Rosemary Mueller Krezdorn
Posted on 2/1/2018 8:15:00 AM.
Rosemary Mueller Krezdorn, formerly of McQueeney, died peacefully with family at her side in her home in Miami Florida at the age of 95 on Monday afternoon January 29, 2018. 

Rosemary was born on April 9, 1922 to Charles E. and Claire (Zinsmeyer) Mueller in San Antonio, Texas.  She lived her early life surrounded by a large loving family.  Rosemary loved to remember her high school days as a Lasso and the family's transition to Lake McQueeney and Lake Breeze Ski Lodge.  During World War II she worked in the family business and later met her future husband Alfred Krezdorn.  She and Alfred married in May 1946 and eventually moved to Florida as Alfred pursued a career in horticulture and taught fruit crops at the University of Florida.  She was his help-mate as she "typed" his many research papers, worked along side of him in citrus groves and welcomed Al's fellow professors and many students into their home for food and fellowship.  In addition she served as president of the Ag University Women's club. Rosemary loved being a homemaker, wife, and mother of three.  When Al died in 1989 she moved to Marco Island Florida and enjoyed making new friends, hosting many family events and helping her neighbors.  She rejoiced in being "ganga" to her grandchildren who remember her teaching them to play cards, swim, and serving them breakfast in her bed.  She faithfully kept her Florida Gator Football season tickets and made sure all of her family cheered for the Gators.  She left Marco to return home to McQueeney many years later and cared for her beloved son Don who died of cancer.  At the age of 90 she moved to Miami to be near her daughter Vicki.  She joyfully became a "great ganga" to her great grandchildren and loved to tell all of her new friends about how wonderful Texas is and shared many stories of her growing up on the lake.  Rosemary was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred H. Krezdorn, her son, Don Krezdorn, her parents, her brother, Joe Mueller.  Survivors include her children, Vicki Krezdorn Williams (husband Doug) and Carl Krezdorn (wife Teri), her grandchildren, Erica Krezdorn McCall (husband John), Carolyn Williams Levi (husband Daniel), Andrew Williams (wife Alli), Christian Krezdorn, and Anna Krezdorn, her great-grandchildren, Bennett Levi, Owen Levi, Jack McCall, and Lucas McCall as well as her brother Buzz Mueller, her sister-in-law Beverly, her sister-in-law, Margaret Mueller, nephews and niece Chaz Mueller, Todd Mueller, Kipp Mueller, Paul Mueller, and Donna Hall as well as many other loving family members. Visitation will begin at Tres Hewell Mortuary Chapel, 165 Tor Dr., Seguin Texas at 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 10, 2018 followed by funeral/worship services at 2 p.m. with Rev. Carl Krezdorn officiating and Rev. Daniel Levi assisting.  Interment will follow in Riverside Cemetery.  There will then be a reception at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge in McQueeney.  Join us as we celebrate Rosemary's life and thank God for his faithfulness.  "Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever" Psalm 118:1.  Memorial Contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.  You are invited to sign the guest book at

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