Angeline Mueller

Mass of Christian Burial for Angeline Mueller, age 87, of Hettinger, N.D. was held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug.13, 2012 at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Hettinger, ND.

Angeline Mueller

Posted August 23, 2012

Mass of Christian Burial for Angeline Mueller, age 87, of Hettinger, N.D. was held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug.13, 2012 at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Hettinger, ND. Fr. Stephen Folorunso and Fr. Tony Grossenburg officiated, with burial in the Hettinger Cemetery.

Visitation was held from 1 to 5p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, at the Evanson-Jensen Funeral Home in Hettinger and one hour prior to services at the church on Monday morning. A Rosary/Vigil service was held at 7 p.m. on Sunday evening, Aug. 12, at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

Angeline’s granddaughter Michelle, and all of her nieces, nephews, friends, and care givers from the nursing home, hospital , and clinic were considered honorary pallbearers. Active casketbearers were Bill Mollman, Tim Milliren, David Stockert, Charlene Milliren, Doug Mollman and Duane Siewert.

Angeline Ihle was born on July 22, 1925 to Jacob and Philomena (Nagel) Ihle at Haynes, N.D. She was raised in Haynes, attended grade school and high school there and graduated in 1943.

Following her graduation, Angeline, attended Business College in Minneapolis, Minn. She returned to Hettinger and began working as a teller at the First National Bank.

On Nov. 6, 1951, she was united in marriage to George Mueller. George and Angeline moved to the family farm northwest of Hettinger.

Angeline continued working at the bank until the birth of their oldest daughter when she became a full time farm wife and homemaker. In 1975 she began working as a bookkeeper at the Hettinger Auto, she later worked at Farmers Union Oil and the Adams County Record before retiring.

Angeline enjoyed sewing, crocheting, embroidery, gardening and baking. We will remember her fresh baked cookies and caramel rolls as well as all her after school snacks. Angeline also decorated cakes for her family, she made birthdays special by remembering each birthday with a cake. The decorated doll cakes were some of her best work.

Angeline will be remembered for her gentle nature, quick smile, and her special way for making everyone feel comfortable and being a friend to everyone. She loved to visit with people and could carry on a conversation with anyone.

Angeline considered her grandchildren one of her greatest gifts. She will be remembered for her love of babies and young children. She appreciated every opportunity to be able to spend time with her grandchildren, nieces, and nephews and enjoyed watching them grow up. She was always grateful when someone would share their children.

Angeline was a lifelong member of St. Catherine’s Altar Society. She volunteered at the Hettinger Clothes Closet for a number of years.

George passed away in 1993 and Angeline continued to live on the farm. She later moved to Lemmon to live with her daughter until December of 2011 when she entered Five Counties Nursing Home in Lemmon. She found many new friends at the nursing home, especially Alice.

Angeline passed away on Wednesday evening, Aug. 8, 2012 at the West River Regional Medical Center in Hettinger, N.D.

Grateful for sharing her life are her four daughters, Rosemary Mueller and Donna (J.R.) Stockert, both of Lemmon, S.D., Valerie Mueller (Willie Frank), Hettinger, ND and Nancy Mueller (Toby Bruns), Carrington, N.D.; two grandchildren, Michelle Bruns and David Stockert; one brother, Tony Ihle, Fargo, N.D.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Angeline was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, George Mueller; four sisters, Minnie Gustin, Hannah Fix, Barbara Fix and Margaret Schmaltz; and one sister-in-law, Dorothy Ihle.

 

 







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