- 72 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 16, 1943
- Place of birth:
Los Angeles, California, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 4, 2016
- Place of passing:
Lake Forest, California, United States
|Let the happy memories of Paul be with us forever and ever. We love and miss him so much.|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Paul Penn, 72, born on February 16, 1943 and quietly passed away at home on January 4, 2016. He will be remembered forever. All who shared part of his life are welcome to add happy memories and photos forever.
"I had worked briefly with Paul in Gardena and always enjoyed his childhood stories.Rest in Peace."
"Thinking of you!! Your a good man Paul Penn!!"
"Happy Birthday Sweetheart
Today is a beautiful warm sunny day made just for you. This is your first birthday in heaven with God and the angels and your mom and my dad, Uncle Ray, Connoy and Bob. I imagine you are golfing or surfing with the guys. I am happy that you are no longer suffering. But very sad because I miss you and can't celebrate with you.
If I could have just one wish come true today, I would wish you back here so we could spend the day together. Your perfect day - big breakfast at Coco's and drive down to Carlsbad or Dana Point or even a boatride to Catalina.
I'm sending you roses. Jolie brought roses from you Sunday on Valentines Day because thats what you always did every Valentines Day and every birthday for all us girls. How many guys do that? You made every special day even more special. I wish I could do that for you and we could enjoy them together. I love you and miss you every hour of every day. Happy Birthday Sweetheart"
"For Paul's very special day, his birthday, we wish him GOD's grace and peace for eternity.
We thank Judy for her friendship and her patience. Our love and condolences to her for her loss.
Paul and I became, and were, best friends from our first weeks in high school. We played sports together for the four years. He could run circles around me in basketball, and usually did, but I could bully him in football, and usually did.
While we didn't join the US Army together, coincidentally, we ran into each other in Mainz, Germany, while he was in line at the Post Exchange. We shared a few leaves/trips together with our wives, while there, with other friends we met up with. He was one of the first to meet my wife of 50 years, Ursula, a German citizen at the time.
While Paul, as with all of us, had his little quirks, we enjoyed many years together, especially on the golf course; and at Bob Olson's house with friends like Jim Reale, John Connoy, Harold Stonbraker, Gary Hunter, Tom Norway, Pat Burris, Jim Crawford, and many others. Some he'll meet in heaven and others who will soon be there with him.
Keep watch over us Paul from your perch on high. Ursula and Lee"
"I remember when Jessice, Jake, and Jayce were little and Grandpa Paul would take them golfing twice a week. They learned to golf well because of him. He was so patient with them. Do you remember when Paul paid a pilot to take him and Jayce up and then he persuaded the pilot to let Jayce steer the plane. He did some crazy things!!! Do you also remember every time he went shopping he would bring a toy back for Jolie. We all had to tell him to stop spoiling her. I remember when Jolie started school and she would cry all day, he would drive to her school and sit in the parking lot just so she knew he was close by in case she needed him. He was a kind and loving grandpa to Jessica, Jake, Jayce, and Jolie. He will be missed."
"Judi, I'm so sorry for your loss. May all your great memories comfort you in the days ahead."
"If roses grow in heaven, Lord please pick a bunch for me. Place them in Paul's arms and tell him they’re from me. Tell him I love him and I miss him and I'm happy that he's at peace. Place a kiss upon his cheek and hug him tenderly.
Remembering him is easy, I do it every day, but we didnt get to say goodbye and there’s an ache in my heart that will never go away."
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