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Paul Pawelski

Paul W. Pawelski

Thursday, February 4th, 1943 - Monday, March 23rd, 2020
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Born to Eternal Life March 23, 2020, age 77 years. Beloved husband of the late Gail (nee Pesczek). Loving father of Christopher (Jennifer), Nicholas, and Benjamin (Sammie) Pawelski. Dear grandfather of Joseph and Abigail. Fond brother of Michael (the late Frieda), Allen (Pam), Patricia, William "Gene" (Deborah), and the late Shirley (Bill) Willkomm. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his parents William and Genevieve Pawelski, and his in-laws Mary (Bill) Rochon, Barbara Starr, James Pesczek, and Jeannie (Ken) Willkomm.

Paul served in the Army during the Vietnam War, and worked for over 46 years at Metal Technologies and Briggs & Stratton.

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Tom Taubert

Posted at 04:11pm
My wife and I have a great picture of Paul & Gail dancing at our wedding reception back in 1989. He could really cut a rug back then. I have fond memories of sharing a beer or two with him over the years. I was there when he married my cousin Gail.
He was there for me when my mother (Gail's Aunt Rose) passed. He was a good & kind man and will be missed.
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Debbie Pawelski

Posted at 01:57pm
My favorite memory of Paul is from Pat's birthday party at her friend Chris' house several years ago. Paul and I sat for hours next to each other on the patio (while others played volleyball on the lawn!!!) He talked about his memories of working at Briggs, his memories of Gail, and about his time as a cook in the war. I will always cherish that time with him.....

Debbie Pawelski

Posted at 01:46pm
Bill (AKA Gene) is not a facebook user (big surprise), but asked me to share this memory of Paul: Bill remembers a family gathering when Paul used a ketchup bottle to give an amazing karaoke performance....
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Todd Willkomm

Posted at 11:32am
I don't remember who's wedding this was when Uncle Paul was having bad hip issues and he was walking with what I can only describe as "Ghetto Swagger" and as he was walking to the table where me, my dad, Uncle Gene and maybe a couple of others were and Uncle Gene just looks at him and says "What up G!?!" and without missing a beat Uncle Paul replied with "Nothing much homes!!!" and we all instantly started rolling in laughter!!!
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