Karl Muller III
April 26, 1970 – Jan. 3, 2020
Karl Muller III, 49, Midlothian, died Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 in Midlothian, VA.
Karl was born April 26, 1970, in Gloucester, MA. After high school graduation, he moved to San Antonio,Tx where he started a landscaping business and attended the University of Texas San Antonio, then Karl moved to Key West, FL where he met his wife, Jennie. They moved to Virginia, eventually residing in Palmyra and Midlothian, VA. He was a Senior Systems Analyst at McGuireWoods in Richmond, VA. Karl was an IT Specialist who was Citrix certified and a VMware Certified Professional in Data Center Virtualization. Karl enjoyed off-road driving, watching the New England Patriots, skiing, and family camping trips.
He is survived by his wife and his children: Isabella, Rachel, Sophie, and Gabe. He is preceded in death by his parents Nancy and Karl Muller II.
A memorial service will be held from 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM Sunday, January 12 at Atlee Church. Following the service please join us for refreshments and fellowship
My heart and prayers are with your family. I hope you rest peacefully and know you will be missed.
Our sincere condolences and sympathy to the Muller Family at this difficult time. He will truly be missed in our lives and workplace…
Rest In Peace(R.I.P) Karl.
Karl and I were classmates and friends. I remember him on his first day at Rockport Middle School in Mrs Wagnis’ home room. He was always positive and encouraging. We had fun or created it, back when we rode bikes, skateboards, had several beaches and quarries where we could swim and hang out with friends. Great memories. I am glad that I found him on social media a few years back… he has a beautiful family, and his posts and notes are a testimony of his good spirit.
Praying for his wife and children. God bless.
Karl was always ready with a smart comment while he was doing his best to resolve a problem or help with something at work. He is and will be missed. I will especially miss his unique sense of humor.
Karl was a long time friend growing up in Rockport Mass. We will miss his friendship and fun that we have had. Condolences to the family and friends of Karl and peace be with you all.
I am so sorry to hear about Karl’s passing. I didn’t know him well, but one of the memories I do have was of him being very kind to me when I was a kid. I was going through a phase where I wanted to be a chef and I made some really terrible dessert tacos to share. He said nice things about them and I remember it made my day. Kindness is something I have always associated with him.