From a contemporary press report:
Carl Max Moller Jr., 68, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel who for the past 10 years worked as a tax preparer and consultant in the Fairfax offices of the Virginia Tax Department, died of liver cancer December 4, 2002, at the Hospice of Northern Virginia.
Colonel Moller, a Sterling resident since 1973, was born in Berlin, New Hampshire, and raised in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
He served in the Army for 25 years before retiring from active military duty in 1986. He was an intelligence officer, serving two tours of duty in Vietnam during the war there, and was assigned to posts in Uruguay, Venezuela, Mexico and the Panama Canal Zone.
His marriage to Barbara Moller ended in divorce.
Survivors include a son, Carl R. Moller of New Orleans; a brother; and a sister.
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