Mitchell Joseph Mueller
August 19, 1930 — February 3, 2022
Mitchell Joseph Mueller, of St. Paul, Missouri, passed away Thursday, February 3, 2022, at the age of 91. Loving husband of Almeda Mueller; beloved son of the late Edwin and Helen Mueller; devoted father of Doug (Terri) Mueller, Darrell (Faye) Mueller, Dean (Jan) Mueller, Dave (Lisa) Mueller, and Duane (Amy) Mueller; cherished grandfather of Mike Mueller, Peter Mueller, Oliver Mueller, Ryan (Kristin) Mueller, Matt Mueller, Jake (Melissa) Mueller, Vince (Madeline) Mueller, Jack Mueller, Megan (Ryan) Brusca, Sally (Dave) Ackman, Jessie Mueller, Shannon (Nick) Curtright, Dana (Matt) Jacobsmeyer, Jill (Andrew) Barry, Kate Mueller, Lauren (Zach) Repking, Carly Mueller, Morgan (Matt) Stearn, Hannah Mueller, and Leah Mueller; treasured great-grandfather of 21 and three on the way; dear brother of Jeanette (the late Morris) Cleary and Eileen (the late Wayne) Dickbernd; brother-in-law of Virginia Mueller, Skeeter (the late Dave) Hercules, and Esther (the late Wayne) Cutright. Mitchell is also preceded in death by his sister, Alberta (John) Dreiswerd; brother, Jerry Mueller; mother-in-law, Marge Hampton; sisters-in-law, Nina (Ed) Groeblinghoff, and Joy (Albert) Valdez. Mitchell proudly served his country in the United States Air Force. He retired after more than 35 years with McDonnell Douglas/Boeing as a superintendent. He was a Grand Knight in the Knights of Columbus. Mitchell lived his whole life in St. Paul, went to daily Mass, and was very faithful to the Lord. As an avid sports fan, Mitchell enjoyed golfing, and he especially loved watching St. Louis Cardinals baseball. In his younger years, he played basketball, baseball, and cork ball. He was a big supporter of his sons and grandkids sporting events. He was very involved with his church, St. Paul Catholic Church. Mitchell loved to travel with his wife and have dinner with family. He enjoyed yardwork, planting flowers, and riding around in his golfcart, watch out squirrels! He had a great heart and was feisty in his own way. He always looked forward to playing Euchre with family and friends. Mitchell was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Memorials may be made in Mitchell's name to Siteman Cancer Center or St. Paul Catholic Church. Baue Funeral Homes is currently following CDC recommendations regarding mask and social distancing policies.