ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Paul Baier 65 years old , born on May 22, 1944 and passed away on February 2, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Berneda Mullins on January 29, 2015
Paul you will never know how much you meant to so many people....
Posted by Jacqueline Plumley on January 27, 2015
I loved Paul so much. He was a wonderful man and always treated me like his family. I will always miss him. He loved his kids/grandkids so much and will always hold a special place in my heart.Forever in my <3! R.I.P. Paul
Posted by Brandy Totten on January 27, 2015
I miss you everyday. Words can't even describe how missed you are. Wish you were here to see all the things that I have accomplished and hope that you would be proud of who I have become. I love you and you will always be in my heart. Can't wait to see you again.
Love and miss you,
Brandy.
Posted by Katlyn Nichols on September 13, 2011
We love you Paul! i wish I would of got to know you better!! Miss you evy day! :(

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Posted by Berneda Mullins on January 29, 2015
Paul you will never know how much you meant to so many people....
Posted by Jacqueline Plumley on January 27, 2015
I loved Paul so much. He was a wonderful man and always treated me like his family. I will always miss him. He loved his kids/grandkids so much and will always hold a special place in my heart.Forever in my <3! R.I.P. Paul
Posted by Brandy Totten on January 27, 2015
I miss you everyday. Words can't even describe how missed you are. Wish you were here to see all the things that I have accomplished and hope that you would be proud of who I have become. I love you and you will always be in my heart. Can't wait to see you again.
Love and miss you,
Brandy.
Recent stories
Shared by Jacqueline Plumley on January 27, 2015

I remember one time, when he lived on the hill in Thorofare, we were all sitting around his living room, chatting, having a good time. He was loading a muzzleloader, getting ready to show it off to someone (not sure who, can't remember). He loaded it with a little too much powder, and without thinking about it, put the overflow of powder in the ashtray. Having forgotten about it, he placed a lit cigarette on top of it. I've never heard a sound so loud or seen him move so fast. It was hilarious! We were all out of that house in 2 seconds flat.