Harold Lawrence Pauly
Date of Death: July 8, 2009
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Harold Lawrence Pauly of Toledo passed away on Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at the age of 64. Mr. Pauly was born in Toledo, Ohio on January 4, 1945 to the late Frank and Helen (Bennett) Pauly. Harold graduated from Libbey High School in 1963 and then attended the University of Toledo. Throughout his working life,…

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Pam (Shawley) Shinabery left a message on May 11, 2018:
To Harold's immediate family and close friends, I send my sincere and heartful sympathy to you all.I can still see Harold walking in the halls at Libbey and always with friends by his side, he was a great friend to all. He is now with all our other classmates that have gone before us.Hoping these words of sympathy will comfort you all in your time of sorrow.Pam (Shawley) ShinaberyMargate, Florida
Valerie Johnson left a message on May 11, 2018:
Hank,I was so sorry to read of the passing of your brother. I took a moment to reflect on the "Maumee Days" which were really not so long ago. At least it seems. They were some fun times. Don passed away January 2007 following surgery, that same month, for pancreatic cancer. I sold his architectural firm last year and am now working for Jim Jacobs. Jim was an employee of Johnson Architects and he and Don were putting together a partenership before he passed away. Fortunately, Jim was interested in continuing the firm, under his own name. Things have been going very well and he has been busy. I continue to live in the house on Lake Erie that Don designed. All three of our children are married. Greg in Boulder, CO. Kirsten in Traverse City, MI and Carolyne in Monroe. We have three grandchildren and another one on the way in December.Hope all is going well for you and your family. I know that Harold will be missed.Val Johnson
Jeff Arman left a message on May 11, 2018:
Harold was my swim coach at the "Y" in the 70's...many great memories of that time in life and Harold has often come to mind...Everyone loved him there...As I read these entries and ones in the Blade's section, one thing is a "SURE", He was loved!See ya round Harold.
JoAnna Spaulding Umlauf left a message on May 11, 2018:
Dear Henry and Frank,I was so sorry to read about your brother's death in the BLADE. I have such good memories of the whole Pauly family from my childhood spent in the same neighborhood. I didn't know Harold well, but I knew of him through the two of you. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through adjusting to this. Warmly,JoAnna Spaulding Umlauf
David Faiella left a message on May 11, 2018:
Harold was my first swim coach at the South Toledo Y. He made swimming fun. I learned many things about life from Harold. He will be missed.
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David Faiella left a message on May 11, 2018:
Harold was my first swim coach at the South Toledo Y. He made swimming fun. I learned many things about life from Harold. He will be missed.
Barbara Schulz Bengston left a message on May 11, 2018:
To the Family of Harold; I am so sorry for your loss. Harold and I were classmates at Libbey (1963). I will remember Harold as happy, friendly and kind to everyone. My sympathy to all his family and friends in Toledo. I have been in Gainesville, FL. since '74 but Libbey and Toledo are "home". Barbara Schulz Bengston
rose summers left a message on May 11, 2018:
I knew Harold only a brief time, but those times and his smile have been im my thoughts over the last 30 some years. We met when I moved into the apartment next to his above the flower shop in Perrysburg. I will always remember the sparkle in his eyes that went along with that upside down grin and an abrubt "Hm!". He introduced me to "Willie" and the Red Headed Stranger whom I love to this day His bass quitar would resonate thru my apartment, and he helped me thru some difficult times, just by being there to visit with. When I needed a home for my beloved "Moses" dog, he introduced to his brother and family of 3 children--who gave him a loving home. I left Perrysburg for Michigan in 1978, but have never forgotten Harold--a good friend for a short time.
Cremation Society of Toledo left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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