With words, music and pictures, friends and family remembered Army Pfc. Adam Muller on Thursday as the kid who loved to play in the woods and had a mischievous side, the teen who fixed cars and fell in love, the gentle young man with a "thousand-megawatt smile" who sought the kind of brotherhood the Army offered.
About 400 people filled the Richmond Congregational Church to pay tribute to Muller, 21, of Richmond, who was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq on Nov. 5, two months after being deployed there. Three days before his first wedding anniversary, Muller was mourned by a mix of military, police and hometown friends in the church where he was married.
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