Paul Horosko
  • 45 years old
  • Date of birth: Nov 20, 1966
  • Place of birth:
    Michigan, United States
  • Date of passing: May 3, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    Michigan, United States
Let the memory of Paul be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Paul Horosko, 45, born on November 20, 1966 and passed away on May 3, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Rhoda Horosko on 4th May 2016

"I miss Paul very much !"

This tribute was added by Linda Pavka on 7th May 2012

"i have many memories of paul, sweet, kind, loving  and preaching on mom's front porch. he wasn't shy he told you exactly what he was thinking. sad to see him go but  i know he is happy in heaven  love aunt linda"

This tribute was added by Victoria Passmore-Mullins on 7th May 2012

"My family will surely miss Paul,we grew up playing with them most of all the summer, if it wasn't at their house then it was at their Grandma Morgan's house in the pool. Our families were close, I have nothing but great memories of Paul. Such a loving, caring person, wouldn't say a bad word about anyone no matter how they treated him. He's going to be missed by alot of people."

This tribute was added by Sherri Morgan on 6th May 2012

"We will miss Paul so much. I remember him preaching from the bible. He was so good at it. I admire him so much for that. Remember him baking cakes and cookies like it was yesturday. He will be saddly missed. I know he is up there preaching with God now. I know Aunt Jackie will be there with him and many others . We love ya Paul."

This tribute was added by Jennifer Abulawi on 5th May 2012

"Love and miss you Uncle Paul! I love your memory of all the important dates : ) I love to hear your preaching! I will always see you standing at the edge of Finley Rd preaching to any that would hear....never ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ."

This tribute was added by Angela Williams on 4th May 2012

"All of us will miss Paul as a very special part of our family. The things we may take for granted he found joy in. His fearlessness in sharing his beliefs with anyone around was a gift. He was pure in heart and full of love and now he is somewhere he will never feel pain ever again. I am so grateful I was able to see him again,
when he came through Oklahoma with Aunt Rhoda and Uncle Russ."

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