Paul Pfeffer, of Hanover, passed away peacefully at Hanover and District Hospital on Tuesday, November 08, 2022. He was 87.
Born on April 9, 1935 on the farm in Ayton to the late Wilbert and Doretta (nee Wesch) Pfeffer. Paul was active in the Trinity Lutheran Church Choir and enjoyed playing cards. His favorite game was solo and he enjoyed challenging games with his wife, Ruth. He enjoyed the fall season, especially hunting season.
Survived by loving wife Ruth (nee Becker) of Hanover. Loved father of Bonnie Pfeffer of Ayton and Kathryn Martin (Earl) of Mount Forest. Special grandfather of Sarah (Adam), Aaron "Stick" (Dal), David (Madison), Rachel (Joel), Lydia (Jeremy) and great grandfather of Marissa, Norah, Jayva, Skyla, Nahla, Lola, Anders, Duncan and Dawson. Lovingly remembered by his sister in law Betty Dinniwell of Barrie as well as nieces, nephews and their families. Predeceased by his parents, son Terry Pfeffer, son in law Earl Martin, grandson Jacob, brothers Elmer (Elda), Arnold (Eileen) and sister Ruth (Gordon).
Visitation will be held at Mighton Funeral Home, Hanover, on Thursday, November 10, 2022 from 2-4pm & 6-8pm. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 11, 2022 at 1:00 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church in Ayton. Pastor Heather Spencer-Stoltz officiating. Interment in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Ayton.
Memorial donations to the Trinity Lutheran Church - Ayton would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.
For those wishing to view the recorded service, please follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD7ZKqGpdd0
My sincere sympathy to you RUTH and your family. I am sure that memories of your 62 years of married life will help in dealing with your grief. God bless and comfort you. Katherine- Katherine Weber
My sincere condolences to all- Sherri Williamson
As a cousin of Paul I wish to extend my Condolences to Ruth
and Family May the Good Lord bless his Soul and may he
rest in peace.
I look upon life as a gift of God I did nothing to earn it. Now
the time has come to give it back I have right to complain.
Our condolences to Ruth and family. I spent all my public school years in Paul's class. The church was important to him then and I am so glad that it was always that way with him. Garnet & Alice Schenk .- Garnet Schenk
Dear Ruth, Bonnie, Kathy and Families
I wish to extend to you my sincere condolences on Paul's passing. I am so glad that I was able to connect with all of you at the reunions. We live on with the memories of our loved ones. I am so thankful to have the photos from our times together.
Prayers and blessings from Marlyn Howard
We are sending our sincere sympathies to Ruth and family on Paul's passing. It is important to cherish all the good times. God Bless.- Harvey & Brenda Maes
My sympatyu- Shirley Becker
My condolences to Ruth, Bonnie, Kathy and all the children, grand children and great grand kids. Carolyn and I were neighbors for so many years and watched the kids grow up. Paul and Ruth were the best neighbors anyone could want and we always enjoyed visiting with them. It's never a good time not to be well but the last 2 years have made it especially difficult. I'll remember Paul for so many reasons one of which was our frog hunting days and so many other. I wish you well Ruth as well as all the family. Dick.- Dick Gerhardt
My sympathies Ruth. Thinking of you- Karen Creighton
So sorry to hear of Paul's passing, Ruth, Kathy and Bonnie.
My Mom and Dad were sponsors to Paul, Aaron and Rose Weppler.
Spent many a summer at the farm of Wilbur and Doretta Pfeffer, Paul's
Mom and Dad's. Remember following Paul to collect eggs and other chores
at the farm. Sending comfort to Paul's family in the coming days.
Our deepest sympathies to Ruth and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Alvin, Dale & Joan