NORTHPORT Bronson "Bud" Mueller, age 24, of Northport, passed away Jan. 21, 2013. Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Magnolia Chapel Funeral Home North.
He was preceded in death by his great-grandmother, Cleone Freeman, and his grandmother, Margaret Laird.
Survivors include his son, Bronson Gage Mueller of Tuscaloosa; his parents, David and Renae Sullivan of Northport; his sisters, Atalie McMahill of Dunnville, Ky., Raelene Young (Stephen) of Thorsby, Ala., Holly Mueller of Spokane, Wash., and Amanda Blackmon of Tucson, Ariz.; his brothers, Jason Sullivan (Bobbie) of Tucson, Ariz. and Byron Clements of Tuscaloosa; and his grandparents, Donald and D'Ette McMahill of Spokane Valley, Wash.
Bronson was born in Spokane Valley, Wash. His family moved to Newman Lake, Wash. in 1996. He attended the East Valley schools, played soccer in the Spokane Valley soccer league, and was involved in Boy Scouts. He proudly earned his Eagle Scout in 2003. Bronson moved with his parents to Northport in the summer of 2003 and attended Tuscaloosa County High School. He volunteered with the United Cerebral Palsy Association's annual haunted house "Fright Factory" for a few years. For the past five years, he was employed with U.S. Blades, formerly known as Houston Saw, in Northport.
Uncle Bud was deeply loved by his nephews, Elijah, Leelan, Greyson, and Corbin, but the pride and joy of his life was his son, Gage. He was a devoted father who loved to spend every chance he could with his son. Bronson leaves behind a family and many friends who will miss him dearly.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a trust fund set up for Bronson Gage Mueller at Alabama Credit Union.
Magnolia Chapel Funeral Home North is in charge of arrangements.
Magnolia Chapel North
4905 Highway 69 N Northport, AL 35473
Published in Tuscaloosa News on Feb. 1, 2013