Paul G Walters
November 3, 1928 – September 5, 2018
Paul passed away peacefully and went to be with our Heavenly Father on September 5, 2018.
Paul was born in Cass County, Indiana on November 3, 1928 to Albert and Marie Walters. He graduated from Mesa High School and married his sweetheart in 1948.
He retired from Mountain Bell Telephone Company in 1982.
Paul enjoyed working with the Job’s Daughter’s Organization and was a past Associate Guardian and Grand Bethel Associate Guardian.
He volunteered many years with the Arizona Highway Patrol Reserves.
He was a member of the Wayfarer’s Lodge #50 for over 50 years.
Paul leaves to cherish in his memory: His beloved wife, Maxine, of almost 70 years (September 12th); 3 daughters; Pauline Shetter (Paul), Marilyn Lambeth (Hoss), Patricia Grant (Charlie); 7 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren, and a host of family and special friends.
Arrangements are in the care of Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary, where all services will take place. A visitation for family and friends will be held on September 13, 2018 at 10:00 AM, succeeded by a Celebration of Life at 11:00 AM, graveside service at 12:00 PM, and a reception to follow.
- Visitation Thursday, September 13, 2018
- Celebration of Life Thursday, September 13, 2018
- Graveside Service Thursday, September 13, 2018
- Reception Thursday, September 13, 2018
Paul G Walters
Jane Haskins Ruhlman
September 12, 2018
Please accept our families sincerest thoughts and prayers at the passing of Mr. Paul Walters.
As Jobs Daughters, my sisters and I appreciated all his care, concern and support. Thank you Mr Walters
Love to all his family
September 9, 2018
I love you Grandpa!
More than words could ever express! I am truly heartbroken that i was not able to be there and see you one last time before you passed..... Just to be able to tell you. "I love you" one last time and to hug you...... I will forever charish and remember all of the memories i have of you growing up as a child. I truly wish that my children could have known you and had the experiences with you that i had growing up. My kids will never truly know what our family was all about and the fun times we had unfortunately. Ive only wished my kids could have had a christmas like i had with you.... A vacation up in payson with you.... Building a cabin together..... Coffe and donuts early in the morning in payson..... A vacation to Yellow stone national forest and all the "SALADS" we had to eat every day cause grandma said so...... All of the fun camping trips we went on and fighting over who got to sleep on the top bunk of the van.....and soooo many more things! I will cherish my memories forever!!! You will be sadly missed for a life time. I love you Grandpa and truly wish you didnt have to go.... But im happy that you no longer have to suffer and that you will be in peace and just waiting for us to join you again one day. So then we will make even bigger and better memories with you again!
My heart hurts and it is broken.... Ive missed you so much and will continue to miss you.... Until we meet again..... I will always love you!
Forever your granddaughter,