Friedrich L. Mücke (Sign Guestbook)

Friedrich Lowlon Mücke of South Knoxville, passed away on August 27, 2017 in his 90th year in his home. He was born on July 18, 1928 and was a native of Neúbert Springs, Tennessee. Friedrich was a WWII Veteran-Army Special Services and a member of the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. He retired from Röhm and Haas Co. with 30 years of service. He was a 50 year Mason, first with Rockford Lodge 469, charter member of South Knoxville Lodge 769, then merging to Burlington Lodge 763. He also was a member of East Tennessee Historical Society, as well as the First Families of Tennessee through his great-grandfather, Georg Michael Huffacker.

Friedrich was preceded in death by his wife, Clara Helen (Neúbert) Mücke; brother, Robert L. Mücke; and sister, Laura L. Roths. He is survived by daughter, Regina Suzanna Brock and husband Jessy; son, Frederick August “Fritz” Mücke and wife Denise, of Fayetteville, TN; grandchildren, Carl Frederick Mücke, Katharine Amelia Mücke, and Scott Allen Windsor; sister, Mary Súe Meador, of Arlington, VA; sister-in-law, Shirley Maxine Mücke of Detroit, MI; several nieces and nephews and friends, including his special neighbors and friends the Eubanks family, especially Peyton Luke and Parker Dean. The family wishes to acknowledge University of Tennessee Hospice, especially Christina and Anne, as well as Bright Star Personal Care, specifically Henrietta and Emily for their compassionate and excellent care.

Friedrich will be laid to rest in a Private Family Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery as he requested. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Mücke family and invites you to view and sign their online guestbook below.

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8 guestbook entries for “Friedrich L. Mücke”:

  1. Mike Counts says:

    So sorry for your loss. Thinking and praying for the family.

  2. David and Maria Ray says:

    To Regina. It was as an honor to know your father. His kindness was so heartfelt. A true “gentle-man”.I am sorry for your loss. “May his memory be eternal” and his sweet smile internal. Maria and Dr David Ray

  3. Pr. Jack Wilder says:

    It was a privilege to have known Lowlon and to be his pastor the past two years. He was a unique and admirable man, and he will be missed. Almighty God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, grant him safe lodging, and holy rest, and peace.

  4. Ronald Weisgerber says:

    It was a honor to know Lowlon .Worked with him for 30 yrs. We had some good times. He helped me with my genealogy and found out we were distant cousins. My neighbor, Ralph Whitt, and I got to visit with him a few months back and we had a wonderful time.

    Praying for you,

  5. Anna Kidd Haun says:

    So sorry for your loss prayers for the family

  6. Bob & Jo Sayne says:

    Your family is in our prayers

  7. mary frierson says:

    Our family historian and record keeper. An inspiration for a budding historian. Thank you for your service.
    Mary Evelyn

  8. Jim Alster says:

    Fritz and Gennie – I am so sad to hear of uncle Lowlon’s passing – he was such a bright light in my life. Visiting you all and Aunt Clara are some of the very best memories I have of my childhood. I will never forget your father’s humor, his wit and his passion to teach. I wish I had taken the time to visit over the years and gotten to know him as an adult. I miss you both. You will be in my prayers.

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