Tuesday, November 5th, 2019
Paul A. Siefring, age 76, of Greenville, died November 4, 2019, at State of the Heart, Greenville, Ohio.
He was born February 8, 1943, to the late Aloys & Hilda (Homan) Siefring. He married Kay (Michael) on October 26, 1963, and she survives.
He is also survived by his five children Jonie (Rod) Drew, Bruce Siefring, Lisa (Jeff) Hesson, Pam (Joe) Ruschau, and Tina Gelhaus. All who knew him knew that besides his wife of 56 years, he adored his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Surviving are grandchildren: Cortnie (Romie) Kremer, Ric (Taylor) Drew, Caleb Drew, Ryan Drew, Gordy (Samantha) Siefring, Kyle (Alaina) Siefring, Tyler (Rebecca) Hesson, Dillon (Alexa) Hesson, Devan (Danielle) Hesson, Jordon (Katie) Ruschau, Hayden Ruschau, Kayley Ruschau, Shelby Gelhaus, and Makayla Gelhaus. Surviving are great-grandchildren: Kali, Rhett & Kash Drew; Wyatt, Blake & Remie Kremer; Paul & Karl Siefring; Wyley, Waylynn, Weston, Wade, Bratcher & Deacon Hesson. Paul is survived by his siblings Don (Donna) Siefring, Phyllis Kunk, Jerry (Rita) Siefring, Sharon (Clete) Shoenlein, Jane (Mark) Fleck, Nancy (John) Pohlman, and Tom Siefring. He is survived by in-laws: Dale (Ella) Michael, Dale and Sharon Wissman, and Carol (Roger) Siefring.
In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his mother and father-in-law Cyril and Esther Stukenborg; three infant brothers: Robert, Luke & Lester Siefring; sibling Roger Siefring; brother-in-law Carl Kunk; and two great-grandchildren: Baby Boy Kremer & Sawyer Drew.
Paul was a proud American who served in the US Army National Guard. He was a talented contractor who left pieces of his work all over Darke and surrounding counties.
Paul donated his body to Wright State University's Anatomical Gift Program.
A celebration of life will take place on Wednesday, November 6, from 12:00-3:00 pm at the American Legion Hall, 325 North Ohio Street, Greenville, OH. Military Honors will take place promptly at Noon with a luncheon and celebration of life to follow.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to State of the Heart Care.
Anyone who knew Paul was familiar with his antics and quotes. So, for all who knew him remember, "it's been your pleasure."