. My very dear friend of 65 years you are and will be sorely missed. Our lives have been intertwined for so many years it’s hard to believe a world without you I it. I know you have found peace with our Lord and we shall meet again. All my love and admiration for all you did,were and accomplished. For all the years of laughter,support and understanding I thank you. My deepest condolences to your family.Matt stay strong.Barbara Cody

  2. Much Love and Condolences from Marge’s Texas Family. Marge was so special to us, we love that she was able to be part of Shirley Mueller’s (Marge’s sister-in-law) 80th Birthday Party a few years ago, we had so much fun! and that Marge and Matt were able to return for her memorial after Shirley passed away. We will miss you so much Marge, you meant so very much to us! Rest in Peace, Love – Randy & Jana Smyth (and the Smyth-Moayed-Heikkala clan)

  3. Sending much love and hugs to our family. We will miss you Aunt Marge. You were always so full of life ! You were so smart, witty, and funny.

  4. Margaret Mueller was an amazing lady, and I feel privileged to have had her as my Aunt. I have great memories visiting her in New York. We went to my very first broadway show together. She took me to many tourist sites, ate great food, and stayed up really late sharing family stories. She was funny, witty, caring, generous, hardworking, energetic, strong, and a beautiful one-of-a kind woman. She was also very loyal to her family. You could always count on a card with a sweet note every birthday and a lovely Christmas card with updates of her travels and life for each past year. I’ll always cherish all the memories of fun times spent with her. She was quite the dancer too! We will all miss you Aunt Marge. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to family and friends. With deepest love, Dee Ann Special, Hayley, Hunter, and Holly O’Neal

  5. Mueller, Margaret-Passed 5/26/20 after a brief illness, months short of her 80th birthday. She grew up in Westbury. Pre-deceased by her brothers Russell and Fred, sister in law Shirley and grandson John Matthew. She leaves sisters-in-law Donna and Barbara, son Matthew, and grandchildren Rachel and Matthew. After retirement, a deacon at St. Andrews Lutheran Church, she was involved in many programs helping church and community. Her presence will be missed by many. A celebration will be planned in the future. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Andrews Lutheran Church Margaret P. Mueller Memorial Fund 30 Brooksite Dr. Smithtown. NY 11787 or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Service 6/5, 10-12 at Branch Funeral Home Smithtown.

  6. Margaret, friends for only 15 years but we packed much into that time. I will miss our bi-monthly lunches after Brookside, going to library movie discussions, plays, concerts and comedy clubs. We always had laughs. You were such a caring and giving person. My condolences to your family. Please rest in Peace. Love, Denise Storck

  7. Never did I think after seeing her 2 yrs ago, when she came to Oklahoma, that it would be the last time ever. She wanted to stay in a motel and I insisted she stay with me and she did. I’m so thankful for that because we got to know each other better and had a great time! She had the best sense of humor and we laughed and laughed! It was so good to see her. I wish she could have stayed longer! I cherish our 3 hour phone conversations that we would always have! Always so much to catch up with! Marge was a beautiful soul. Always helping people and doing God’s work. I truly believe that when this virus hit, she wasn’t able to continue His work and God decided to bring her home to Him.

  8. You were someone who never stopped giving, loyal friend and animal lover. Remember all the good times with the potbellied pig club and all our fun dinners and chats. Rest In Peace I know you will my dear friend. Will miss you so much. Jeannie Watson

  9. My dear best buddy, Margaret! After the fun of high school days, we managed to continue to keep in touch while raising our families and managing our careers. My family will always remember when you traveled alone to join us here in Florida to celebrate David & Toni’s wedding in 2001. I will miss our Thursday evening phone calls, which lasted much too long, reminiscing over the past, laughing and crying together, supporting one another during difficult times and trying to plan a time for you to visit me. You wanted to visit your mother’s grave when we realized she is buried not far from where I live. I will always miss you but I know that you are with the Lord and enjoying your perfect and eternal existence with all our loved ones who have gone before you. Until we meet again, I will always miss you and love you. (Say hello to Jim for me)

  10. Aunt Marge was the “glue” for the Mueller family. She kept all our family members connected through her caring and gentle soul. Even as life’s chaos impacted our families in a various ways, Aunt Marge was always the solid connection, never judging, always offering encouragement, and always offering a sympathetic ear to each of us. Love you Aunt Marge.

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