Beverly A. Mueller (Campbell)
Rochester, Passed suddenly, but peacefully on Sunday, July 26, 2020 at 83.
Born in Punxsatawney, PA. March 30, 1937, Bev spent many summers at her grandparents house in Cammal, PA. she would often travel on Pine Creek with her row boat. Sister Barbara joined the family in 1943 while the family resided in Buffalo NY. Her father Melvin accepted a job at Delco in Rochester, where they lived on St. Pierre Drive on the Erie Canal, and went Spencerport Schools. Beverly was crowned Harvest Queen in 1954.
Later the Campbell family purchased a home on Elmgrove Rd. A neighbor arranged a blind bowling date between Bev and George Mueller. The opposites attracted and they were soon a couple. In 1959, they were married at The Elmgrove United Methodist Church.
George traded his Austin Healy for a 1957 Corvette, which they drove to Florida for their honeymoon. George was tool & die maker, working at various shops, finishing his career at Eastman Kodak. Beverly had various jobs as well. She was employed at Kodak, Rigeri & Minster and later at the Elmgrove Fruit Farm.
Their first child, Ingeborg Dawn was almost born at their cabin in Swain NY, arriving in May 1960. In 1962 the couple agreed on a farm house built in 1867 on Ridgeway Ave. In June of 1963 Greggory George was born, completing their family.
On Ridgeway Ave, the family experienced a home filled with fun & love and their neighbors became an extended family. The Muellers took many trips around the US and Europe. Sometimes Bev & George would even take separate trips, George hunting, and Bev going anywhere that was warm & sunny.
Bev accepted anyone and everyone with open arms. She helped others any way she could. She made everyone feel welcome and comfortable in her home. Beverly was a out-spoken, supportive, happy, fun, knowledgeable, care-free soul! All lucky enough to know her were touched by her magic.
Beverly is survived by her husband George of 60 years, her children Inge and Gregg (Teresa), Grandchildren Dayna, Lauren and Karla. She also adored and felt blessed to have great grandchildren; Mason and Reagan.