Paul-Chenoweth-Obituary

Paul Chenoweth

San Diego, California

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Rest in peace and love my dear brother. So grateful that we reconnected with each other. Love you always, and you will always reside in my heart and memories.

Rest easy shipmate. It was a pleasure serving with you (Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, 1989-1991). HMCS(FMF/SW) D. Basco

You were the best dad and grandpa ever!! Always there for us when we needed you. You will forever and always be in my heart. I miss you so much! Love you always dad

Paul was a Great Father to my friend and her family.He always had a smile and a good joke for us when we came around to see Amanda. He would give us the best advice he could when We asked him for it. He will Be Missed.

I enjoyed working with you, but most enjoyed sitting in you backyard, where you would make us all laugh and laugh. My sympathies to your family, especially Melanie and Amanda. You will be missed!

You'll never be forgotten, my friend.

You are a respected and beloved friend to so many. If there were a stairway to heaven I would walk up and bring you back down. I will think about you always and remember you forever

You have always been a great grandpa and I will miss you. You were always there to support me, like at my soccer games. You always made me smile when you were around. I will really miss your meatloaf. Rest in peace Grandpa.

You were a great grandpa and I love you so much. I liked how you always made those great dinners. I hope you rest in peace Grandpa

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Paul's Obituary

Chenoweth, Paul OCEANSIDE -- Paul Chenoweth, 60, left this world on October 30, 2012. He was born on January 10, 1952 in Michigan. His family moved from Michigan to Arizona when he was three months old. He joined the Navy in 1969 where he served as a Hospital Corpsman for 23 years. He was...

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