PAUL JAHOLKOWSKI


IN LOVING MEMORY Remembering a Fallen Tower Paul Joseph Jaholkowski April 1, 1945- November 25, 1999 You have only been gone a short while, But it seems like forever When we don't see your smile or hear your laughter, The pain and grief that is built up inside Because a person like you had so much honor and pride That the man upstairs wrongfully took your life. Not only was your family your life, but your trucks were too. Each one kept polished on the outside, but cleaner on the inside, as it was your second home. A beautiful grandson is now in your place, And I'm sure he follows in your place. A person like you is one that cared, A person like you is one that was fair. A person like you taught the value of a dollar, But never made me grow taller. A special person like you, Paul, will always be one of a kind. We will keep the wheels rolling on your trucks. You would be proud of the things they say about how you spent your towers life. Love, Sister Marysia, Brother Mike, Nieces; Annette, Marianne, Maricia, Chrissy, Patty, & your great nephew, Andrew and nieces Alex and Annie. And the whole crew at Florida Towing & Mike's Garage & Wrecker Service.


Published in the TC Palm on Nov. 25, 2012