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Former State Representative Anne O’Quin Mueller, 91, of Savannah, Georgia and widow of Hans Kurt “Whitey” Mueller, died Wednesday morning, September 15, 2021, in Springfield at the home of her daughter and son-in-law with her family by her side.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, she was a daughter of the late Howard Raymond O’Quin and the late Bessie Kate Bell O’Quin. Anne was a longtime member of Windsor Forest Baptist Church. She graduated from the University of Georgia, Class of 1951, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Zoology. Anne served in the Georgia State House of Representatives District 126 from 1982 until 2002. She devoted her life to her community and the state of Georgia. Anne, who was known by her family as “Oma”, will be remembered for spending time with her family, and for being a friend to all.

In addition to her husband and her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Howard Jennings O’Quin.

Survivors include her daughter, Heidi M. Carter and her husband, Leonard; her son, Mark Mueller and his wife, Alice; her step-daughter, Yvonne Key and her husband, Corky; nine grandchildren, and twelve great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends from 9:30 until 11 o’clock Saturday morning, September 18, 2021, at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 11:30 Saturday morning, September 18, 2021, at the graveside, Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery, conducted by Pastor Rick West.

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  1. Kim Reardon says:

    We are so saddened to hear about the loss of Anne. She made such a difference for all of us involved with Special Needs. Please know that she truly made a big difference for all of us and will be greatly missed.
    Condolences to is all!
    Kim and Matthew Reardon

  2. Leland Prewitt says:

    Our thoughts & prayers are with the family.

  3. karl Schumacher, CPA says:

    Such a fine woman. I had the privilege of being an Elks member with her. She was very involved and contributed to it. I also was on her Bingo team. Boy, was she ever loved by so many people. She will be missed!!

  4. Tammy & Gary Hodges says:

    Ms.Anne was a sweet lady and she loved us all , I remember her dinner parties and always sharing her home with the Youth at church and just always speaking the Truth, We are praying for the family and pray for peace for you all. We love you ❤️

  5. Melissa Griner Healy says:

    I loved Mrs. Anne, she was a great lady and always wanted the best for everyone. She was an asset to the community and especially Windsor Forest and the Southside of Savannah. Enjoyed, fun times at the Elks Lodge with her. Rest in peace, Mrs. Anne!!! Love and prayers for the family.

  6. Shirley Lewis says:

    Anne was an energetic, fun loving friend and neighbor. She was a fabulous cook and enjoyed entertaining. She served District 6 well and was passionate about service in Georgia. She will be missed by all who knew her. Love and blessings, dear family.

  7. Joe Vestal says:

    When I use to see Anne.I use to call her “Old Contrary “. That always brought out a great laugh from her. Amy & I had many lunches & dinners with her. Sometimes life gives us those special people & we have to cherish the time we have with them. Thanks for the great memories Anne

  8. Art & Pat Gunter says:

    Anne was more than just a friend, she was family. We will miss her, she was a caring lady that Art and I loved with all our hearts. Prayers to all the family. Go with God, Anne.

  9. Marcia Smith says:

    On behalf of Savannah Area Republican Women, I send our sincere condolences to Anne’s family. She was a force unto herself!! Her faithful support and extensive experience in the state House of Representatives guided us in the right direction on many occasions. She was a friend to many and always wiling to offer helpful advice. We have missed her so much since her move to Springfield and no one could ever fill her shoes. Rest in peace, dear Anne.

  10. Linda Lynes, Retired WFHS Guidance Counselor says:

    Anne was indeed a lady of grace who could light up a room with her laugh and her voice. She loved her family and pitched in when needed to assist in raising her grandchildren. She was a dear friend to Windsor Forest High School, a supporter in so many ways and always there when one of the children was involved. She was a fierce protector and always fought for what is right. I admired and respected Anne and was always in awe of how involved she was in so many things and how much she alone could handle. She will be missed by many!

  11. Nancy Purvis says:

    Rest In Peace our Christian friend.
    Nancy and Gene Purvis

  12. Jo Powell says:

    My friendship with Ann goes back many years ago she came to a hair salon,on the Southside of Savannah, that I worked at. Such a lovely lady that loved her community and state and worked very hard even back then for for everyone. My deepest condolences for her family and friends.

  13. Marianne Heimes says:

    So many memories of Anne – she was indeed a force with which to be reckoned. Always ready with an opinion, I loved her standard “I move we dispense with the minutes” at SARW meetings – she saved us all a lot of time! We were blessed to have her as a friend and politician!

  14. Terry & Judy Jamison says:

    Dear Mark and family,
    A very special lady has joined her heavenly home and is at peace for forever with her Lord. She was a great lady and a friend to every one . She gave her life to serve others.
    Our love and prayers are with you.

  15. Denny and Sandy Smith says:

    I have known Anne for many decades. I worked with Anne and against Anne on many political issues. I have never expected anything from Anne that did not come from a position of honesty and conviction. We have lost a true Public Servant and a true Friend.

    My wife and I have enjoyed our conversations with Anne over the years.
    Our deepest sympathy to the Family and the Community.

  16. Guy Jean Rathbun says:

    Ann was the”Grand Lady” of our life. We loved and admired her so much. She spent her life making the United States great. We will miss her now but look forward to being with her in heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Guy and Jean Rathbun

  17. James Hall says:

    For as long as I’ve been involved in local Republican politics, Anne was a fixture. While she often sharp words, they were often mixed with words of encouragement. I didn’t know her when she was a state representative, but it is clear to me that our community is better off because of her service. May she Rest In Peace.

    James Hall

  18. Bonnie J. Delvers says:

    Anne will be remembered for her encouragement, quick wit, strong leadership, and honesty. She was a tireless community voice of reason and will be sorely missed. We need more representatives like her for our country now.

    Well done good and faithful servant!!!

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