Paul J. Kablitz
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Paul J. Kablitz

WAUKESHA - Passed Saturday, October 17, 2020. Age 93. Born in Milwaukee, he moved to Brady, WI at age 11. Attended Tomahawk High School and Rhinelander High School before moving back to Milwaukee and graduated from Rufus King High School. Served in the US Navy in the Pacific and China. Attended MSOE, Carroll University, University of Wisconsin and WCTC. Married Patricia Zenda and had two children, Jeffery Paul (Patricia) and Jennifer (James) Kendrick. Grandfather of Paul Mathew and Elizabeth and great grandfather of Jenna, Parker, Christian and Grady. Born to Paul C. and Florence B. Kablitz. Brother of Ervin (Elleen) Kablitz, Orpha (Bob) Zeitelback, and Shirley (Raymond) Kossoris. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Private Services will be held. Paul will be interned with his parents and family in Prairie Rapids Cemetery in Tomahawk WI. Retired from Miller Brewing Company after 35 years. Member of Brewery Worker #9 and the Lion's Club - West Allis. He regretted not getting his flying license, but hopefully he will receive his wings now.

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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Oct. 17 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 18, 2020
Paul was my favorite neighbor. I have fond memories of the many conversations we had, as his dog Tucker and mine played in his back yard. Always with a Miller product. RIP my friend
October 18, 2020
Enjoyed knowing Paul as a family member all my life. Always pleasant and friendly to everybody. May God be with his family during their time of sorrow.
Gary and Sandy Zenda
October 17, 2020
Paul was one of my favorite friends. He was always there to talk to and share thoughts with. He served on the Waukesha County Sheriffs Citizen's Academy Alumni and that is where I met him. We served on the board together. He was a long time member. I will miss having our talks and getting advice from Paul. I will definitely miss him and his infectious smile and witty responses.
Cathy Selerski
October 17, 2020
Paul, will be truly missed. He was very active in his Union, Brewery Workers Local 9 UAW AFL- CIO, both while he was working and in retirement. Paul, was also involved in many activities as both a worker and retiree of Miller Brewery. Paul's, giving of his time to being involved, and a positive influence was second to none. If Paul, wasn't at a Union, or Miller retiree function it was noticed. Paul's outspoken support of me as young Union leader will be forever cherished. The amount of people Paul had as friends was endless. May he rest in peace.
Jay Kopplin, retired Union Pres. and UAW rep.
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