Agnes Muller (Agnes Pramuk)
Agnes Muller, 85, a longtime resident of Carmel, NY died on
Thursday morning, July 12, 2018 peacefully at her daughter’s house
in Poughquag, NY. She was surrounded by her loving family in her last weeks and especially her daughter Marie and granddaughter Brielle who gave special attention and care to her grandma in her last days.
Born on November 5, 1932 in Oliver #3, PA to Frank Pramuk and Mary Butcher Pramuk. She was the third child of what grew to be a large family in a small house that in the beginning they shared with another family. She Married Jerry H. Muller on November 26, 1955 at St. John’s Church in Brooklyn, NY and they had three children, Marie, Richard, and Thomas. Agnes was predeceased by Jerry on June 14, 2002 and Richard on March 1968.
Agnes is survived by her two children; Marie Muller Gerrity and her husband Douglas of Poughquag, NY, and her son, Thomas Muller and his wife Felicia of Holmes, NY. Her grandchildren Kerry Phelan and her husband Keith of Pleasant Valley, NY; Brian Gerrity and his wife Samantha of Chicago, IL; Brielle Gerrity of Poughquag, NY; Madison Muller of Holmes, NY; and Bryce Muller of Holmes, NY. Her great
grandchildren Rylie, Connor and Jameson Phelan of Pleasant Valley, NY.
Agnes is also survived by her sisters; Barbara Harrison of Florida, Elizabeth Zucker of New York, Marcy Wilk and her Husband Frank of Illinois, Jean Brnich of Ohio, and brothers William Pramuk and wife Joyce of Pennsylvania, Thomas Pramuk and wife Linda of Illinois, Steve Pramuk and his wife Denise of Florida, George Pramuk and his wife Lynda of Texas, and Daniel Pramuk and his wife Renee of Pennsylvania, and many nieces and nephews.
Agnes was predeceased by a brother Francis Pramuk and a sister Bernadette Mercuri.
Agnes was a devout Catholic and attended St. James Apostle Church in Carmel, NY. She also spent many days at the Putnam County Senior Center or at the recreation room at Hughson Commons playing cards or working on her backgammon skills. She was known for taking long walks before she began her battle with lung cancer.
The family would like to especially thank the wonderful people of Hospice. We could not have offered Agnes the home care without you. We would also extend our gratitude to Beverly and Carmella for all the loving care they shared with Agnes