Paul Louis Puffalt

March 11, 1960October 11, 2020

It is with great sadness and deep regret that we announce the passing of Paul Louis Puffalt from Carnduff, SK at the age of 60.

Paul always had a smile on his face and a joke on his lips.

Paul was born in Grenfell and raised on the family farm. He went to school in Broadview, SK. He married Susan in 1982 and raised two daughters. He worked for Paterson Grain for almost 40 years. Paul loved his family time and his grandsons more than anything in this world. He played hockey and fastball and made many friends over his lifetime. He loved to joke and laugh and was very well loved.

He will be so greatly missed by his wife Susan (Kienas), daughters Kendra (Tim) Loewen and Breanne (Mark) Campbell; his grandsons Zander and Kaleb Loewen; mother Martha Puffalt; brother James (Monique); sisters: Marj (Blair) Thompson, Rita (Rhett) Flegel, Karen (Garth) Handke and many nieces, nephews and lots of friends.

He was predeceased by his brother Danny Puffalt and father Helmund Puffalt.

Due to Covid-19 there will be no funeral at this time. A private graveside service will be held at a later date.

If friends so desire, contributions may be made to Crohn's and Colitis Canada, 600-60 St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto, ON M4T 1N5 or Borderline Housing Kitchen Fund, Box 250, Carnduff, SK S0C 0S0.

To lose someone so special is really hard to bear it hardly seems believable that you’re no longer there

You left us far too early before your time, it seems and now you’ll never have the chance to fulfil all those dreams

However hard it is though we’ll take comfort in the thought of all the memories we have and the happiness you brought

You always lived life to the full but ours won’t be the same until the day when we can see your smiling face again


  • Due to Covid-19 there will be no funeral at this time


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Pauline and Dino Piché

October 20, 2020

Susan, Kendra, Breanne and your families:

Paul was a great husband, father, grandpa, friend, teammate, community minded person, and just a great guy. We have incredible memories of awesome bonfires under the big tree, fantastic meals with friends and family, and male bonding in dressing rooms/Legion. Until we meet again Paul, keep the fire stoked, the drinks cold and keep your stick on the ice.

Dino and Pauline, Langley and Stephen, Chaz and Allison, and Kia

Gaylene Ottenbreit

October 20, 2020

Martha , Susan and to all Paul’s families , our deepest condolences.
So very sorry for your loss.
Gene and Gaylene Ottenbreit

Stacey and Colin McInnes

October 18, 2020

I can’t see that we have specific memories. We just always felt the warmth of Paul’s personality, whether he was passing you on the street, or stopping for a conversation. There wasn’t much difference. He always took the time to say hello. Thinking of Susan and the girls, and all of those who loved him. We pray for your peace but most of all, may the lighter memories push away the darkest of times.

Shirley and Bill Larter

October 16, 2020

Our deepest sympathy and condolences to Susan and family and friends on the passing of Paul. May all your fond memories help to heal your sorrow at this difficult time. Bill and Shirley Larter, Broadview

Sandra & Lloyd Karlunchuck

October 16, 2020

our deepest sympathy to Martha, Susan & families
May you find the strength to face tomorrow in the the love that surrounds you today.
Sandra & Lloyd Karlunchuck

Beth Gaschler

October 15, 2020

Susan, we send our thoughts, sympathy and prayers to you and your family at Paul's sudden passing. No one can ever be prepared for that. Cherish your memories.
Beth Gaschler and family

Vern Tocher

October 15, 2020

I was lucky enough to have made friends with Paul over 30 years ago when I moved to Carnduff to run a competitor grain elevator to Paul. But that’s where the competitor stopped. Paul became one of my best friends instantly. Paul’s ratio of humour to sarcasm was impeccable. One of the funniest guys I will ever have been around, and one of the most caring as well. Watching Paul with his daughters and how he’d tease them and then turn around to hug them was endearing. We stopped keeping in touch over the years, but he never left my heart as one of the best friends I’ll ever have. He was special, and he always will be special. Rest is peace “pally boy”.

Ric and Bev Barnes

October 15, 2020

Susan and family
So sad to hear of Paul’s passing.
We have many fond memories of Paul and Tony coming to the C- Store for coffee. Always a laugh or two.
Big hugs to you Susan
Ric and Bev Barnes

Larry & Nancy Fleece

October 15, 2020

Susan and Family our condolences to you all on the passing of Paul.
Larry remembers a time long ago when all the gang was at a BBQ at Dan and Judy’s.
Larry and Paul had a birds eye view of the BBQ’s Someone put the garlic bread on to warm up. While time got away and the smoke soon started coming from the BBQ. The more smoke the harder Paul and Larry would chuckle. Of course they didn’t say a word or lend a hand to save the poor loaf of garlic bread!
Dan finally came to the rescue but a little to late to save the garlic bread.
He just looked at Paul and Larry laughing and said “you two buggers just watched this happen??” All they could reply with was another hardy laugh and a nod of their heads
Gonna miss you Woggle! Rest In Peace my friend

Clarke Hill

October 15, 2020

When I first moved, and started working in the Carnduff area Paul was one of the people to convince me to be a part of the Red Devil Sr. organization. He was easy going and always had a smile on his face. When I moved away I was always welcomed by Paul when I returned to Carnduff. He will be missed. My Condolences to the Puffalt family.


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