Gallery: Family and friends were able to pay respect to the remains of Amie Dahl Muller, 36, and a video of photos of her before her funeral services Friday at Crossroads Church in Woodbury.
Gallery: Family and friends were able to pay respect to Amie Dahl Muller, who believed deployments to Iraq and proximity to burn pits in Balad Air Base caused the pancreatic cancer that killed her last Sunday.
Gallery: Family and friends stood to sing "God Bless America," as they bid farewell to Amie Dahl Muller on Friday.
Gallery: Carol Dahl was comforted by her grandson Jace, her husband Jon, left, and Caidyn Krause, her granddaughter, during the funeral services of her daughter, Amie Dahl Muller.
Gallery: Brian Mulller received hugs from loved ones before the funeral services for his wife, Amie Dahl Muller on Friday.
Gallery: Brian Muller received comfort from his daughter EmmyLu as he bid farewell to his wife, Amie Dahl Muller during the funeral Friday at Crossroads Church in Woodbury.
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