By: Marie Wilson
Source: Daily Herald
Mueller, who had been battling the cancer multiple myeloma, died Saturday from complications of West Nile virus. He was 76.
“His license plate says it all. Bill was all about Lombard,” said Yvonne Invergo, executive director of the Lombard Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
He also was “an amazing dad, husband and grandpa,” his daughters, Donna Fruehe and Debbie Rapata said in a statement Saturday. “Our father was truly a servant-leader and everything he did was for others.”
Mueller, who was elected village president in 1993, is being remembered as an optimistic leader whose passion for serving the people of Lombard was evident in his every action.
Read more about his life here.