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Gregory C. Muller

Muller, Gregory C. 03/20/1956 ~ 11/12/2013 LEMON GROVE -- Greg Muller was born and raised on the East coast, and passed in his sleep in November. He is survived by his loving wife of 22 years, Denise (DeSure) Muller of Lemon Grove, Ca.; mother-in-law Beverly DeSure and her son, David of Calif.; brothers Allen and Betty Muller and Scott and JoAnn Muller of New York; sisters, Debbie and Bob Taft of San Diego, Kim and Jim Gulick of New York, and Lorri Lang of Calif. Greg moved to the West coast in the early eighties and honed his culinary skills at the Hotel Del Coronado and Wally's of the Desert where his diners included presidents and other dignitaries of the world. His love of fishing brought him to San Diego where he served as chef on sportfishing vessels for twenty-five years including the New Lo-An and most recently the American Angler. One could find Greg at the San Diego Zoo, fishing salt and freshwater, listening to the Grateful Dead, or giving time and money to anyone needing encouragement or a helping hand. He was well known for his friendliness, thoughtfulness, and sincere concern for anyone lucky enough to cross his path. He was the proverbial guy that would give you the shirt off his back with a smile and a twinkle in his eyes. A celebration of Greg's humanity, kindness, and zest for life will take place at the Tunaman's Memorial statue on Shelter Island in San Diego on Sat., December 14th, at 11:30 a.m. where we will wish him smooth sailing with the wind at his back.


Published in U-T San Diego on Dec. 12, 2013
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