Fredrick Joseph Mueller

fredrick mueller
Survivors include Fred's wife, Bonnie Mueller; children, John Mueller, Tim Mueller, Lisa Rice, & Laurie Mueller; siblings, William Mueller, Rose McNamara, & Teresa Schultz; & grandchildren, Matthew, Sarah, Joseph, Hailey, & Tanner.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Fred was a unique individual with boundless energy, unbelievable enthusiasm, and a clear vision for what will be important in the future. He was also a warm, caring human being. We will miss his easy laughter, his eclectic stories, and his fertile mind. Fred worked hard with George Mason. His efforts will long endure as he has helped change the university’s culture – something that is not easy to do. He will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him.

  2. Fred and I were good friends growing up in Waynesboro…played little league baseball together. we lived in the same neighborhood and hung out with Randy Snyder, another friend that lived close by. We always had fun together. I had not seen him since he left Waynesboro. He will be missed.

  3. Mrs. Mueller, please accept my sympathies on the loss of your husband, Fred. I know you don’t know me, I went to high school with Teresa. Teresa, my thoughts are with you. Looks like Fred was a very successful, caring person. I’ll always remember the Mueller family from my school days. V/r Russ

  4. I’ve known Fred since 2000, when he and Bonnie purchased the 1st of five Mercury’s. One of the nicest people ever to venture into our showroom, he was genuinely friendly to everyone he met. As with all those who sign this guestbook, I’m fortunate to have had the opportunity to know Fred and sad to learn of his passing. To Bonnie and the entire Mueller family, on behalf of all who knew Fred at Cherner’s, please accept our condolences. He will certainly be missed.

  5. My heart and sympathy goes out to the Mueller family. During my 20+ years of working for ITT Telecom in the DC area, we met as competitors many times. Upon my retirement from ITT, he called me the next day to give me a job with SQUIRES. I worked with him from 1986 until the end of SQUIRES and will cherish my memories of him as a smart business executive and a gentleman. May his soul rest in peace.

  6. Fred was one of a kind as we all know. I loved my brother dearly and he will be sorely missed. He was an inspiration to us all with his optimism and good humor. He fought valiantly to reverse his illness and be restored to good health and full activity. But this was not to be and he is now at peace with the Lord. Rose. Fred was a trusted friend and confidant who treated me like a brother. I will miss him everyday. Tom. Thanks to all of Fred’s friends and those of the Mueller family whose support and encouragement has made this loss more bearable. Rose and Tom.

  7. Bonnie, It was good to meet you yesterday at Fred’s service! I can see why Fred was so taken by you…you are beautiful inside and out! Fred was very special in a group of very special people! That DSX group from the 60’s just had something very unique to offer the world and they sure did! I admired Fred’s business acumen and his love of the life of business he emerced himslf in. We last spoke after Larry’s untimely passing and his excitement for life was as if we were just starting! Maybe that’s the secret…we are always just starting! Somehow I think that’s what Fred says to me! One thing is for sure Fred continues to set high standards for all of us! As we say…’in the bonds of brotherhood’ I will huge you and Fred’s family through my prayers! God bless and comfort you. Bob Miller

  8. You are missed and will be missed more and more everyday. Don’t give mom too hard a time.

  9. Fred, having passed into eternity, leaves family and friends behind who will always remember his kind heart, his joyful spirit and his desire to do what was right in the eyes of God. It was such a joy to see him proud of his baby sister,Teresa, now a mom. Asya,our daughter would always smile at him with her big, toothie grin that lightened the room. We will miss quiet dinners at our house with him, and big family dinners at his home in Oakton. Fred was brother, friend and uncle to us and we remember him fondly. We pray and trust in God that he is at peace, and lobbying for great graces to be showered on his family and friends. We love you, Teresa, John and baby Asya

  10. I will always remember how proud Fred was when he told us he and his dad flew on the Concorde. As was his way, on the one hand, he tried to make it sound like it was no big deal. On the other, he could scarcely hide is pride in putting this important trip together for him and his father.

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