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Bounds Funeral Home

705 E Main ST, Salisbury, MD

OBITUARY

Joseph "Joey" Muir Jr.

November 4, 1958January 11, 2020

Joseph “Joey” Allen Muir, Jr., 61, of Tyaskin passed away Saturday, January 11, 2020 at his home. Born November 4, 1958 in Annapolis he was the son of the late Joseph Allen Muir, Sr. and Nancy Muir. Joey served in the United States Army from 1986-1990 and then lived in Germany for the next 10 years where he met and married his wife of 30 years Petra. Upon returning to Gambrills he started working in communications until he retired in 2015. Along with his wife they moved to Tyaskin where he enjoyed pitching in wherever he was needed at the Red Roost and Boonies cooking, fishing, hunting, and generally making people laugh. He was also a member of the West Side Volunteer Fire Department. He is survived by his wife, Petra Muir; three children, Kevin Muir (Ashley Holmes), Jessica Muir (Bryan Trujillo), and Ben Muir; two grandchildren, Lucas and Kaleb Trujillo; sisters, Pam Donahue (Pat); Nancy White; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. The family invites you to join them from 1pm-3pm on Sunday, January 19, at the West Side Volunteer Fire Department, 21045 Nanticoke Rd, Bivalve, MD 21814 to Celebrate Joey’s Life. This will be a casual gathering to share your best stories and Joeyisms. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the West Side Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 85, Bivalve, MD 21814.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Sunday, January 19, 2020

Memories

Joseph "Joey" Muir Jr.

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Diane (Muir) Boward

January 18, 2020

Joey: Since I only got to see you at our cousins reunions once a year I still remember the many laughs we all had with your stories. You will be missed. You looked an acted like Daddy (Joe) the way I remember him. Please say hello to all of our uncles and aunts that have passed on. Joey I will always remember you and Daddy and know that I will always think of you and Daddy. Peace be with you Joey

WAYNE LAPPE

January 14, 2020

MANY A GOOD TIME SPENT WITH JOE. FISHING, HUNTING OR JUST RUNNING HARD. REST IN PEACE DEAR FRIEND.

M A

January 14, 2020

I worked with Joe at PAETEC for several years. He was a stand up guy, fantastic colleague / teammate, and such a down to earth man. I've thought about Joe a lot over the years since I moved on to other professional opportunities.

On one of his trips up to Voorhees NJ he brought up several homemade crabcakes to give out to some of us. They were delicious.

Much comfort and support to all the Muir Family

Terri Miller

January 13, 2020

I worked with Joe at PaeTec for almost 15 years.
He was such a great guy. He was funny, kid, dedicated and a joy
to work with.

My condolences to Joe's family and friends.

Sincerely,
Terri Miller

Gail Disharmony-Gray

January 12, 2020

I have so many memories of “Adventures with Joey” as growing up with him left never a dull moment! We can all agree he always had our backs and would give you the Proverbial shirt off his back if you needed him. Bottom line Joe Muir was a good man with a good heart and he will be sorely missed in this community.
My deepest condolences to all of his family.

Greg Muir

January 12, 2020

Cousin Joey, where to start. Visiting your family in Glenn Burnie and Bivalve. Fishing on your dad’s boat. You coming over to our house. The family reunions at Bonnie’s. Laughing, talking trash in Wayne’s garage. Gonna miss you Brother. Say hi to Uncle Joe, my dad, and everyone else up there. Peace be with you

Dawn White

January 12, 2020

Rest in Peace Uncle Joey your laugh was contagious and will be sadly missed in our family!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY