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John Muhl

September 03, 1959 - June 25, 2014

Gathering:

9-10:00 A.M. Monday, July 7, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

10:00 A.M. Monday, July 7, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

John Muhl

September 03, 1959 - June 25, 2014

Obituary

John Muhl passed away on June 25, 2014 at his home in  Fargo, ND at the age of 54.

John was born on September 3, 1959 to William and Grace Muhl in Addison, Illinois.  In 1961 the family moved to Fargo, where he attended school, graduating from Fargo South High

in 1977.  Most recently John worked at The Work Zone in West Fargo.  John enjoyed bowling, golfing, tending his vegetable garden each summer and spending time with friends from work.

John is preceded in death by his father and mother.  John is survived by his brother Gary (Bonnie) Muhl of West Fargo, sisters Patricia (Jerry) Link of Fargo and Nancy (Roger) Dvergsten of Adams, MN and many nieces and nephews.

Memorial gifts in memory of John will be sent by the family to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Cemetery in Addison, Illinois where John will be buried next to our mom. 

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  1. Jumpin Jodi Zander says:

    Thank You TooTall for the privilege of working with you and always making my world a much happier place to be in. Your King Leos family will miss you. My condolances to the Muhl family.

  2. Jay Nelson says:

    John and I worked together at Hardee’s back in the early 1980s. We were the same age, and had many similar interests, so we bonded and did a lot together for a few years. We called him “Too Tall”. Its been many years since I’ve seen John, and that is a regret of mine. Rest easy friend.

  3. Kurt and Julie Slotten says:

    Fargo ND
    Pat, Jerry and family, So sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May all God’s promises give you strength during this difficult time.

  4. Shirley Hosman Holmen says:

    Fargo North Dakota
    Gary, Patty and Nancy, Was so sorry to hear about Johns passing. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you

  5. Rebecca Anderson aka: Becky Fischer says:

    Brighton COSo sorry for your loss to the Muhl family. I grow up in the same neighborhood as the Muhl’s and remember John vaguely, but I do remember the family as my brother hung out with Gary and I remember you Patty and that you were always kind and such a carrying person as I am sure of this in John as I see it in the guestbook entries that he reflects his family spirit. May you rest in peace John and your family members left behind God’s Blessings and comfort to you all.

  6. Diane Stark says:

    Moorhead MnAlthough I did not know you, I feel that you are probably very happy to be reunited with your good friends Mike Jacobson & his mom Eileen Veitch. They spoke of you as though you were part of our family. Thank you for spending time with our mom, Eileen, after our brothers passing. She so enjoyed your trips to Hankinson & treasured the crock you gave her, the name escapes me now, but she loved it. RIP Johnny & make sure you deal mom & Mike a winning hand.

  7. JT Nelson says:

    Fort White FloridaOh my friend , I remember the memories we all had with you.
    You were truly a blessing to us all.

  8. Gayle Kerkow says:

    Mauldin SCPat and, Jerry, my condolences to you for the loss of your brother. I graduated with him and remember his quiet nature. Prayers of healing to you and your family.Friends, Gayle Kerkow

  9. Peggy Jacobson Kringlie says:

    Fargo ND
    Johnny (my step-bro) was such a sweet, kind person. It is with extreme sadness that I send him to be with Mom and Mike. Bruce and I send our condolences to his family. I know how hard it is to lose a brother. And so young …….

  10. Lyle Walen says:

    West Fargo ND
    John was my boss for many years as we dealt blackjack together but John was not a boss to me but a best friend. We had many fun and interesting nights at the table and John was always the cool headed one of the two of us and kept me from many altercations on the table. I have never seen a dealer with so many return customers return just to see if they could beat the mighty John. Very few did, but they still came back again and again to lose and enjoy every minute with John. I will miss you buddy and will have great memories until we meet again. Farewell my friend and they truly did break the mold when you came into this world. Things just won’t be the same without you sitting behind that jar bar selling those tickets. Love you forever John. Lyle

  11. David and Diane Halvorson says:

    Fargo N. Dak.We are sad that you are no longer with us. It was an honor to know you and thanks for all the great moments we had as friends. The memories will be cherished forever.

  12. Sarah Berquam says:

    You were one of the nicest and most generous people I ever met. I am glad I got to know you while we worked together on those slow nights at Bordertown back in the day. I’ll never forget your laugh and I’ll see you on the other side someday.

  13. Connie Marick says:

    fargo nd
    This world will never be the same without you John, you were one of a kind. I will always remember the fun times at work (and play ) You were a very likeable, kind and generous person, may you rest in peace.

  14. BARB MICKELSON says:

    West Fargo North Dakota
    OH BOY JOHN! I’M GOING TO MISS YOU SO MUCH. I JUST WISH YOU WOULD HAVE LET ME KNOW HOW SICK YOU WERE…I WOULD HAVE DRAGGED YOU TO THE DR. YOU WERE A GREAT JOY IN MY LIFE AND MY FAMILY’S. EVERYONE THAT MET YOU LOVED YOU. YOU WERE SO CARING AND GENEROUS! MY DOGS ALREADY MISS YOU. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU JOHN. LOVE, BARB

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