MULLER, Rev. Dr. Willy R.

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Dr. Willy (Bill) Muller was born on July 11, 1925, as the fourth of eight children to Jacob and Tina, at the family home in Kelstern, Saskatchewan. At the time of his birth there were significant concerns regarding his survival. As a result, his father and mother dedicated Willy to the Lord…a commitment that proved to last a lifetime.

Willy was predeceased by his wife of 57 years, Marie; by his parents, Jacob & Tina Muller; by his siblings Marie Muller, Louise Muller, Hans Muller, Olga Englund, Ernest Muller and Paul Muller; by his sister-in-law Elsie Muller; by his brothers-in-law Dave Englund, Ernest Hahn, and Don Erickson; and by his niece Patricia Englund.

Willy is survived by his daughters Joy Muller and Rebecca (Percy) Boyko; by his grandson, Jason Miller and his granddaughter, Kimberly Miller; by his sister Tillie Erickson and his sister-in-law, Susan Muller; by a host of American and Canadian nieces and nephews, as well as grand nieces and nephews; and by brothers and sisters, in Christ, too numerous to mention.

You are warmly invited to access the funeral service for Willy Muller on January 11, 2021 (or anytime thereafter), as featured on the following Greenfield Community Church webpage, https://greenfieldchurch.ca/drmuller.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to Taylor Seminary (http://www.taylor-edu.ca) or to the charity of your choice.

 

Serenity Funeral Service – South Edmonton, (780)450-0101

 

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Ernie and Gladys Marshall

Although we have known Willy Muller for only the past 11 years we were blessed by his ministry and presence. His love and wisdom accompanied by boldness and grace drew many people to our Lord.

Dale and Sheryl Neuman

Your father has been one of the most sensible men that we have ever known. That common sense came from his intimate knowledge of the Bible, which he shared, taught and lived out daily for his whole life. Dale recalls that in conversation with him at Greenfield, Dr. Muller said that he wanted to burn out for God rather than rust out! That sums up his life, we think. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Joy, Becky, Jason and Kimberley. May peace be your portion as you remember and reflect.

Wayne Land

Rev. Muller was always a man of great dignity and high ethics. I remember him as a young boy from the NAB camp at Sylvan Lake and opportunities to see him from time to time throughout life at special events He was a godly man who always let his light shine for Jesus.
My condolences to the Muller family.

Blayne Fossen

Reverend Muller was a true shepherd to me and many others in my childhood while he pastored the congregation at Carbon Baptist Church. Fortunately we remained friends over the following decades. My sympathies and prayers are with Joy, Rebecca and family during this time of loss

CELIA MAGAT

To the Muller family, My deepest sympathy! Very blessed and thankful to have known and met him several times prior to his passing. Still remember his very comforting words from my husband memorial service which help me through very difficult days all the times.

Ken & Eileen (nee Busenius) Priebe

Our deepest sympathies to Joy, Becky & Percy, Jason & Kimberly and extended family. Family was always SPECIAL.
Dr Willy (Bill Muller) was a BIG influence in both our lives and our 3 sons.
Dr Muller was our Professor in the mid 60’s @ CTI.
“Pa” Muller was our co-worker/fellow missionary @ CBTS, Ndu (Cameroon) mid 80’s and a wonderful ‘Grandpa’ to our sons.
Mid 90’s Bill was our Bible teacher on many of the Jesus Film Projects we hosted to Russia, Ukraine, Cameroon and Mexico.
One of our project participants who loved his Bible studies said, “I wish I could take him home, put him in a bottle and drink of his wisdom daily’. That was true of all who sat under his Bible teaching. We believe this holds true for those who knew him and had the privilege of being taught by him.
His legacy lives on!

Rachel and Art de Leon

To Joy, Becky (and extended family) – please accept our condolences on the loss of your Dad from this world. He was a blessing to us and our family. His smile, warm handshake deep resounding yet gentle voice and his deep love for all will always be something we will treasure. We loved him dearly and will miss him greatly.

keith bienert

I appreciated being Dr. Muller’s student at Taylor seminary back in 1985 to 1987. I still remember some of the things he taught and always highly respected him for his commitment to ministry even in his retirement years. it was an honor and blessing to have a godly role model

Jim Michals

Beloved adopted Father and “Pa” for all he met.

Evangelist,Theologian,Pastor,Church Planter and Missionary. Humble servant of his Saviour and Living God.

True “Man of Issachar” who understood his times and knew what to do.

Cheryl Attaway

…This great man, some sixty plus years ago was not only a great shepherd to his church flock in little Carbon, Alberta but took the time to visit me while I had an extended stay in hospital as a young girl.
Pastor Muller would come faithfully and carry me on his shoulders as my parents were not always able to make the journey into Calgary. His gentle smile and comforting words helped me through some very difficult and lonely days….

…Later on … while at college (NABC)… I would see that same smile from time to time and hear the same encouraging words…
….What a blessing he has been… not only to me but to so very many…
…I can just picture him now in heaven, visiting with all those precious souls who have gone before him… including my own dear father…

…”what a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see…what a day, glorious day that will be…”

Peace & Comfort to all the families of this wonderful man…
– Cheryl (Fossen) Attaway

Kim Boyes (nee Galanka)

Dear Joy and Rebecca, My heartfelt condolences on the passing of your dad. We were next door neighbors in the early 70s in Greenfield. In fact my first husband moved into your home there in 1975. A fond memory was being with your family in your Greenfield home and practicing a puppet show (my sister Jayne as well). I remember your Dad as a gentle and kind being. Memories are what sustain us. Warmly, Kim

Walter and Elaine Domning

To the Muller family, Joy and Rebecca. We have known your father since the early 1970’s as Walter was studying at NABC. Our paths have crossed often with his. We so appreciate his preaching and care for people. He will be deeply missed! May you find comfort in your memories of Willy’s life.

Leona (Bender) Klapstein

Dear Joy & Rebecca. ..your dad was special to me for a lot of years. He baptized me in the Saskatchewan river in 1961, and then he was dean at CTI the year I was there. He married Wayne & I in 1972 and we crossed paths through the years. I haven’t seen you girls much through the years ,but know you will miss him…you had a great dad! Sincere sympathy.

Michael Tkachuk

May the Peace of Christ dwell richly with you. Dr. Muller was a beautiful man. He made a difference and I am thankful to have known him. Peace.

Karin Ristau

To the whole Muller family my heartfelt sympathy! May God’s comfort surround you in very special ways, may His peace keep you, and may treasured memories become more vivid during this valley of grief.

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