Let the memory of Paul be with us forever
  • 83 years old
  • Born on October 8, 1920 .
  • Passed away on March 5, 2004 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Paul Koostachin 83 years old , born on October 8, 1920 and passed away on March 5, 2004. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Stella (Starchild) Koosta... on 5th March 2016
I understand your teachings in my life. Mikwech notawi.
Posted by Celine Koostachin on 8th October 2014
I still miss you everyday, dad, and its been 10 years and 7 months since you left us. It always seems like it was yesterday. Mom and I are doing okay. I try my best to take care of her like you told me to. She cries for you always. We love you we think of you often.
Posted by Stella (Starchild) Koosta... on 8th October 2014
Another year passes and your special day is today. I know you are not celebrating earth birthdays where you are, but in your memory, dad, I think of you with treasured memories. I remember those birthdays we celebrated with you, our family, friends, and relatives.
Posted by Stella (Starchild) Koosta... on 5th March 2014
It's the 10th anniversary since you went home, dad, you still have a place in my heart. I've learned to let go and move on with my life applying just about all the things you taught me. Mainly, to be a decent, non-judgmental person, to be kind and help out where and when I able, to give my best in all I do and treat people well. Thank you.
Posted by Stella (Starchild) Koosta... on 8th October 2013
It's been 9 years when our father left us. The gap is slowly closing as the years fly by, only memories remain of his time with his wife Susan, his daughters Pauline, Stella and Celine. He was blessed to see his grandchildren Bruce, David and Aaron. His blessings doubled when he lived to see his great-grandchildren Sonja and Ethan. We will never forget you, dad. Always in our hearts.
Posted by Stella (Starchild) Koosta... on 7th April 2012
Our love and memories of dad will always be in our hearts. We miss you very much and always. He was my first love, my first teacher and I am grateful to him for the person I am and will become. He taught me to stand on my own two feet and to care for people. I miss his humour and laughter.

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