Evergreen Funeral Home & Evergreen Cemetery

4623 Preston Highway, Louisville, KY


Paul Fidelis Kremer Sr.

August 2, 1931January 13, 2020

Paul Fidelis Kremer Sr., 88, of Hopkinsville, passed away January 13, 2020. He was a Navy veteran, and a member of the VFW and Moose Lodge.

He was preceded in death by his 12 brothers and sisters. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Patricia Offutt Kremer; children, Janet Tucker(Tim), John Kremer(Judy), Susan Niemeier(Paul), Mary Wright, and Paul Kremer Jr.; grandchildren, Rebecca, Candice, Jake, Kyle, Fisher, and Danielle; and his great-grandchildren, Tyler, Willow, Ashlynn, and Luke.

Funeral service will be 10am Saturday, January 18, 2020 at Evergreen Funeral Home with burial in St. Michael Cemetery. Visitation will be 2pm-8pm Friday at the funeral home.


  • Visitation Friday, January 17, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 18, 2020


Paul Fidelis Kremer Sr.

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Batbara Magruder

January 17, 2020

I knew Paul from St. Edward Parish in Jeffersontown, KY. He lived just around the block from church. We helped with the Jeffersontown High School consession stands and we bought candy from Paul to sell in the consessions. He was so much fun to be around. He always had a smile for you. He was a great guy!
Deepest Sympathy to Paul’s family🌹
Barbara Magruder

Katie Sallee

January 16, 2020

I have so many wonderful memories of you and the many years you worked at Kremer's when I worked there in college. I truly regret that I didn't see you before you passed away. I remember you telling me that you read the obituaries every morning to make sure you hadn't died. And now I am reading your obituary... I will never forget watching you interact with customers at Kremer's and the funny, and sometimes annoying (lol) commentary that you made with pretty much everyone! I don't think others quite knew how to take your humor or that 99% of what you said WAS coming from your sense of humor. I will never forget hearing the funny and off the wall conversations you and my dad had over the years when you called him out of the blue for no reason just to shoot the breeze. You were truly one of a kind and I will miss you. You DID make this world a better place and isn't that what it's all about? Except when you would call McDonald's when I worked there as a teenager and report that I spit in your food! Not cool! Good thing they were onto you... :) I love you and I will never forget you. Especially your birthday because it is 2 days before mine. :)

Your great niece,
Katie Sallee