Paul J Aldinger

29 May, 19633 June, 2021

Paul Aldinger, 58, was born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1963, he passed away peacefully on June 3rd, 2021 at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen, Texas.

He was married to Mary Aldinger, they shared 40 years of marriage.

The world lost a great man. Paul had so many wonderful memories for such a short life. The many decades in the transportation industry and his extremely outgoing personality, allowed him to meet and befriend so many people. He was loved by so many. He commanded a room and had a grand presence about him along with so many great stories.

He is survived and lovingly remembered by Father: Paul (Judy) Chumney; Mothers: Mary Ann Aldinger, Carol Aldinger; Brothers: Bill (Joanie) Aldinger, William Kerby, Danny (Janet) Chumney, Bubba (Elizabeth) Bennett; Sisters: Wildy Kerby, Leah Anna (Paul Wayne) White, Teresa (Jay) Vaughan, Jay Bennett; Son: Christopher Aldinger, Joshua Aldinger; Daugher: Amber; Granddaughter: Summer

He was predeceased by his Father Karl Aldinger, Mother Mary Kerby, and Brother Stephen Aldinger.

There will be no formal funeral services. Plans for a celebration of life will be announced when they are made.

Our family appreciates all the support. We want to extend a special thanks to Alice and Don DeVaughn, Nick Fondurulia, and Don Thompson for all of their help and support through Paul’s cancer treatment and the days leading up to his passing. We would also like to thank Dr. Shenkenberg, who gave us his personal number, and was so understanding and supportive to our family; along with Annette from Valley Baptist Medical Center who helped our family through all the difficult decisions and times.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Chris Rotheray

13 June 2021

Such a caring and thoughtful man! Was truly a god sent! He helped our mom for years, was always there for her! I am so sorry for your loss Mary 😪

Mary Reimer

9 June 2021

So sorry for your loss, Paul was a great guy, so helpful in the park. he took good care of the park, always ready to give you a hand. God only takes the best. R.I P, until we meet again. Mary Reimer

Glen and Heather Cummings

8 June 2021

Paul was a very concerned, helpful neighbor in the Park. Our sincere sympathy to Mary, Amber and other family members.

Rich and Deb Hankins

8 June 2021

Rich and I had the pleasure of calling Paul, Mary and Amber our friends! We enjoyed many a night unwinding with an adult beverage. Solving the issues in Magic Valley Park. We love you Paul and will see you in heaven. Can't wait to see that infectious smile again . RIP

Rick And Linda Fourneaux

8 June 2021

Paul you will be so missed in Magic Valley Park. You were a spark of light in the park. You protected it to your fullest ability
You were a very good friend and neighbour.
We send sincere sympathies to Mary , Amber and family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Linda and Rick

Shawna Arciszewski

8 June 2021

Paul and Mary treated me like I was one of their children. They were there for me as I struggled throughout middle school, high school and my early 20’s. I even lived with them for awhile. They gave me love and acceptance that I needed so badly. Whenever I needed anything... advice, comfort, rescuing when my car stalled out in the middle of busy traffic, help with moving... they were there. I learned how to trust from them. I learned what it really meant to be a family. I felt truly blessed that I was able to have a chance to be apart of their family. I will forever cherish the many loving memories that I have of the Aldinger family. I love you Dad. Rest In Peace

Rudi and Beverley Matthys

8 June 2021

Great guy gone way too soon. He kept in touch with us all winter despite what he was going through. He will be sadly missed. Our sympathy to Mary and the family. Rest in peace Paul...

Lynne Douglas

8 June 2021

Paul and Mary were our neighbors in Magic Valley Park. We enjoyed chatting and visiting with them. Paul had a great sense of humor and was very involved in the park. He kept an eye on our home for us when we returned to Canada after spending our winters in Texas. Mary was a dear one who was so very happy when her daughter, Amber came to live nearby. Our most enjoyable memory with Paul and Mary occurred at a party we gave for a circle of friends. Mary had a great time and thanked us for the hospitality. We were so pleased that they had enjoyed themselves. We will miss Paul immensely, when we return to Texas. Our sincere condolences to his family

Alice and Don DeVaughn

8 June 2021

Paul was a very dear friend and we loved him very much. We had many good times with him and we were blessed to be able to celebrate with him and Mary for their 40th wedding anniversary in March. He was a huge asset to Magic Valley Park and will be missed very much. R.I.P. Paul until we meet again. Sending much love to Mary, Amber and all of the family.

Collee Sopher

7 June 2021

Mary and family
We are very sorry for your loss,Paul was very well liked in Magic valley ,he will be greatly missed.
Mark and Colleen Sopher

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