Paul Edmund Weyandt

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ARLINGTON -- Paul Edmund Weyandt Jr., 71, passed away of heart failure Saturday, April 21, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. Memorial service: 3 p.m. Friday at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Visitation: 2 to 3 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorials: Memorial gifts may be made to Arlington Life Shelter, 325 W. Division St., Arlington, Texas 76011. An avid outdoors man has found his place in the sun. He was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Mary Frances Weyandt. Survivors: His wife, Marcella; daughter, Cassandra; and brothers, Palmer, Robert Bruce, Ray and Randy and their families. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233

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  1. I have known Paul for 50 years and have very fond memories of him. Paul had a commanding presence together with his sense of humor and warm personality that made you immediately like him. We were young together and ready for whatever the world offered…we thought.The world was changing rapidly in the 60’s and Paul was an optimist, full of dreams and hopes for a better future with all the rewards that go with it. I don’t think I knew how to dream or think past the present until I met Paul. We were fishing and hunting buddies in those days and devoted much time to both without ever really hurting the game or fish population much. However, Paul became a student of hunting and fishing and became very good at both while I remain mostly frustrated, yet hopeful. I will miss his emails that showed his brand of humor and interests. I had just sent him an e-mail of an eagle swimming that I know he would have liked because of his great love of the outdoors. I have lost an old friend who I just didn’t get to spend enough time with. All my love to the family. Don Brown

  2. Dear Marcella and Cassy,
    We are so sorry about Paul passing away. We have relived memories of early years and parenthood that we shared together and they are all good. It is a shame that jobs and making a living took us in different directions but at least we continued to stay in touch with occasional cards.
    We were so glad to have Paul in our home a few years ago and Don was so pleased that they could go fishing together. That was really like old times when they did so much fishing together.
    I hope we can get together for lunch the next time we are in the Dallas area visiting Sharon.
    You both have our deepest sympathy and all our love for your loss. LOUISE

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