Paul niece Gerri was my best friend, we grew up together, we would go visit and have a great time.
Charles(my husband) worked with Paul and he would pick him up to go to breakfast. we both will miss him.
Love & Prayers to the family.
We will miss our Great Uncle Paul very much. He was such a kind hearted person and always had a smile. He always remembered all of the kids names and always asked about him. Wish we could attend the funeral Thursday, but can not get away from TN at this time. Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Mark and Lori Scheidt (Leinweber).
I always remember my first summer working for Paul as a "summer grunt" in the mountains west of Boulder. He was a leader without trying to be one and always set a high bar for the men who worked for him. It was a pleasure to know Paul and Charlotte over these many years and I offer my condolances to his family.
Paul was the quintessential American. Giving, kind, extraordinarily skilled and modest to a fault. I had the pleasure of knowing Paul and "Char" from 1977 to 1987 as a neighbor across the street.
I was a single guy at the time and Paul (interestingly) always had a little 'counsel' to offer to me. A touch of Jack Daniels would enhance his insightful commentary and I spent many a delightful hour basking in the light that issued forth from Paul.
He loved to tinker and, having spent his entire life being useful and capable, the odd fixit tasks that he'd undertake for me were clearly relished.
Randy and Donna next door cared deeply for him and I'd reckon had much to do with his ability to remain in the house as long as he did.
Paul Leinweber was the kind of man that defined this country. I was surprised to discover that he had sight in one eye. I never knew it. He had to have volunteered as a Medic during the War, which would have been completely consistent with his spirit.
I'm traveling and won't be able to attend the service but my wife Anne, who also had great affection for Paul and Char, will be in attendance.
You must have been very proud of this deep and abiding soul.
All our respects and condolences.
Henry and Anne Beer formerly of 3076 10th Street.
I remember playing on Saturdays with Judy and others, while our little sisters, Jan and Peggy played; waiting for Boris Karloff to come on TV and scare us all to death! Paul and Charlotte did not seem to care how loud we screamed - only that we were having fun and kept room for cookies!
Our mothers' grandmothers were sisters! On behalf of the Bergman family, our condolences to the Leinweber family.
Paul and Charlotte used to go to dinner at the Black Eyed Pea with my Mom and Dad, and then with my Dad when my Mom passed away. They were such cheerful, wonderful people. RIP and how nice that he and Charlotte are together again. Sheila (Powell) Grotzky
What a wonderful dear person Paul was. He will be greatly missed by all at Dr. Cleeves office. Love and prayers for your family.
Paul was a very kind man and beloved husband and father. Several of our caregivers have had the joy and privilege of getting to know Paul and his late wife, Charlotte, over the past several years. He will be dearly missed by the caregivers and support staff of Homewatch CareGivers. Our warmest thoughts are with his friends and family.
After a close personal friend of mine and to Paul had died in 1998 Paul always called every 3 to 4 weeks to see how I was doing. He was such a caring person and I will miss him. Bea Mulcahy
Paul and Charlotte were the greatest neighbors, friends and role models anyone could have. Paul was always there to give any kind of help to his neighbors when ever needed. Over the years I have always judged my neighbors by the "bar" set by Paul. Both my mom (Pat) and I have said of our neighborhoods since leaving Boulder. They are no "Paul Leinweber" He was the best. I will always have special memories of growing up with him in my life.
Paul and Charlotte have a very special place in my heart. I was blessed to have been able to know and care for them over the last 10 years. my love and prayers to the family.
I hope all the memories of great times together,bring you all peace.I feel blessed to have visited and laughed,with both Char and Paul.They were very special people.
I had the distinct pleasure of working with Paul for several years and seeing him for several more after his retirement. He was SUCH a good man. Strong but always showing his genuine concern about how you were fairing in life. I feel fortunate to have known him.
The entire staff of Crist Mortuary would like to express their deepest condolences to Paul's family.
Paul was the best neighbor to my parents who lived next door - he shoveled the snow and did may odd jobs for my Mom after my Dad died. He and Charlotte were very dear in my heart. God Bless him.
My memories of my Uncle Paul have been mostly those since my father passed away and my mother, Esther Proctor, Paul's younger sister, moved to Loveland from Englewood about 8 years ago.
Mom and I would stop at KFC in Longmont on our way to Boulder to see Paul and Charlotte. Paul could really pack away the food in those days! He especially enjoyed my homemade cupcakes for dessert.
Mom had a special fondness for Paul because of his vision problems. She, like so many of us, was amazed at his ability to perform life's daily tasks with such a challenge. Especially inspirational was his gardening finesse.
After Charlotte died, and as Paul's vision deteriorated more and it became more painful for him to keep his eyes open, he would sit, with his head tilted back, eyes closed, and listen to Esther's renditions of growing up in Niwot. I thought he had fallen asleep on her, but every so often , he would get a word in.
My first visit without Mom, after she died in May, 2013, was a challenge for me, but Uncle Paul, in his matter-of-fact way put me at ease. His warm hug helped too!
On my final KFC catering visit a few months ago, I could tell Paul was very uncomfortable. He then informed me of his heart problem. I also wondered what a lonely feeling it must have been to be the last of the Leinweber legacy of so many siblings!
I have cherished memories of being a part of such a unique extended family.
Uncle Paul, I will miss our visits.
I have so many cherished memories of Paul when I was growing up in the neighborhood. I still remember his Public Service truck he parked on the street at the end of his work day. Paul always said "Hi Chellee" and I still can hear his voice and see the smile on his face. He was a very kind and generous man; an honor to have known him for over 60 years. May God ease your pain. With love, Chel