Paul Moller

                                 In Loving Memory of Paul Moller

     Mr. Paul Moller passed away at 11:45 AM on Saturday, February 11, 2012 at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Forsyth County, NC from a massive heart attack.  He had recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. 

     Mr. Paul Moller was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada August 25, 1925 to his late parents, Holger Peter Moller from Copenhagen, Denmark and Bodil Christine Hansen Moller from Bornholm, Denmark.                                    

     Mr. Moller graduated from McGill University in 1953, Montreal, Canada as a Civil Engineer.  He served with the Canadian Army, Blackwatch Division in WWII, and was discharged in 1946.  He retired from Stearns-Roger Architects, Ltd. in Denver, Colorado as a PE (Professional Engineer) after thirty-five years.  He spent most of his professional career in Colorado and was involved with the design of structural bridges throughout the country and many high-rise buildings in Denver.  He served as a Deacon of the Presbyterian Church in Denver.  One of his many interests was his love of flying.  While attending McGill University he was a member of the McGill Soaring Club taking glider pilot lessons.  Because of his life-long love of flying, there will be a memorial service held in Montreal, Canada at the private airport where he pursued this interest.  Family and friends will gather on his birthday in August of this year to celebrate the memory of his life.  His nephew, Pastor Phil Hobbs will officiate. 

     Mr. Moller is survived by his wife, Nancy J. Moller of Fleetwood, NC; two sons, David Moller and wife April of Colorado, and Robert Moller and wife Anna of South Carolina; one daughter, Wendy Moller of Minnesota; three brothers, Frank, Peter and Alan Moller of Canada; two sisters, Vera Moller Van Stone of Canada, and Helen Moller of Michigan; eighteen nieces and nephews; two stepchildren, Lorrie McLauchlan, daughter of Nancy, and husband Stuart of West Jefferson, NC and Michael McKosky, son of Nancy, of Florida; nine grandchildren and great grandchildren.

     There will be a 7 PM Memorial Service held in his honor at Bald Mountain Baptist Church, West Jefferson, NC immediately following the 6PM Evening Service, on February 19, 2012,  officiated by Pastor Lawrence Goodman.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks for contributions to be made in the name of Paul Moller to the:                                                                                           Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, 322 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001.                                                                                                          
   You may also give the family your condolences and tributes at
paul-moller.forevermissed.com.