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Paul C. Lehnig

December 26, 2012
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

Paul C. Lehnig passed away on Dec. 15, 2012, at his residence. He died the way he lived: calmly, peacefully, with dignity in his rocking chair, while listening to his favorite music.

The youngest of two children, he was born in Philadelphia, Pa., to the late Paul C. Lehnig Sr. and Edna Graf Lehnig.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Alfred Lehnig, and by his wife, best friend, and love of his life, Katherine Petri Lehnig, whom he married Feb. 14, 1947. He was also preceded in death by his 4-year-old grandson, Paul Christopher Lehnig.

He is survived by his four children: David and Daniel Lehnig, both of Penrose Colo.; Diane Lehnig Kelly (Tom) of Ripley; and Dale Elizabeth Lehnig Healy (Kevin) of Berryville, Va. Also surviving are nine grandchildren: Troy Wellejus, Kevin Wellejus (Jill Hurst), Sharon Krol, Gregory (Tina) Krol, Sean Healy, Bryan Healy, Holly Lehnig Geniuk (Chris), and Thomas and Caitlin Kelly. He is further survived by five great-grandchildren: Claire, Edwin, Casey, Megan and Edmund.

Pual was a veteran of World War II, where he served as a fleet mechanic for Gen. McArthur. He attended Drexel University through the G.I. Bill, and obtained his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering. He worked for several companies including Boeing and Tinnius Olson Company in Hatboro, Pa., where he retired as chief mechanical engineer.

After his wife passed away, 10 years ago, he moved to Westfield to be closer to his daughter and her family. He loved cookouts in the summer, his flower and tomato gardens, the Phillies and the Philadelphia Eagles. His favorite day of the week was Monday, when he played pinochle with his card group in Westfield. He enjoyed his last Thanksgiving with 20 relatives who traveled from Wisconsin, Virginia, and Colorado to see him. Healthy until his last several weeks, he was a strong independent man with a big heart. He dearly loved his family and will be greatly missed.

No calling hours will be observed. Memorials may be made to the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Arrangments are under the direction of the Fantauzzi Funeral Home, 82 E. Main St., Fredonia.

 
 
 

 

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