Edeltraud Mueller

April 12, 2016 11 Condolences Print Obituary

March 2, 1926 - April 11, 2016

Trudy (Edeltraud) Mueller passed on April 11th,at the age of 90, surrounded by family and friends. She leaves behind four children, Reinhard, Renate, Margit and Rose, eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Trudy touched many lives and was a mother and grandmother, not only to her family but to the many children she looked after in her day home. She will be greatly missed and will live in our hearts forever.

  1. Our family lost an amazing Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandma and a very dear friend to those who loved her. You will never be forgotten, your smile, your laughter, your amazing grilled cheese sandwiches, among other meals. You are now in a better place.. You never left the house without lipstick.
    Love always
    Margit Elliott

  2. I lost an amazing grandma I had in my life, she was the last one I had. I will always have memories of her being in my life. She was always proud of me for going after what I wanted in life. She is a role model of mine because she also taught me to never give up, in one way that showed in her surviving cancer. I’m so so proud of her for doing that I always told her that. I will always miss and love her. I’ll miss everything about her and how she was. Grandma R.I.P. I love you!

  3. I lost a dear mother-in-law who always treated me with love, affection, respect and with a great sense of humor. She was a loving lady to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Even though her physical presence may have left, the fond memories will be with us forever. Know that you have left behind a strong and loving family to support each other during this difficult time and to carry on the family legacy. I am so blessed to have known you.
    May you enjoy many lucrative future rounds of Bingo….you have earned it!

    R.I.P Trudy,
    Love, Frank

  4. Our prayers and thoughts are with Trudys family. We will always cherish our visits with your mother, grandmother and great grand mother. She was a very special lady, who had many stories to tell and always a smile to share.

    • Thank you very much for your condolences Keith and Diane. She adored you both when you came to visit your mom. This is true she definitely was.

  5. Grandma ,
    You were like a Mother to me; you were always there for me, and you made me feel safe and loved.
    You impacted my life in a great way and I will never forget all the good times we had, those memories i will cherish forever.
    I admire the woman that you were, you had many skills and talents all of which you mastered on your own. You were full of determination, you never let anything hold you back. I hope that I can be half the Woman that you were! I will truly miss you!
    I Love you forever and always, until we meet again <3

  6. So sorry for your loss. Trudy was our neighbor on Conifer Street when we bought our first home together in 1994. She was a wonderful and kind lady and she will always be remembered.

    • Hi Grant Kim and Nick Harder. Thank you for your condolences. Me and my mom had no idea you knew grandma/mom. We appreciate your thoughts and condolences. We lived with my grandma/mom almost 9 years in Sherwood park on Conifer Street.

  7. I got my strength from you,you went through so much in your 90 years and stayed strong until the end. During my many struggles I would think of all that you had overcome and that gave me hope.Thank you for teaching me anything is possible. I will think of all the good times we shared, until we meet again,I love you.

  8. We have never forgotten Mrs. Mueller. She cared for our children Shaila and Hud. We knew when the kids were there that they were well taken care of. Always a big smile on her face, so easy going if we were late picking the kids up, no problem. She potty trained Hud. As young parents we often asked your mom anything from, tell us how to get stains out, share a recipe but most of all, how were the kids today and how to care for them once we got them home.
    Harold and I hope that time will quickly soften the blow, and leave only cherished memories.

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