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Regina Mueller

August 3, 1950 - July 12, 2017


Regina Marie Mueller, 66, of Salem, OR passed away on July 12th, 2017.

Rosary Vigil will be 7pm on Sunday, July 16th at the Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, with viewing beginning at 6pm. Funeral Mass will be held at 10am on Monday, July 17th at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Salem. Burial will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery.

Regina was born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania to Raymond & Claire Kohler on August 3rd, 1950.  She married Conrad Mueller in East Lansing, Michigan in 1970. She graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Mathematics. She worked as a computer programmer for the City of Salem for 2 years. Regina then raised and homeschooled all eight of her children, and mentored other homeschooling families.

Throughout her life, Regina was an active community member and leader. She was a Lector, Eucharistic Minister, and Religious Education teacher at St. Joseph Church, an active supporter of Right to Life and St. Vincent de Paul, and involved with La Leche League, Boy Scouts and MathCounts among many other activities. Her hobbies included hiking, camping, reading, brainteasers, puzzles, moving furniture, and playing cards. She gave freely of herself and her time, and she will be greatly missed.

Regina is preceded in death by her mother, Claire. Regina is survived by her husband, Conrad; her 4 daughters, Amanda, Kirstin, Solveig, & Wendelin; her 4 sons, Georg, Hans, Manfred & Dieter; her father, Raymond; her 4 sisters, Roxanna, Karen, Norma & LuAnn; her 2 brothers, Gregory & Raymond; and her 8 grandchildren.

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My prayers and sympathy to the family.