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Paul S.

Brown, Paul S.
Completed his race with his incredible friend Tony Oliver on Saturday, June 6, 2015 age 45 years. Paul will continue to watch over his loving wife and best friend Ronelle as well as his extended family and friends worldwide.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, at 11 AM, at OAK CREEK COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (8675 S. 13th St.). Memorial visitation will begin at 9 AM.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the ASPCA, Alex’s Lemonade Stand or the Wounded Warrior Project appreciated.

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Dear Ronelle,
I never met Paul, but so enjoyed hearing of your joint adventures. May time replace your sorrow with beautiful memories.

Linda Loehrer

Lisa, Brandon and Cade

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Bob Feuling

My deepest sympathies to Ronelle and all those who knew and were friends of Paul’s. Truly a tragedy. Paul was such an energetic person, a get it done type of person and I will remember his wit and dry sense of humor as he would joke with me in the midst of getting work done. I also admire his drive to manage career, family and training schedule. May peace come to those who miss him so. – Bob

robert gunderson

although, i do not know you, i feel extreme sorrow for you and all your family members. it is hard when this happens so suddenly. this happen to me and my family almost 3 years ago in muskego on 7-7-2012. my husband,bob, ,was an avid cyclist who was suddenly killed by a 20 year old that fell asleep at the wheel . i feel that i did not get justice and i hope you do. toni gunderson, s74w16223 vine st, muskego, wi 53150

Tom Hewuse

Dear Ronelle,
I am so sorry for your loss. While I never met Paul, I have heard through many others that he was an amazing and intelligent person. The shock his passing has sent through the Northwestern Mutual family is a testament of his character. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Mani Perumal

Dear Ronelle,

I am really sorry to hear about your loss. I admired Paul for his zest for life. I was always amazed at all that you had accomplished together. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Kaveri Misra

Dear Ronelle,

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on your sudden loss.
Paul was a wonderful person – empathetic, supportive and encouraging. I loved meeting him around the facility and found myself exchanging bits and bytes about big data and analytics. Needless to say both of you were my rocks during the last few months at NM. His loss continues to be a shock.

Be well my friend!
With profound sadness

Allan Montezon

Dear Ronelle,
I was deeply saddened to learn of Paul’s death. Please accept my heartfelt condolences on your sudden loss.
I enjoyed working with Paul and with you, too, even though it was brief. Since retiring, I have often thought of Paul. We usually met over lunch and without fail, at some point, we would exchange barbs over the proper etiquette of using a knife. I will not forget working with him and the camaraderie we enjoyed.

Sharing your sadness,

Rhoda Moizeau

Ronelle, we met you and Paul last year for the first time but felt we knew you far longer from all the stories shared by Mich and Clinton. We remember that day filled with fun and laughter of good friends together. May all the great memories you have comfort you during this difficult time. Luv Albert and Rhoda in SA

Shonda Moore

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