Linda and John (Jack) Muller celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 14.
Jack was born and raised in Philadelpha, Pa. Linda was from Denver, where they met. Linda was an RN at Presbyterian Hospital and Jack was a student chaplain.
Jack was ordained as an Episcopal priest in 1969 in Casper, Wyo. He served churches there and in Cortez, Houston and Delta. He was the priest at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Delta from 1977 to 2008. Since retirement he has assisted a church in Grand Junction and at All Saints Anglican Church in Montrose.
Linda was an RN in Denver, Cortez, Houston and Delta. She worked at Delta County Memorial Hospital from 1980 to 2010, retiring as a critical care nurse.
The Mullers have four children -- John, who lives in Fayetteville, Ark., with his wife Treese; Sarah, who lives in Grand Junction with her spouse, Scott; Andrew who lives in Centennial with his wife Clara; and Joshua, who lives in Pueblo with his wife Renee. The four children have given the Mullers 18 grandchildren.
A family celebration was held in Cancun, Mexico, in June with the entire family present. They were honored at a reception at All Saints' Church, Montrose, and will spend the latter part of October on a river cruise in Europe.
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