Sharill Lee Mueller, 70, died Sunday, February 19, 2023 at Mayo Clinic Hospital – St Marys Campus.
Sharill was born on May 27, 1952 to Herbert and Edna (Buker) Mueller in Owatonna, MN. She attended Owatonna High School and graduated from Waseca Ag School in Business Banking. Sharill spent many years in banking and then later as bookkeeper for Rochester Area Builders. She was a member of Holy Cross Rochester, 125 Live, and Operation Bedroll MN.
Sharill loved crafting, crocheting, reading, gardening, volunteering for Salvation Army and 125 Live, and making sleeping mats for Operation Bedroll MN.
Sharill is survived by her sister, Dorean (Leland) Loppnow of Dodge Center, MN; her nieces and nephews, Monica Loppnow of Rochester, MN; Melissa (Scott) Millner of Hastings, MN; Megan Loppnow (Eric McPhee) of Duluth, MN; Matthew (Melissa) Dohlman of Adel, IA; Wesley (Samantha) Dohlman of Chester, IA; and several great nieces and nephews.
Sharill is preceded in death by her parents, Herbert and Edna Mueller; brother, Allen Mueller; and sister, Marcia (Ron) Dohlman.
Memorials may be given to Salvation Army.
Memories and condolences of Sharill may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
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Doreen and Family: I am so sorry for our loss. I feel very sad and shocked. Sharill, Julie and I went to a lot of stage shows in the Cities when I lived there. I did get a chance to see her when I was back in Minnesota last summer. She was suffering then with lots of pain. Now she is at rest and will be looking over us. Love to you all in this difficult time.
I’m so sorry for the loss of Sharill. I had the privilege of working with her for many years at RAB before she retired. It was my good luck to have such a gracious and wise coworker. Sharill had at lot of responsibilities and demands on her time, but she was always patient, kind, helpful, and fun! We were all lucky to have known her.
Sharill was so great to work with at the Rochester Area Builders when I worked for the Post Bulletin. One of the most organized ladies that I knew, kept me in line for sure. I am sure she will be missed by many. Rest in peace Sharill.
My deepest sympathy to Sharill’s family. Words cannot ease your your hurt and sorrow, but please remember that we all cared and loved her and will greatly miss her. Over the years we spent time going for lunch, plays and lots more. Plus she was always willing to come to all our garage sales and lend a helping hand, I will miss my good friend. RIP.
My condolences to Sharill’s family. I knew Sharill through her banking career and shared friendships with Julie, Sue, and Linda. I have very fond memories of her and knew her to be a very kind and caring person. It was very evident that Sharill loved her family and valued the friendships that she possessed. I will miss her at future gatherings, and she will remain in my heart forever. Rest in peace Sharill.