Paula Lynn Wolf
June 30, 1947 – February 11, 2021
Paula Lynn Wolf died suddenly at her home in Littleton, Colorado on Thursday, February 11. Paula was born in Ottumwa, Iowa on June 30, 1947 to Paul and Vee Kenning. She spent her early years in Ottumwa and attended school there throughout her youth and graduated from high school in 1965. After high school, she entered the Saint Joseph’s School of Nursing in Ottumwa and became a registered nurse.
With her nursing degree she moved to Denver, Colorado in 1969 where she worked for a few years at Colorado General Hospital. There she met her future husband and married Dr. Mark Wolf in November of 1973. They soon settled in Littleton where she spent the rest of her life. Paula had a love of animals, travel, and cooking. She and Mark always had a Doberman and had several through the years.The couple traveled extensively, and Paula especially enjoyed their trips to France and Santa Fe, New Mexico.She was a fine cook and enjoyed sharing that talent with her family, especially in preparing the Thanksgiving feast.Paula was passionate about fitness and was an active member of Club USA where she would work out daily. In the Fall, she and Mark would drive into the mountains to watch the beautiful seasonal changes of the trees.
The couple raised two daughters, Elizabeth (Mike Shomler) and Rebecca (Luke Konwinski) . Elizabeth and her family reside in Delta, Colorado and Rebecca and her family live in Lakewood, Colorado.
Paula was preceded in death by her parents, Paul and Vee Kenning, and is survived by her husband, her daughters and four grandchildren: Rhys and Everett Shomler and Kelly and August Konwinski. She is also survived by one brother, Greg (Miriam) Kenning living in Ottumwa.
There will be a private viewing for family only. Placement will be held at 1:00p Tuesday, February 23 at Mt. Lindo Cemetery in Morrison, CO.
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Paula Lynn Wolf
February 24, 2021
Mark and family,
I just saw the notice of Paula’s sudden passing. We are heartbroken for everyone, especially Mark. We have such great memories living across the street from Paula and Mark for 29 years. She always had a smile, loved her kids and grandkids and always asked about my children.
Be well Mark. We miss you as our dear neighbor. Hope to see you soon.
Jeff and Sandi Brines
February 14, 2021
My deepest sympathy to the family. I haven't seen Paula for many years but I remember her from when we were kids.