Thomas-Muller-Obituary

Thomas R. Muller

Old Tappan, New Jersey

1956 - 2020 (Age 63)

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Thomas R. MullerOld Tappan - Thomas R. Muller, 63, of Nanuet, NY, formerly of Ridgefield, NJ, Old Tappan, NJ and San Francisco, CA, passed away suddenly on Monday, May 18, 2020. Beloved father of Lyndsay Rose Muller. Dear brother of Steven Muller. Loving partner of eight years to Elizabeth "Lisa"...

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RIP DEAR TOMMY
THANX FOR BEING A GOOD FRIEND AND CLASSMATE TO MY BROTHER MARTY
OUR DAD WAS A DENTIST IN RIDGEFIELD ON BERGEN BLVD ALSO IN UNION CITY ON SUMMIT AVENUE
GOD BLESS U
KAREN DIAMOND

Great guy, and a dear friend. Memories together will be forever cherished.
Feel sorry i hadn't been in touch the last few years, but nothing will take away from the good times we shared!

Rest in eternal peace Tommy Muller....special memories will always bring a smile.
Steve, Toni, Carla and All, my heart goes out to you in your time of sorrow.
In a bittersweet moment, another Angel has found their wings.
Accept my condolences.

What a great person all around! It was a pleasure to have known you, Tom! Im so sorry this happened to you! My thoughts, prayers and condolences to the family and my Aunt Lisa. Thank you for being so great to her! You will be deeply missed! Rest In Peace!

Condolences from the Lopian family. Tom was such a special part of our lives for so many years. Who can forget that Muller laugh and twinkle in his eyes. So many happy memories. Now with the angels.

Rest In Peace, Mulls. Sending love to your family.
Stephanie and Kevin Briody

Although we were not in contact over many years, you were never far from my thoughts and memories of good times growing up together. Rest in peace my brother.

My condolences to Tom's family. We were fraternity brothers at Bucknell University '74-'78, and had a lot of laughs and great times together - how could one not with Tom?!

I am so very sorry to hear of Tommy's passing. I knew Tommy growing up in Ridgefield and always enjoyed watching him play basketball - he was one of the best in Ridgefield. Anyone who knew Tommy knew what a wonderful, upbeat and kind person he was. I will never forget his million dollar smile. RIP Tommy.