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GEORGE JOHN MULLER

1922 ~ 2015

 

With sadness, we announce the passing of George John Muller Saturday, October 10 2015, after a brief illness.

 

George was born in Westendorp, Gld, Holland in 1922. In 1953, after surviving WWII, he and his best friend George Nyman immigrated to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In Winnipeg, George met his future wife Henrietta (DeHaan) in 1960 and they went on to celebrate 54 years of marriage. After working at various jobs, George completed a 30-year career with Winnipeg Transit. In retirement, George enjoyed 30 more years of health, life, travel, friends and family.

 

George is survived by sons Bryan, John and Wayne (Candace); grandchildren and great-grandchildren Amanda, Callie (Tony), Garrett, Jessica, Jaimie, Nick and Aubree.

 

Immediate family surrounded George in his final days. The family wishes to extend a sincere thank-you to the staff of Concordia Hospital and Riverview Health Centre palliative care staff.

 

At George's request, there will be no formal service.

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From: John & Ruth Van Bruggen

Our condolences to Hennie and the family of George. George was very helpful to Mrs. Naber throughout her life and also he was very helpful to us when we were dealing with her estate.  You both became friends to us during this time and we appreciated this very much.

 

John & Ruth

Overlijdings bericht;

 

MULLER, GERRIT JAN

1922 – 2015 

 

Na een korte ziekte  is Gerrit  overleden op zaterdag, oktober 10 2015. Hij is rustig ingeslapen na een goed leven.

 

Hij werd geboren in Westendorp, Gld, Holland. Na de Tweede Wereldoorlog besloot hij om iets anders te doen met zijn leven. In 1953 ging hij samen met zijn beste vriend George Nyman emigreren naar Canada, en kwamen aan in Winnipeg, Manitoba,  

 

Hier ontmoette Gerrit zijn toekomstige vrouw Henrietta (de Haan) in 1960 en  waren 54 jaaar getrouwd.

 

Na het werken op verschillende banen, voltooide hij een 30-jarige loopbaan met het Winnipeg bus vervoer.  Na zijn pensioen, heeft hij genoten van de volgende 30 jaar met zijn hobbies, reizen door de USA, Canada en Europa en met vrienden en familie.

Hij is overleefd door door zijn vrouw, en zonen;   Bryan, John,  Wayne (Candace).  Eveneens; kleinkinderen en groot kleinkinderen Amanda, Callie (Tony), Garrett, Jessica, Jaimie, Nick en Aubree, zowel als een zuster en veel familie in Holland en Indonesia.

 

Directe familie  waren naast hem in zijn laatste dagen. 

 

De familie wenst een oprechte dank aan het personeel van Concordia ziekenhuis en Riverview palliatieve zorg.  Het was zijn wens  om geen begravenis te hebben en hij is inmiddels gekremeerd.

From: Peter Pastoor

George grew up in the same town as my mother and when George and George immigrated to Canada they came over to our house frequently. They could tell that our family was struggling and they would would often come over with groceries and other hampers to help us along. The compassion and generosity was greatly appreciated.

 

George and George affectionally started calling me "Broertje" which is still a name I use when I send my sisters an email. Thank you George for all you have done for our family. It was nice to visit with you a while ago.

 

Rest in Peace.

 

Broetje

From: John Ferencz

 

With our deepest sympathy to Hennie and family.

 

John, Denise, Jim, Jason, John Jr. and all the staff of All Canadian Emblem Corp.

From: Elisabeth Julia Muller

 

Our deepest sympathy to auntie Hennie and family. Goerge is my uncle, I have never met him in person, but he aways shared his lovely, tender attention in his letters. He was the one who kept the communication between the Muller family members. I'm so grateful to know him by correspondence and he will be always in our minds.

 

Elisabeth & Ruud

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