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Paul 
Golke

Golke, Paul “Uncle P”
Passed away while surrounded by his loving family and friends on December 3, 2010 at the age of 47. Loving father of Courtney Golke. Beloved son of Ann and Jerry Golke. Caring fiance of Lynn Cady. Dear brother of Liz Jim Redmann and Mark Golke. Uncle of Brian “Player B” Golke, Rebecca “Favorite Neicy” Golke, Andrew, and Alex Redmann. Former husband and endearing friend of Cheryl Golke. Also survived by other relatives and many friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:30 AM, on Friday, at KLEMMER’S BANQUET CENTER 10401 W. Oklahoma Ave. with a lunch to follow.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Johnson-Reiss
414-321-7440
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

monica byrd

My sincere condolences to our Golke family as we mourn the loss of Paul . I will miss the thought of him not being buddies with Brian and always making sure he checked in with his niece Becky. He made sure he always had time for them and made sure he would see them and would be a part of there lives even tho his brother and I were not together any more. He was always laughing or smilin’. He was always joking when I seen him at the south shore water frolics just this past july.. Im glad he attended my last bday which was my 50th and also Brians college grad party. It was just a few more times we were all together . I last remember the big bear hug he just gave me not too long ago. May Paul rest in peace and you will be missed by many.. God bless you Paul amen! and I was and will always be his favorite sister in law <3

monica byrd

My sincere condolences to our Golke family as we mourn the loss of Paul . I will miss the thought of him not being buddies with Brian and always making sure he checked in with his niece Becky. He made sure he always had time for them and made sure he would see them and would be a part of there lives even tho his brother and I were not together any more. He was always laughing or smilin’. He was always joking when I seen him at the south shore water frolics just this past july.. Im glad he attended my last bday which was my 50th and also Brians college grad party. It was just a few more times we were all together . I last remember the big bear hug he just gave me not too long ago. May Paul rest in peace and you will be missed by many.. God bless you Paul amen! and I was and will always be his favorite sister in law <3

ROBERT & SUSAN LOOSE

OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO THE ENTIRE GOLKE FAMILY FOR YOUR TRAGIC LOSS. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH PAUL AND HIS LOVING FAMILY. SINCERELY ROBERT &SUSAN LOOSE AND FAMILY

Clinton C. Kaus

Paulie was a friend to anyone who knew him. He would always find something funny about any situation. His laughter was more than contagious, it was infectious. While hospitalized after his terrible car accident he would often wince in pain from laughing about things. Paul knew what it meant to be a FRIEND! And, he knew how to return favors as well. He was modest in his own way. His zeal for life and all it offered often the best of him, but he remained upbeat and positive through it all. I will miss you Paul. You will never be forgotten bro…. May God bless you and keep you my friend…. Rest easy…..

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