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Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Chapel

407 Jerry Street, Castle Rock, CO

OBITUARY

Paul Francis Brunger

July 13, 1952August 31, 2020

Paul F. Brunger, of Castle Rock, CO died at home on August 31, 2020 at the age of 68. Paul and his twin John were born in Denver, CO on July 13, 1952 to John and Phyllis Brunger, who each precede him in death. Paul was a loving and beloved brother, father, grandfather, and uncle and is survived by children Kyle (Teri), Grant & Gus (Sherry), grandchildren Connor, Jackson & Louise, siblings Cindy, Ann, and John Brunger; brothers Tom, Jr and Dan Waters, nieces Jonna, Kelly, Amelia and Elsie, and nephew Myles. When his mother married Tom Waters in 1975, Paul’s family expanded to include Mike, Kathy, Marty, Philip, Gary, David, and Tom Waters, Sr., along with their spouses and children. Paul’s family also wants to acknowledge the cousins and colleagues who were close to him and stayed in touch through the years.

Paul had a long professional career in real estate as a builder of custom homes, developer, and agent, and was the owner of Cornerstone Appraisal Services. He enjoyed spending time hunting and fishing with his sons, brothers, and friends, his hunting dog Luke at his side.

A celebration of Paul ‘s life will be held next Spring, in the outdoors he loved. Please visit Facebook for pictures and to comment.

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Luke Norris

September 13, 2020

So many of my childhood memories are filled with pictures and memories of Paul. From fishing in Washington Park's creek for Huck Finn Days to cutting down Christmas trees, or sitting around Tom and Phyllis's banquet table in Hilltop, to going to the Parade of Homes to see the latest masterpiece Paul and Joe built. I remember sleeping under my mom's desk at Colorado County Homes. I always remember trying to explain how Danny and Tommy were Kyle's uncles, but weren't really that much older than me or Kyle and were more like cousins. Whether hanging out with Paul, Ann, Marty, Gary or any Brunger/Water member of the family, I always felt like a member of the family. My heart goes out to Grant and Gus, and Sherry and to the rest of Paul's family that I haven't seen since Kyle's wedding. I'll forever hold fond memories of Paul and can't wait to tell some of them to Connor and Jackson and Louise as they get older. My thoughts are with all of you, especially you Kyle.

Steve and Katie Smith

September 13, 2020

Our friendship with Paul started in the 80's at Colorado Country Homes and continued from there. After we moved from Colorado, the Brungers visited us in California and we also got together in our many visits to Colorado. Our last visit with Paul included fishing, of all things!
Paul was a good friend and we will miss him.

Marianne (White) Marvez

September 9, 2020

Paul and John were my first friends and playmates when we lived next door to each other on E. Montana Pl. So deeply saddened to hear this news. Love and sympathy to the Brunger and Waters families.

Norma Darby

September 9, 2020

Paul was always so nice to me and my family I send my love to his family

Barb Hendrix

September 8, 2020

Barb Hendrix

September 8, 2020

Barb Hendrix

September 8, 2020

One of many great memories on our annual trip to Meeker, poker night!

Barb Hendrix

September 8, 2020

Steve White

September 8, 2020

I found this photo from 1957 in with a pile of old photos at mom and dad's. I guess my dad took the picture. I wonder where Phyll and Cecilia were. It doesn't seem that long ago that we were all getting together for holiday dinners and 4th of July burgers in Uncle Louie and Aunt May's backyard. I miss those days. And, I'll miss Paul's wry sense of humor. I hope Paul is off on a grand new adventure.

Cindy Brunger

September 8, 2020

FROM THE FAMILY

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