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Paul Schlueter

September 18, 1936 — May 14, 2024


Paul Gerhard Schlueter passed away at St. Patrick hospital in Missoula, Montana on May 14, 2024, of natural causes. He was surrounded by loved ones. He was born September 18, 1936, to Gerhard and Virginia (Scobie) Schlueter in Washington D.C. The family later moved to Port Huron Michigan, where Paul met the love of his life, Mary Ann Vincent. Paul was in the Navy Reserve for 4 years, completed vocational school and became an electrician. He married Mary Ann on February 8, 1957, and they had 4 children.

In 1960, Paul became a Conservation Officer for the state of Michigan and the family moved to the upper peninsula of Michigan. He was later promoted to the position of Law Supervisor. After retirement he and Mary Ann moved to Port Huron. In 2017, they moved to Missoula, Montana to be near family.

Most of all, Paul loved his family. He also loved to hunt with family at his son Paul John's cabin. Paul was a Master and a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason.

Paul is survived by his wife Mary Ann, their children Christine Rosenbaum (Robert) and David Schlueter, sister Linda Beno, brother Theodore (Michelle) Schlueter, daughter-in-law Julie Schlueter, son-in-law Dennis Cichoski and brother-in-law Gail (Beverly) Vincent. Paul was blessed with 9 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren plus numerous nieces and nephews.

Paul was pre-deceased by his parents, son Paul J. Schlueter, daughter Susan Cichoski, sisters Nancy, Edith and Ethel, and daughter-in-law Brenda Schlueter.

The family would like to thank the staff at St. Patrick Hospital for all the loving care they provided to Paul over the last 7 months of his life. A private memorial service will take place at a later date. Donations can be made to the Missoula Humane Society or the charity of your choice.

May He Rest In Peace And May His Memory Be A Blessing.


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