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Obituary: In Loving Memory of Albert Paul Jr.

Albert Paul Jr. was a great outdoors man and often could be found working outside along with his Weimaraner dogs.

Albert Paul, Jr., 60 of Oswego, IL   passed away, Friday, December 21, 2012.  Albert was born in Memphis, TN on January 3, 1952 to Christine Palmer and Albert Paul, Sr. and is preceded in death by his parents.

Bert worked at Joe Roth Truck Parts in Naperville, IL for many years and most recently at Fleet Pride Truck Parts here in Oswego, IL.  He was most known in the 70’s for his days working at the Chess King clothing store at Yorktown Mall and managing Oliver Twist in Naperville.  

Bert and Debbie re-built the historic barn on Rt. 53 near Woodridge, IL where he ran Ad-Beth Farm Landscaping and helped Debbie open the Craft Barn.  He was a great outdoors man and you could always find him outside working in the yard with his favorite Weimaraner dogs, Duchess, Spike and Nel.

Survivors include wife, Debra Paul, sons; BJ Paul (Amanda) and new grand-daughter Sarla; Shaun Paul (Kristen) and new baby grand-daughter, Madison Mae and daughter, Alaina Okapal (Tommy) and new baby grand-daughter, Sofia Rose.  Brothers:  Brent and Bart Paul and sisters; Janet Kola (Royal) and Leigh Flynn (Matt) and many nieces and nephews.

Memorials contributions may be made to:http://www.giveforward.com/bertpaul

Please join us for a “Celebration of Bert’s life” Open House on Saturday December 29, 2012 12-4 pm with a Prayer Service at 4pm all at Tommy and Alaina Okapal’s,
204 Bruell Street, Yorkville, IL  60540.

Arrangements were entrusted the Dunn Family Funeral Home with Crematory. For information 630/554-8484.

Special thanks to the Dunn Family Funeral Home with Crematory for the obituary. 

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