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Paul R. Traubert Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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September 21, 2017
My sincere condolences to your family for the loss of your love one. Please know that God is near to give you the strength to endure and may you take comfort in God's loving promise that he will bring back those we have lost in death-John 5:25-29.
September 15, 2017
I first remember Paul in his St. Charles, IL. dental practice. He hired me as his assistant. I learned a lot from him, not just dentistry but about living life actively, realistically and fully.

When Paul and Rose moved away from Illinois they'd call my husband, Dick, and me when they returned to town on a visit. We'd enjoy lunch together at the Hotel Baker in downtown St. Charles reminiscing all the while. It was a favorite dining spot of the delightful couple.

Paul was a wonderful letter-writer. In fact, he was the last of my old friends who sent long and typewriter-written letters via snail mail. It was always a treat to receive one.

In May of this year (2017) Paul called me in my Florida home to say "goodbye." He let me know our letter exchange would end due to his poor health. He was at peace with his situation, he said.

I'll miss Paul, his humor and wit, clever descriptions ...learning to play the "penny whistle" ...giving private concerts for Rose ...reporting a recent read in Spanish or French, some historical novels, etc.

Paul once sent a couple of new friends from his residence home to see me in Florida because he thought we'd enjoy one another's company. We did.

Dr. Paul R. Traubert was an excellent dentist, a good friend and wonderful correspondent. He will certainly be missed. I send my fondest condolences to family members ... some of whom I remember from the time of their early childhood. Janet (Supitilov) Vanthournout