Jack Muller Obituary Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Notice and Service Information


Jack Muller Obituary, Death – The fifth of July, 1942 John Muller Jr., also known as Jack, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His parents, Elizabeth Pauline Clark and John Muller Sr. were his parents. Having spent his childhood in the south of Philadelphia, he went to South Philadelphia High School and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Pennsylvania, where he performed exceptionally well academically. Not long after he received his diploma, Jack received a call from the Lord to serve in the ministry and the church. He received his master’s degree in divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary and was consecrated as an Episcopal Priest on December 7th, 1969.

He attended Virginia Theological Seminary. More than thirty years of his pastoral ministry were spent at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Delta, Colorado. He served at Casper, Cortez, and Denver, but the majority of his time was spent there. From the year 1977 until his retirement in 2008, he was of service to the Delta community. After he retired, he worked as an Anglican priest in Montrose, Colorado, and as an Elder at City Church in Pueblo, Colorado. Both of these positions were held in Colorado. Jack Young met Linda Lee Young, a nurse at Presbyterian Hospital, while he was serving as a student chaplain in Denver. Linda Lee Young would go on to become his wife of 56 years.

Their wedding took place at St. Thomas Church on October 14, 1967, and they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Cancun, Mexico, in 2019. Their entire family was present for the festive occasion. His devotion to the Lord was the only thing that could compare to the intensity that Jack had for his wife and his family. The wisdom, tenderness, care, and kind heart that he possessed served as a model for the life of Jesus. Together with Linda, he brought up a family of four children, imparting both truth and wisdom into their lives. He also left behind a legacy of love that will continue to be passed down to his 19 grandkids and three great-grandchildren.

He is survived by his devoted wife Linda, his children John (and his wife Treese), Sarah (and her husband Lane), Andrew (and his wife Clara), and Josh (and his wife Renee), his grandchildren Andrew, Elizabeth, Hannah (and her husband Ethan), Matthew, Joseph, Alex, Jack, Samuel, Abigail, Levi, Addison, Emily, Malia, Rihanna, Joseph, Mariah, Donovan, Anderson, and Faith, and his great-grandchildren Oliver, Carter, and Sawyer. All of the people whose lives he touched and loved will experience a loss when Jack passes away.

Additionally, he was a good servant. It was on Thursday, December 21st, at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo, Colorado, when Jack Muller passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. There will be a memorial service held on Friday, December 29th, at 1pm at Avenue Church, which is located at 3030 Thatcher Avenue in Pueblo, Colorado. Please take into consideration making a donation to the Life Choices Family Resource Center in Montrose, Colorado, in place of sending flowers. Accessed at https://lifechoicesmontrose.org/