Muriel Leonora Banquer

New Haven, Connecticut

Apr 14, 1927 – Oct 3, 2017 (Age 90)

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Madeline Banquer waso Muriel's granddaughter. We often spoke but never met. May God rest her soul.

I have Know Mr. & Mrs. Babquer for years. They were my Amway customers. I enjoyed visiting with them whenever I delivered their orders. They were very nice people. I send my condolences to the family.

I played for a few years in Earl Banquer's ensemble. Muriel was always such a gracious, quiet, and supportive presence at our rehearsals. She surely was a fine woman and I am grateful to have known her. My condolences and assurance of prayer to her family.

I met Muriel in the 1990's at Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. She was smart, kind, compassionate and sincere, among many other qualities. I really admired her and have kept her in mind and heart the 20 years since. My condolences to all who cherish her.

As a child my family traveled each summer to visit my paternal relatives in Connecticut. We lived in Ohio and the journey was long; but always filled with the excitement of seeing my Banquer family. I always looked forward to the times I was invited to spend the night with my Aunt Mig and Uncle Dinny and their sons. I adored the quiet, orderly peace within this home. The floors gleamed, the crisp sheets smelled heavenly and freshly laundered curtains waved as gentle breezes flowed through...


Muriel's Obituaries

BANQUER, MURIEL LEONORAMuriel Leonora Banquer, 90, of New Haven died at home on Tuesday October 3, 2017. She was the widow of Earl Banquer. Born in New Haven, CT on April 14, 1927 to Harry and Pauline Gurian. She was a graduate of the second class of the University of Connecticut's School of...

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