Cillian Vincent Evallen-Muller of Suwanee, Georgia, passed away in the wee hours of the morning on December 5th, 2021, after fighting bravely for 27 days following extreme premature birth.
27 days doesn’t seem like a long time, but it is. Long enough to fall in love. Long enough to share your heart. Long enough to feel it break. A lifetime.
Cillian is survived by his parents, Ian Emerson Muller, Ellie Evallen-Muller, and Nikki Ann Evallen-Muller of Suwanee, a grandfather, John T. Muller II of Dover, Delaware, a grandmother, Bonnie Auten of Madison, Alabama, and his grandparents Dennis and Patricia Evans of Suwanee, as well as a full house of cats and dogs
Cillian was born in Johns Creek, Georgia, and fought hard every day of his life.
He defied odds to even exist, and every day he was kicking and punching and charming the hearts of every nurse that came near him.
We are so grateful for the four weeks we got to spend with him, seeing him smile when we tickled him, watching him immediately relax and settle into his mother when she got to hold him, and watching him drift off to sleep as we read to him every night. From his love of his father’s bedtime stories to his ticklish toes to his uncanny ability to escape swaddling, Cillian’s a spirit that’s stronger than most grown adults, and we will cherish every second we spent with him. He was here, he mattered, and he was loved more than possible by his whole family
Cillian Vincent Evallen-Muller, we love you more than the waking world, and we always will.