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In Memory of

Paul G. King

October 18, 1936 - May 2, 2017

Obituary


Paul G. King went to heaven on May 2, 2017. He was at home surrounded by his wife and family.

He was born on October 18, 1936 in Toledo, OH to the late Bernard and Mary Lou King.

Paul was a veteran of the United States Army, proudly serving his country overseas. He moved his family to AZ in 1976 and continued working as a pattern maker at Luke Air Force Base until he retired in 1998.

Paul loved camping, fishing, traveling and tinkering with old cars. However his greatest pride was...

Paul G. King went to heaven on May 2, 2017. He was at home surrounded by his wife and family.

He was born on October 18, 1936 in Toledo, OH to the late Bernard and Mary Lou King.

Paul was a veteran of the United States Army, proudly serving his country overseas. He moved his family to AZ in 1976 and continued working as a pattern maker at Luke Air Force Base until he retired in 1998.

Paul loved camping, fishing, traveling and tinkering with old cars. However his greatest pride was his children and grandchildren. He will always be remembered for his generous ways and his great sense of humor. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Paul is survived by his wife of 54 years, Penny, three children; Dean and wife Jane King, Dawn and husband David Bunch & Dana and wife Alesha King, two brothers Gene & Glen King, ten grandchildren; Stephanie, Michelle, Matthew, Andrew, Rebecca, Adam, Paul, Addison, Kaitlyn & Mason and four great grandchildren; Wyatt, Riley, Nolan & Madison. In addition to his parents, Paul was preceded in death by his brother Carl.

Family and friends are invited to a viewing on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 2:30 PM at West Resthaven Funeral Home, 6450 W. Northern Avenue, Glendale with funeral services beginning at 3:30PM. A celebration of his life will be held at our home following the service. Paul will be buried with military honors at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix.

Memorial contributions can be made to the National Parkinson's Foundation or Hospice of the Valley.