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Paul David Loudner (1970 - 2018)

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PITMAN, New Jersey — Paul David Loudner, age 47, of Pitman, New Jersey, died Thursday, January 25, 2018 at his home surrounded by his family. Paul was born June 20, 1970 in Dayton, Ohio to David and Bonnie Wyant Loudner.

Paul is survived by his wife, Nancy Jo DiGirolamo Loudner; sons, Jacob Wyant Loudner and Ethan Matthew Loudner.

In addition to his parents, Paul is also survived by his brother, Jason (Terese) Loudner of Columbus, Ohio and sisters, Rebecca (Jason) Schweisthal and Suzanne (Eric) Wittmer of Centerville, Ohio. Paul is survived by nephews, Nicolas, Noah, Richie and Jaxson and nieces, Brooke, Amelia, Lea, Samantha, and Mahli. Paul is survived by mother-in law, Josephine G. DiGirolamo and sister-in-laws, Terri (Justin) Powell and Candy (Rich) Jackson. He is survived by several aunts, including the "The Golden Girls," uncles, cousins, and a multitude of friends he considered family.

Paul was preceded in death by his grandparents, Carl and Eula Loudner and Paul L. and E. Marie Wyant, and father-in-law, Ronald DiGirolamo.

Paul was a member of Highland Chemical Engine Company in Pitman, New Jersey. He was named Fireman of the Year in 2017. Paul was employed by Cooper Hospital in Camden, New Jersey as an EMT. Paul assisted in coaching football and baseball in Pitman.

Paul was raised in Huber Heights, Ohio. He attended Wayne High School where he was a member of the Cross Country Team and the Warrior Band. Paul graduated in the class of 1988.

Paul was a member of Sulphur Grove United Methodist Church where he was baptized and confirmed his faith in Christ. He was active in Youth Group and Youth Choir. He attended the West Ohio Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church as a youth delegate for several years. He participated in Social Justice seminars in Washington DC and New York City, sponsored by the West Ohio Youth Council.

Paul was a devoted husband and father to Nancy Jo, Jacob, and Ethan. He was a passionate Ohio State Buckey fan! On any given game day, you could hear him shouting, "GO BUCKS!" At the end of the day, Paul will always be remembered, by everyone whose life he touched, as a man who possessed the heart of a true servant.

A celebration of PAUL'S life will be held Saturday, February 17, 2018 at Sulphur Grove United Methodist Church, 7505 Taylorsville Road. Visitation will be 2:00pm – 4:00pm. The service will begin at 4:00pm.


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Kelley Funeral Home
125 Pitman Ave
Pitman, NJ 08071
(856) 589-6308
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Published in Huber Heights Courier from Feb. 5 to Feb. 6, 2018
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