- 91 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 4, 1922
- Date of passing: Aug 2, 2013
|Let the memory of Paul be with us forever|
Paul Francis Steuter was born March 4, 1922 in West Point to Henry and Catherine (Lummel) Steuter. He graduated from Guardian Angels High School in 1939 and attended seminary at Conception, MO. On May 20, 1948, Paul married Bertha Kreikemeier at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Monterey.
Following employment at a defense plant in Chicago, Paul returned to work the family’s diversified farming operation. He and Bertha moved to West Point in 1984. Paul was an active member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church where he served on the parish council and fourth degree Knights of Columbus, serving as treasurer and grand knight. With his love of singing, Paul was one of the original cantors at St. Mary’s and sang in the funeral choir. Paul was a member of Toast Masters and Cuming County Choraliers, served on the Board of Directors for the Farmers Coop, and was a Vietnamese family sponsor. Paul, who greatly enjoyed nature and marveled at God’s creation, will be remembered as a fun-loving man.
"Happy Birthday Dad, missing you"
"Happy 95th birthday Dad.
I still see you in the sunsets and the clouds and count my blessings that you were my dad! Wonder what you'd be saying about President Trump right now"
"Merry Christmas Dad,
Still think of you often and see you in daily happenings, hear your words, remember that great smile. Thanks for the Christmas memories like the fireplace you built to set our nativity scene. Remeber the year you gave mom all those bananas and you got a boot scraper! Such great memories. For unto us a Child is born, Christ the King, Emmanuel...."
"Happy Birthday Dad. Missing you, but I know you are watching over us.
Lots of love kathy"
"Happy Birthday, Grandpa (Dad). Miss you every day... especially your big hugs!! Watch over us.
"I thought a lot about you Dad over this past weekend. One year since you left us and it is amazing how life carries on. The world does not seem the same without your contributions though.. Your laugh, your political thoughts, your strong religious influence..your love for Mom and all of us. We miss you but also feel your strength every day! Love you. Stan"
"Happy Birthday Dad, miss your laugh and your hugs! I still hear you singing How Great Thou Art, and your ant story, gives me warm fuzzy feelings."
"Happy Birthday Grandpa! We all miss you so very much. Watch over us and keep Mom safe.
Love you always,
"Dad,I just finished praying with EWTN,"the Chaplet of Divine Mercy",rosary,and for some reason,I missed you more then ever.Memories came back ,when the two of us together shared those rosary.I try real hard,to remind myself,that "The Lord and me Together",we`ll make it through ,till we meet again. Like always,my Love,Bertha"
"Here is the link to one of Dad's favorite songs. 'All I ask of you is to remember me as loving you"
"I miss you so much Dad... Hearing your voice on that video it's like you're still here! Your infectious laugh brings a smile to my face and at the same time tears to my eyes! What I wouldn't do for one of your hugs... They were the best! Think of you so often... The sunrise/sunsets, thunderstorms (I remember how much you loved listening to the rain!) all remind me of you:) Love you Dad!"
"I didn`t realiize,someone could miss sommeone,as much as I miss you..It all happend too fast. Love you,till the end of time..Bertha"
"You were an awesome ping pong player....kind of non conventional type! Even into your 80s! Thanks for the great games even thought I usually lost!"
"I miss you Dad! You had the best hugs EVER! Bet you are having some great conversations with God these days. I know you are watching over all of us here still on earth. You would enjoy all the birds we have at the feeder these cool mornings.
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