• Date Of Birth: October 12, 1942
  • Date Of Death: January 17, 2019
  • City: Passaic
  • State: New Jersey

Dennis John Muller of Jupiter, FL completed his circle of life on January 17, 2019, surrounded by family. He was 76 years old.

Dennis was born in Passaic, NJ. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Bernice Miko and his brother Fred L. Muller. Loved ones left to cherish his memory include his wife Donna, daughter Cheryl Coacolou, sister Geraldine Walsh, sister Patricia McQuitty and her husband, Robert. He was a cherished uncle to many nephews, nieces, great and great-great nephews and nieces, and a wonderful brother-in-law, cousin, and friend to many.

Dennis was the owner of the family-operated business Dennis Muller Air Conditioning Inc. He worked hard for 23 years to build his business. He was widely respected for his knowledge in the industry and even his competitors turned to him for advice on complex problems. He very rarely advertised but when he did, his slogan was Honest, Honest, Honest. He built most of his business through word of mouth on his steadfast honesty and fairness with his customers. He knew when he lay his head down to sleep at night; it would be a good night’s sleep for an honest day’s work. He wasn’t in business to be rich and big. He was in business to help others, to provide a decent life for his family and for those he considered to be family.

Dennis was a member of The Jupiter-Tequesta Moose Lodge and The American Legion. He loved spending time with his family, harvesting and sharing the fruits of his vegetable garden, fishing with his friends, making homemade kielbasa, and putting on the old 45s. Perhaps the old songs brought back memories of good times with “old friends”.

He also loved karaoke at the Moose Lodge where he was known for singing King of The Road, Hello Walls, and numerous other fun songs. Dennis was known for his wonderful sense of humor. Whether it was a joke or a practical joke, he absolutely loved to make people smile and laugh. Laughter was a staple in his life and he kept us laughing up until his last days. We are sure he has all he knows in Heaven already laughing in stitches. He was a fun-loving soul that will be missed by many.