Connie Muller, 69 of Grenora, most recently of Williston, passed away early Friday morning, October 6, 2017 at the Bethel Lutheran Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Williston.
Connie Marie Arcand was born in Williston, North Dakota on March 24, 1948 to Francis and Olive (Melland) Arcand. She was raised and educated in the Wheelock/Epping area and graduated from Epping High School in 1966.
On January 14, 1967 Connie was united in marriage to Jerome Muller in Ray, North Dakota. The couple established their home on Jerome’s family farm south of Grenora, where they raised their five daughters.
Connie worked at Ben Franklin for a time, but she most enjoyed being a devoted farm wife and mother, not only to her own children and grandchildren, but also to the ones she babysat. She loved all kinds of crafting and would often share her ceramics, sewing, cake decorating, wood crafts and gardening with others. Connie enjoyed playing solitaire, scrabble with friends and computer games, but she especially enjoyed shopping and slot machines! She was a member of the St. Boniface Altar Society.
Surviving Connie are her husband of fifty years, Jerome Muller of Williston; daughters, Robbi Jo and her husband Brad Morgan of Minot, ND, Janitda Muller and her husband, Jim Mueller of Bismarck, ND, Catherine and her husband, Lonnie Rickett of Williston, Nicole and her husband, Jeremy Wright of Zahl, ND, and Amber and her husband Adrian Mantei of Billings, MT; twelve grandchildren, Brady and Bridgette Morgan, Stephanie Doll and Michael Mueller, Andrew, Amanda, Ashley and Alan Rickett, Graham and Molly Wright and Payton and Jordan Mantei; three step great-grandchildren, Nathaniel, Nicholas and Eliza Doll; sisters, Renitda (Allen) Jeannotte, Sheila (Deveron) Zubke, Janice Vinger and Diane (Dennis) Bellett.
Preceding Connie in death were her parents Francis and Olive Arcand; sister, Marlene Judkins; brother, Curtis Arcand; granddaughters, Marissa and Lacey Morgan and grandson, Aaron Rickett; mother-in-law, Alma Muller and father-in-law, Alphonse Muller.