Barbara D Muller
Date of Death: December 24, 2018
OBITUARY: Barbara D Muller Mrs. Barbara D. Muller (née Welma), of Clifton, New Jersey passed away on Monday, 24 December 2018 at the age of 75, at Saint Joseph’s Hospital due to a lingering Illness. Barbara was born to parents Michael Welma and Helen (née Sypniewski) on January 11, 1943 in Passaic County, New Jersey. She grew up in Clifton and Passaic New Jersey and attended Passaic High School. In May 1959, she married John A Muller of Passaic, New Jersey. Barbara was mainly a Homemaker to their large family. Barbara and John had 8 children together. John passed in October 1976. After several years, Barbara began working as a School Bus Driver till retiring in 2011. Barbara was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and a member of the West Passaic Congregation for 48 years. She was preceded in death by her Husband, John A Muller, her Parents, Michael and Helen Welma, sister, Michaeline Welma, Brother, Darcy Welma , and two grandchildren, Frank Sych and Devin Sych. Barbara is survived by her 8 Children and Spouse’s, Her Son’s: John Muller Jr, Frank and (Vicky) Muller, Paul and (Gina) Muller, and Scott and (Rosalba “Rosie”) Muller; Her Daughter’s: Brenda and (the late David) Grimes, June and (Dennis) Sych, Jennifer and (Naume “Nick”) Dukleski, and Eunice and (the late John) Freda. Sisters, Deborah Harman, Vicki Velez and Kimberly Welma; 14 grandchildren, Kyle Gervasio, Matthew Gervasio, Johnathan Muhr, Jason Muller, John Muller III, Victoria Grimes, David Grimes, Josiah Muller, Cody Sych, Jesse Sych, Christopher Fuschini, Khrystal Dukleski, Amber Freda, and Scott Anthony Muller, and Six great-grandchildren, Dylan Grimes, Maximus Torres, Andrew Torres, Fairlight Torres, Karlie Fuschini and Christina Fuschini. There will be a Memorial service at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness on 29 December 2018 at 7:00 PM, located at 170 Howe Ave; Passaic, New Jersey 07055, friends and family are invited to attend. The Cremations will be buried at the East Ridgefield Cemetery at her Mothers Plot at a later Date. The family is grateful for the condolences, but declines flowers.