ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loving father, Paul W Wheaton SR, 51, born on December 5, 1959 and passed away on September 17, 2011. He was taken to soon but, will be in our hearts forever & will never be forgotten

Posted by Devin Wheaton Slanina on February 4, 2012
Dad you were taken from us to soon.I feel I was just getting to know you and you were gone before I knew it. Can't wait to be with you in heaven.I love you and miss you so much everyday.

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Posted by Devin Wheaton Slanina on February 4, 2012
Dad you were taken from us to soon.I feel I was just getting to know you and you were gone before I knew it. Can't wait to be with you in heaven.I love you and miss you so much everyday.
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Shared by Devin Wheaton Slanina on February 7, 2012

My Dad was always coming up with some plan to trick me because he knew I would fall for it. We went to Eatin Park one morning for breakfast and he said he wanted a fur burger. I had no idea what he was talking about but, he was joking like always. When the waitress came over I had asked her if  she had a fur burger on menu. As she was laughing and saying no. Everyone at the table was laughing so hard. It was fun but, I felt like a true blonde. 

I also got my Dad all the time also. He wanted to play music on the Jukebox so I told him to play Charlie Brown for me. I told him I didn't know what number it was. So after about 5 minute he said I can't find it and I said Waah Waah waah waah waah. He started laughing.

Then we got him again. Jenn left her cigarettes lying on the bar and when he wasn't looking we put them in his pocket. He kept telling her I didn't take them you can search me. So he reached in his coat pocket to pull everything he had in there out and in his hand were Jenn's cigarettes. He swear up and down he didn't know how they got in there. He said I didn't take them and everyone was laughing so hard. So then we took his cigarettes after that and put them in his pocket and he said he was going to call 991 which is the funny way I turned 911 around. So I asked him whoever has your cigarettes is going to jail right? He said yeah. It took him a little while to realize that if he had his cigarettes and would have went to jail for stealing his on cigarettes. We had so much fun and nothing will ever be the same without him.

These are just some of the things we used to do to each other for fun. We had a blast.

We also used to stay up all night drinking listening to music like Journey, Foreigner, Bob Seger, David Allen Coe, Phil Collins and so many more great artists. I miss sharing the good times with my Dad. I just wish I knew it was making him sick.