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Howard Edward Muller was born October 19, 1927, at the Hampton Hospital to Eilard and Gayle (White) Muller.
He lived with his mother in Waterloo, Iowa until he was 4 years old and then came to live on the Muller farm, started by his grandfather, with his father and step-mother, Mary, and sister, Dorothy.
Howard was a very devoted Christian, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather.
He was preceded in death by his father, mother, sister Dorothy Spangenburg and half-brothers, Lester and Leroy Brandt.
Eugene remained chairman of the Board of Directors until his death. He was a member of the Franklin County 4-H committee, Sheffield-Chapin school board, and Waldorf College Board of Regents.Eugene is survived by his wife, Mary; his son Charles and his wife Mary (Heimbuch) Sukup of Dougherty, and his son Steven and his wife Vicki (Larson) Sukup of Clear Lake; and six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren: Nick Sukup, Coral Springs, Florida; Crystal and Matt Koch (Lily, Zander, and Grace), and Emily and Andy Schmitt (Wynn and Celia), all of Clear Lake, Iowa; Elizabeth Sukup, Ames, Iowa; Andrew Sukup, Dougherty, Iowa; and Jonathan Sukup, Dallas, Texas.A visitation will be held on Monday, July 16, from 3 to 8 p.m. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, July 17, at a.m., also at Trinity Lutheran Church.He took over the farm in 1947, raising cattle, hogs, chickens and crops.He considered that he lived at the right time as he farmed with horses then tractors and had the first combine in the area. He always said he lived in “God’s Country” because of the four seasons and beautiful scenery.