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Jonathan Mueller Obituary

 







Jonathan David  Mueller
Jonathan David Mueller

February 11, 2001 - June 2, 2017
Born in California
Resided in Coeur d' Alene, ID

Obituary

Jonathan David Mueller went home to be with the Lord on June 2, 2017. Jon was born February 11, 2001 in California. We moved to Coeur d'Alene in 2015. Jon was the light of our lives and more precious to us than words could ever express. He was 16 years old.

He was an outgoing boy who made friends easily. His favorite song was Chainsaw by Family Force 5. He thought it was so funny to do the chainsaw dance. His favorite color was orange and pizza was his favorite food. Jon had a caring heart and blessed those around him. He loved little children and was a blessing in the neighborhood. Jon loved the Seahawks and could often be seen wearing his Seahawks hat, jersey, or sweatshirt. Favorite activities were youth group, hanging out with friends, riding his bike, being outdoors, listening to music, collecting sports cards, and swing dancing.

The sunshine has left our lives and we will never be the same.

Jon is survived by his mom and dad, John and Nicole Mueller. Jon, we will love you forever and ever and even longer. We are forever grateful for the gift you were to our lives and our hearts long for the day when we will be together with you again.

2 Corinthians 5:1, Numbers 6:24-26

A private memorial will be held.


Below is a letter that Jon's parents wrote for his memorial:

Dear Jon,
"Jonathan" means "gift from God" and you truly were God's gift to us. You brought so much joy into our lives. You filled our lives with love and laughter. You were our "precious angel, gift from God".

We could fill a library with all the wonderful memories of your life: birthdays, Christmas, Halloween, vacations, and just the everyday moments. But the most cherished are the memories we have of your precious hugs and kisses, hearing you say "I love you", and seeing your beautiful smile.

We miss you so much with an ache inside that will never go away. But we hold on to the hope we have in Jesus that we will see you again one day in heaven.

We will love you forever, and ever and even longer.

Love,
Mama and Dada

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