Melanie Ann Buller
January 23, 1959 - May 16, 2015
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First United Methodist Church of Monroe
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First United Methodist Church of Monroe
Monroe, LA 71201
Wednesday 5/20, 2:00 pm

Melanie Ann Buller, born January 23, 1959 in Houston, Texas passed away on Saturday, May 16th from an extended illness after returning to her childhood home, Monroe. Mel was a unique and caring individual who touched the lives of all who knew her.In all aspects of her life, she had a dedication to her love…

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Kris Bagbey left a message on May 22, 2015:
Been a friend since 1988, will miss her so much and her advise she gave me.. Love you
Ryan Benjamin left a message on May 21, 2015:
Not only did I have the pleasure of doing business with Melanie for the last three years, but I was able to call her a friend. She will be deeply missed.
Neil Dupree left a message on May 20, 2015:
I am sorry to hear about the passing of Melanie. I offer my condolences to the family during your time of bereavement. The Bible is very comforting during times like this because God knows our pain. He has made promises regarding our loved ones at Isaiah 26:19 and Revelation 21:3,4. Soon, all things causing pain including death will be done away with on earth. May you find the strength to endure in the days ahead.
Mary Dorris left a message on May 20, 2015:
Rest in peace sweet Melanie.
Maryse left a message on May 20, 2015:
My condolences. You will be missed.
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Lynn Geitz left a message on May 19, 2015:
I met Melanie so many years ago when I worked for John Q. Hammons Hotels. She was our "to go to" gal whenever we had Holiday Inn questions. She would travel with me as we visited my hotels. We always had so much fun and our travels were very lively. Our paths crossed many times as we moved on to other companies and had "work questions". She was always one of those people who would help out whenever she could. Melanie you are a dear friend and I will miss you terribly.
Lori Roark left a message on May 19, 2015:
I met Melanie early in my career with Davidson 16 years ago. She was a beautiful person inside and out as a mentor and friend. We shared many wonderful talks over the years about our pets, families, and careers. We laughed and cried together many times. Melanie was the friend you knew was a phone call away even though we lived miles apart. We always stayed in touch over the years while she was jet setting around the country working, teaching and influencing everyone she met. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends, and colleagues. May God bring peace to all. Heaven gained another angel so fly high my dear friend Melanie I miss you!!!
Thom Geshay left a message on May 19, 2015:
Melanie was one of a kind. She gave 100% to everything she did and always put others first. The world is a better place because of Melanie. May God's blessings be with her.
Sherry left a message on May 18, 2015:
I couldn't even begin to share all the stories I have that involve Melanie. I will share with you the person who was my friend and southern sister. After my sister decided to move back to our family home area in Florida, Mel invited me to move into house in Roswell, GA since it was such a big house. I lived there for 4 years with my dog Bailey. We became the best of friends and did every thing together..cried..laughed..comissertated..talked about our experiences in the hotel business (we both worked for IHG at the time). I went away for the Christmas holidays to visit family and when I got back, I walked into my room to find a new bed and TV. Both had big red bows on them. I asked "hey what in the world did you do?" She said that it was really a selfish move on her part. It seems when I would leave for work some days, she would go to my room to get my Bailey Jane puppy dog, but she didn't want to leave my rom so Melanie would pick her up and they would lay down to watch tv and then take a nap. She said my bed was too uncomfortable and the TV was too small to watch. Hence a new bed and large TV. That was Mel! I have lost the tv to age, my Bailey Jane to liver cancer, and now my great friend Melanie Buller. It hurts. Rest in peace deserve It more then anyone, and I know you are taking care of our girls Priness Ann Dog and Miss Bailey Jane Warren.
David Beaulieu left a message on May 18, 2015:
I have known Melanie since 2002 when we both started working at Davidson Hotels & Resorts. She was kind-hearted and would do anything for anyone. I would always say that she would give the shirt (blouse) off her back to help someone. A lover of dogs and cats, she had many that she called her "babies". She was quick to form friendships and she built lasting bonds with people. I will remember her for those qualities.
Melissa Furrevig Jones left a message on May 18, 2015:
I will cherish our friendship always. I miss you Melanie
Jim Wasser left a message on May 18, 2015:
I met Melanie at the beginning of my career with Davidson 16 years ago. No matter where life took each of us, we always stayed in touch and remained good friends over the years. I will deeply miss my friend!
Bob and Marrita left a message on May 18, 2015:
We have all lost a wonderful friend. I know God has welcomed her home.
Beth Sigler McCall left a message on May 18, 2015:
Melanie and I were classmates from Sallie Humble Elementary School thru college at Northeast La. University. Many years after I moved from Monroe, Melanie met me for dinner in Pittsburgh and we had a wonderful evening catching up with our lives and our classmates from Monroe. She will be missed by many.
Cindy Woodham left a message on May 18, 2015:
Melanie was great friend ,she worked with my husband Steve Woodham at the Holidome in Monroe, Louisiana years ago. She was very supportive and stayed on touch with both of us. She was a wonderful lady. We loved her ,she was a great friend.
Cindy Woodham left a message on May 18, 2015:
Melanie was a long time friend of my husband Steve Woodham. They worked together years ago at the Holidome on Monroe,Louisiana. She has stayed in touch all the years. She was very supportive of both of us. We loved you .
Connie left a message on May 17, 2015:
Melanie was an instant friend from the moment we met at the Holiday Inn Conference center in Olive Branch, Mississippi. She became a sister that I never had. She will live in my heart forever...and will be missed more than words can say.
Melissa McLaughlin left a message on May 17, 2015:
Melanie and I went through a lot together and I am so blessed to have called her friend and sister. So thankful that I got to spend a week with her a couple of weeks ago in New Orleans. ...I miss her but am so happy there is no more pain....I still want to pick up the phone to call her....
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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