Paul Werner Obituary

September 11, 2013

in News,Obituaries

VENICE, Fla. — Private services will be determined by the family for Paul D. Werner, 53, who passed away at his home.
Paul was born in Marlboro, Mass., and grew up in Springfield.
He graduated from Springfield High School with the Class of 1977.
He served as a Chief Petty Officer in the United States Coast Guard for 12 years, and later was employed as an electrician.
Before moving to Venice, Paul worked at the Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia. Paul enjoyed boating, and riding a motorcycle.
Paul is survived by his wife Debra, of Delaware, a daughter, Brenda Pitts, of St. Lucie, Fl., Lyn Werner of Delaware, and a son Robert Werner of Pennsylvania. His parents, David and Donna Werner of Palmetto, Fl. Paul is also survived by his grandmother, Olive Greenough, of Vermont. Paul has a sister, Vicki Swan of Vermont, and two brothers, Craig Werner of Texas, and William Werner of California. Paul has five grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Any donations may be made to the Sun Coast Humane Society of Englewood, Florida, as Paul was an avid animal lover.
This obituary first appeared in the September 12, 2013 print edition of the Vermont Standard.

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kaitlin September 11, 2013 at 7:42 pm

rest in peace papa
I love and miss you so much. this just seem surreal. I had just talked to you a few days before this happened. I just couldn’t believe this and still cant. we were planning a visit to come see you in December once I got out of class. I wish I could go back in time and went to see you,gram, and gramp during the summer break. I will always be thinking about you CONSTANTLY no matter what. I will finish college and my degree that I was telling you about. I will succeed no matter how many times I may fall or how many obsticles I will have to cross….im going to push forward, and im doing it all for you.
I need a address update so I can mail you and a phone number would be lovely. I never want to lose contact with you again. I know your enjoying heaven and having fun riding your motorcycle but stop by everyonce in a while to check on me and get me that motivation you always encouraged me with.
nana will be well taken care of. that is my promise to you. I will see you again and until then you rest easy and pain free. I LOVE YOU & MISS YOU. XOXO
– KAITLIN (your granddaughter)

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