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Paul Meese

Paul Meese

Friday, November 19th, 1954 Sunday, August 16th, 2020

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Obituary for Paul Walen Meese

PAUL W. MEESE
11-19-1954 to 8-16-2020

Paul Walen Meese, of McLouth, Kansas, passed away August 16, 2020, at the age of 65. He was born on November 19, 1954, in Kansas City, Kansas, to Elvin Eugene “Gene” Meese and Violet “Louise” (Imhoff) Meese. He graduated from Turner High School, where he played football.
Paul has been with Sonia Howard, his life partner for the last 25 years. They built a beautiful life together on their ranch. Paul truly loved Sonia, loved his land, and loved his animals. In addition to his cattle, Paul was known to give a home to animals that had outlived their usefulness, giving them a peaceful place to retire where they were well-cared-for and loved.
Paul spent the last ten years working for The Michaels Organization at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, where he completed historic renovations and remodeled officer housing. He would have retired at the end of August 2020.
He is survived by Sonia, of the home, one biological daughter and two step-daughters, six grandchildren, his father, and his sister, Patricia (Meese) Finnerty.
The family plans on a private celebration of life.

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Comment | Posted at 09:00pm via Memorial Tree
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Dave Vanderwell

Dave Vanderwell
A remarkable person is no longer with us. I met Paul W. Meese in an Industrial Arts class in 7th grade. For those who knew Paul, you won't be surprised that at age 13 he knew more than the teacher, which proved somewhat problematic for the teacher, as Paul moved at an accelerated pace. And the teacher, much to his chagrin, couldn't Paul. And boy we had some funning that class. What I didn't know at the time was that I was being swept up in a whirlwind of personality that would provide over 50 years of friendship and amazement. God knows how much I'll miss you. I'd wish you eternal peace, but I have a sneaking suspicion, that you'll be shaking things up even in eternity, and eternity will be better off for your presence.
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Judy Gumbel

Paul will be missed by all, he was a wonderful Carpenter and always willing to help when someone needed his many talents. Bless you Sonia
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