May 18, 1932 – November 14, 2020
Paul Niedermayr was born on May 18, 1932 and passed away on November 14, 2020 and is under the care of Marlatt Funeral Home, Swackhamer Chapel.
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November 28, 2020
Dear Mrs. Niedermayer, Lisa & Susan,
I'm very sorry for you all, for the loss of your Husband / Father.
Growing up in a troubled family situation, as I did, I considered Mr. Niedermayer a Mentor and an IMPORTANT male adult role model.
To this day, I recall important life teaching moments we shared, which helped shape my path in life, all for the better.
He was a leader, a positive role model, who will be missed and not forgotten.
Gail Bartram Simpson
November 28, 2020
My brother Bill called to let me know that he had read about Mr. Neidermayr's death. I have such fond memories of the whole family. I babysat for Susie and Lisa from when I was 12 until I was 19 years old. Mr and Mrs Neidermayr were both a huge influence on my life. I remember Mr Neidermayr as being a true gentleman. My son has bought a house around the corner from where they lived in Baie d'urfe and I remember my times spent at their home every time I visit my grandchildren.
Love to you all
November 20, 2020
Dear Judith,Lisa and Susan.
It is with deep sorrow that we heard of Paul's passing. He was truly a treasured friend that will be truly missed. We always enjoyed the time spent over a coffee, hearing of his life experience s and in turn Don. sharing his stories of hunting and fishing. We have only known Paul for a few years, but one could soon see that he was a genuine friend, a very kind,generous, thoughtful, loving person. He has touched many lives over his 88 years. Paul has touched our hearts in an unforgettable way. He will be missed, but God has given us memories to hold on.
Please, know you, his loved ones have our deepest sympathy and most of all we are praying God will comfort you and be near you at this most difficult time.
With deepest heartfelt sympathy
Don. And Bev.