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John Muller

John Muller

Tuesday, September 27th, 1949 Thursday, July 9th, 2020

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Obituary for John T. Muller

John Theodore ‘Ted’ Muller, a Hartsdale resident, died July 9, 2020 at the age of 70. He was born September 27, 1949 in White Plains, NY to the late John and Norma Muller.
On February 5, 1999 Ted married his wife Wendy Beddoes.
Ted was a keen photographer, especially in his younger years. He became friends with many musicians that he had photographed in the clubs of NYC and Westchester. He enjoyed playing the guitar and over the years, hosted many ‘JAM Sessions’ with his friends in his home. He was also an avid reader, with a particular interest in History and Biographies. Over the years, he acquired a large collection of books and could spend hours in a used book shop.
He loved traveling to the UK on vacation with Wendy, to spend time in the English countryside and to visit with their friend and relatives.
Ted worked as a cab driver for various companies in the area and was employed by West Side Taxi in Hartsdale for the last few years of his life.
Besides his wife, Wendy, Ted is survived by his brothers; Peter and Stephen, his nieces and nephews and his cousin Tom Minck.
A private cremation will take place for Ted.

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