Quinn Joseph Mueller was a March 2003 birth. He died in a tragic car accident on June 25, 2022. Quinn graduated from Baraboo High School in 2021. Quinn is survived his mother, Margaret Banker, his stepmother Lori Mueller, and his father, Mark Mueller. He also leaves behind his sister Sydney Mueller. His extended family includes many aunts uncles and cousins.
Quinn was an undergraduate at the University of Kentucky School of Engineering and was also a member of Kentucky’s Army National Guard. Quinn also joined Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity while at the University of Kentucky School of Engineering. Quinn had hoped to become a skilled tradesman and was inspired by his summer spent working with concrete. For More Updates Stay Tuned With Statehooddc.com.
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Quinn’s family will receive visitors on Thursday, June 30th, 2022, from 1:00-4:00 pm. A memorial service will begin at 4:00 pm in the Baraboo High School gym, 1201 Draper St. Baraboo, WI 53913. Quinn discovered his faith while at Army Basic Training.
Quinn was an avid outdoorman who lived a long life. He learned how to shoot from Scott Mueller in the wilds north Wisconsin and Michigan. He enjoyed spending time on his lakes, Gilmore Lake in Minong (WI) and Chaney Lake, Wakefield, MI.
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He loved to fish, swim, and hunt. It didn’t matter what his interests were, he made sure to take every opportunity to be outdoors. Many of the photos he sent to his family and friends were taken after landing a fish in a frozen lake. Quinn could always be seen laughing with his friends and family, sharing these photos.
Quinn was also an athlete who played for Baraboo High School in football, hockey and baseball. He also pitched for the University of Kentucky Baseball Team as well as the Baraboo Home Talent League.
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Quinn was passionate about working with his hands and was trained to be a welder at high school. Quinn spoke proudly about his home-building projects, and treated even the most mundane tasks with the same craftsmanship attitude.
His quick wit, salty language, amazing sense of humor and ability to instill friendship, respect, and love in almost everyone he met were his trademarks. His life was filled with great, true loving relationships. He poured his heart into his family and friends.
Because he felt the kinship and connection of a community in which he felt he belonged, and was in tune with Wisconsin’s natural woods and streams, he wanted to return to Baraboo this year. Quinn was devoted to his dogs and spent hours with them.
Quinn was finally a soldier. He enlisted as an Indirect fire Mortarman in the Kentucky Army National Guard. Quinn had completed his training in December last year and was actively participating in guard while he was still at school. Quinn will be cremated, and his remains will be placed in the places he considered sacred during his life.
His name will be used to establish a scholarship for Baraboo High School students who are interested in pursuing skilled trades. In lieu of gifts or flowers, please send donations to the Community Foundation of South Central Wisconsin PO Box 544 Baraboo, WI 53913. “I am mentally strong, physically fit, and morally straight. I will not forsake my country, my mission and my comrades. I am relentless. I am always there, here and forever.