April 14, 1944 ~ October 8, 2022
With deep sadness, our father, on October 1, 2022, Paul Paige, passed away at his home after a year and a half of battle with kidney failure. He was 78 years old and a proud Air Force veteran and electrical engineer. He was born in Belleville, MI on April 14, 1944. He is survived by his daughters, Holly Edgens, her husband, Larry and Cosette Correa, her husband, Roy, his brothers, Ron & LeRoy Paige, sister, Mary Ellen Pelton, his grandchildren, Taylor, Austin, Justin and Chance Edgens, Ean Nava, and six great-grandchildren. Predeceased by wife, Robin Paige, parents, Vincent and Pauline Paige, brother, Richard Wilson, grand-daughter, Elizabeth Court and her son, Aiden.
He enjoyed bowling and had many fond memories of work picnics/functions and bowling tournaments. He and Robin loved traveling and driving. Their wish is for both of their ashes to be spread across one of their favorite sites, Glacier National Park in Montana.
Special thanks to his hospice nurse, Kerrie, who cared for him and brightened has last days as well as his caretaker, Brittany, who endured all the stories and took him on walks on his good days. There are no events planned, as he did not wish to have services. Memorial contributions in his name may be made to Point Man Ministries.
November 3, 2022 at 2:36 am
Our family (Harold and Varnetta Kinzel, myself, Roy Martin, my brothers Jim Martin, Rick Kinzel and Cookie Kinzel moved to Sumpter in 1953. We moved there in the summer prior to my 5th grade in school. We moved to Crandell Ct, in Sumpter, Mi. On the corner of Crandell Ct and Willis Road is where the Paige family lived. Ron and Paul Paige were the same ages as myself and my brother Jim, so they were both curious to meet us on the first day we moved in. We hit it off that very first day playing around the back yard on the big piles of sand. The four of us became best friends through all the years of elementary, Junior High and High School. We continued our friendship even after both Ron and Paul moved out of the state with their families. The Paiges take up most of my growing years, as well as, on into adulthood. Paul helped me get introduced to my current wife Delores who I am still married to after some 61 years. I thank Paul everyday for her everlasting love and devotion to me. LeRoy and Mary Ellen were a bit younger back then, but as we have grown older together, we still kept in touch. I messaged Paul on Facebook when I found out he was not doing well. He called me one day while receiving his Dialysis Treatment and we talked for about an hour and a half regarding several topics. It was very hard hearing of his passing. He was, in my book, one great friend and person. I will miss him and I send condolences to his entire family and all his friends. May he R.I. P. God bless you Pau Paige. I love you.
November 2, 2022 at 7:04 pm
I am so sorry for your loss. Paul was a good man.