- 63 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 5, 1949
- Place of birth:
Escanaba, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 14, 2012
- Place of passing:
Sarasota, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Paul be with us forever|
"Well grandpa, looking at pictures of you brings me back to all the memories we had.You were one of a kind. Every time I pass rockys bar for some reason I always look for that red jeep, hoping you'll be there. I can't wait for the day I get to see you again and hug you. I miss you more than you will ever know. Thank you for everything you did for me, you will forever be in my heart.iloveyou"
we will spend eternity together ! I think about you all the time and I thank God for the time we had together . I talk about everything we did together to my friends and family . We have never said goodbye so I wont ! Until we meet again,I love and miss you so much. Love Liz!""
words can't describe what you meant to me . I got to spend a couple years with you at dogtrack , shared a bunch of turkey and chicken and of course your famous bread! Our time on earth together was a little short but that doesn't matter I know one day when God calls on me"
My favorite brother in law. Thanksgiving and Christmas you were the Turkey Chef. I will always remember waiting till you, Cheryl and the girls arrival for the party to start. My kids could not wait till you all arrived. Their favorite cousins and uncle that always made them feels special. Memories that I will cherish forever ."
"Paul, one of the great real estate appraisers, with an opinion that was hard to sway, but well respected. The good conversations and times were many, I can still hear the rise in your voice when you said your appraised value was the correct one. The memories will live on; Your friend that did not always make the right investment; Bob Gale"
"Pg-2- often as I should've. I think and talk about you everyday. I will always love you. I want to get this clip thing for my car and it reads 'never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.' and I want to get your name in graved in the back. I miss you so much. I love you grandpa Pete, and it's never a goodbye, it's always a see ya' later.((': see you then grandpa!"
"Grandpa Pete, I met you about three years ago, and instantly you became like my bestfriend. You always helped me, whenever I needed something or advice, I knew you would help me. You weren't my real grandpa but I treated you like you were and you treated me like i was your granddaughter/princess. You made the best bread, haaha, I will never forget that. I'm sorry I didn't called you as"
"I'm so glad we got to spend several years with you. You were the kind of father-in-law every girl wants - respecful, kind, and supportive. Most of all you loved my husband and our children unconditionally, and that is a great gift. I know your life was tough at times and that you missed your daughters. We are grateful for the time we had and will think of you every day."
There are always things that could have been said or done before our time is through. I hope the last few years we were able to spend together made you as happy as Kelly,Lauren,Wyatt,Audrey,Elizabeth and I have been having Grandpa around. You have made people mad and helped others when they needed a hand. Until my Time. Goodbye"
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