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Obituary for TSgt (Ret) Paul Stuhltrager

Paul Stuhltrager, Jr. of Warminster formerly of Willow Grove, PA passed away on Sunday, December 2, 2018 at the age of 83. He was the beloved husband of Rita (nee Derr) Stuhltrager with whom he had shared over 59 years of marriage. Paul was born in Abington, PA a son of the late Paul and Emma Stuhltrager, Sr.

In addition to his wife he is survived by a son, Richard Paul Stuhltrager and a daughter Susan Brown and her husband David, two grandchildren, David Brown Jr. and Allison Brown, two Sisters, Audrey Croft and Bernice Hawthorne, a brother, Donald Stuhltrager and many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents Paul was preceded in death by two sisters Mary Green and Phyllis Harvey.

Paul was a United State Marine Corp. Veteran as well as a United States Air Force Veteran serving in the Persian Gulf War. Paul enjoyed camping trips with his family, bowling, rooting for the Phillies, Eagles and Penn State, and spending time with family. He spent many hours with his grandchildren in Ocean City, NJ.
He was known for his sense of humor, hard work ethic, and commitment to his family.

If lieu of flowers memorials in Paul’s memory may be made to the Artman Lutheran Home, Benevolence Fund, 250 N. Bethlehem Pike, Ambler, PA 19002.

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1 reply on “Obituary for TSgt (Ret) Paul Stuhltrager”

We have lost one of our own Life Support members. He goes far back to when Life Support was under Supply as an Equipment Specialist. I have included his Obituary in the attachment section. What they say is true about Paul and when I became a Life Support Supervisor, he showed me the best way to fulfill what our mission was. He did it with dignity and grace despite my being from outside of the Life Support Community. I was in Survival Equipment/ Maintenance and never had been an official Supervisor. Our unit was the 913th Airlift Wing, Willow Grove, Pa. We were located with in the 327th Operations Squadron, WGARS, Pa.

Bob, thank you and your staff for what they do for us.
Aim high.

Joseph P. McGrath Sr., MSgt,(ret)

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