Brianna (Tink) L. Muller, 49, passed away surrounded by her family on November 12, 2022. She was born August 26, 1973, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of Richard W. and Karen L. (Kieser) Van Rossem.
Brianna graduated high school in 1991 at J.P. Taravella High in Coral Springs, FL. Following her graduation she moved to Superior, WI and started working for US Bank. In November 1997 Brianna joined the 148th Fighter Wing Minnesota Air National Guard, where she spent 8 years working in the Operations Group. She transferred to the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center in Tucson, Arizona in November 2005 where she worked as an Aviation Resource Manager. During this time she earned the call sign “Tink” and it stuck with her all throughout her career and servant leadership. “Tink” retired from the Test Center on July 28, 2019 at the grade of Master Sergeant. After her retirement she stayed busy raising her son Jackson and continued serving the military by working for Modern Technology Solutions, Inc.
Throughout life Brianna loved to volunteer. Brianna volunteered at Camp Rosenbaum in Oregon where she served as a camp counselor for 17 years impacting the lives of less fortunate youths. She had a love for traveling and she shared this passion with her son Jackson as they explored Europe, Disney properties and so many adventures camping around the U.S.
Brianna was loved by so many and will leave a void in so many lives. She will be missed by her son, Jackson Muller and her brothers: Matthew (Theresa) Van Rossem and their child Hunter, Mark (Rachel) Van Rossem and children Bryant, Ryker and Beckett. She is preceded in death by her parents Richard and Karen Van Rossem.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Camp Rosenbaum in memory of Brianna Muller. To donate: https://www.camprosenbaum.org/donate/ or send check to: Camp Rosenbaum, 14912 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97230
Celebration of Life
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Wild Horse Ranch
6801 N. Camino Verde
Tucson, Arizona, United States
A Celebration and dinner where we can share stories of her impact on all of our lives.