In loving memory of

Gerda Ann Muller
July 3, 1955 - March 19, 2020

Gerda Ann Muller, 64, of Hampton, Iowa, passed away Thursday, March 19, 2020, at MercyOne North Iowa Hospice in Mason City surrounded by her family. She was born July 3, 1955, in Hampton, to Philipp and Shirley (DeVries) Wanner.

Gerda graduated from Dumont High School and furthered her education at Hamilton Business College in Mason City. She was united in marriage to Rodney Muller on August 2, 1974, at the Dumont Reformed Church. Gerda was a housewife and a darn good mom and grandma. She enjoyed attending services at the Dumont Reformed Church and she was very active with RCW. Gerda enjoyed crossword puzzles, fishing and gardening. She loved her flowers and spending time with her grandchildren. Family was very important to her.

Gerda is survived by her husband Rodney Muller of Hampton; daughter Sonia Muller of Ankeny; daughter Sandy Muller (Stephen Rodriguez) of Waterloo; son Shane Muller of Hampton; daughter Sarah Muller of Waterloo; grandchildren Alexander, Jorge, Josiah, Arron, Blake, and Adele; parents Philipp and Shirley Wanner of Dumont; sister Gay Palmer of Latimer; sister Gwen (Mike) Thornburgh of Dumont; sister Glenda (Steve) Hatfield of Earlham; brother Gary (Lori) Wanner of Williamsburg; along with many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her paternal and maternal grandparents; father- and mother-in-law Johnny and Viola Muller; brother Terry Wanner; and sister Brenda Wanner.

Services will be held at a later date.

Tributes

Terry Hatfield wrote on Mar 20, 2020:

"You were always so kind and patient. No matter what mischief I along with Sonja, Sandy, Sarah, and Shane got into you loved us. I looked up to the way you gardened and canned. You were a true throwback to a simpler time. I will miss you. Your nephew Terry Hatfield"

Steve Hatfield wrote on Mar 20, 2020:

"You were one of the most amazing people to know, word's to describe you, special, calming, loving, caring, giving, nonjudgmental, forgiving, the list goes on. So spread your wing's big sister until we meet again. You'll always be in my heart."