Paul Brocker
1951 - 2019
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Paul Brocker
12/8/1951-8/1/2019

Paul Brocker was born December 8, 1951 in upstate New York. Paul and his family grew up Methodist. He worked construction with his father in Germany and other places around the world before settling in Auburn. Paul had a deep passion for health, fitness, and nutrition from an early age. Paul travelled through Central America in his early twenties. He married Connie, the love of his life in 1983 and was baptized at the First Baptist Church of Auburn. In 1985. Paul had two children with Connie: Paul Solace and Madeline Elise (James Durham). Paul is a great father and very loving and supportive. He learned construction from his father, Paul Brocker Jr, at an early age. Later, he built warehouses with his father on railroad property and transitioned into property management. Paul opened a boxing gym which Tony Lopez and Ray Lavato trained at. (Tony Lopez was World Champion). Another passion Paul had was acting. He took part in plays with a theater group in Sacramento Including "Inherit the Wind" and "Cinnabar". He had a genius for memorizing lines. Over the years, he & Connie attended EVFree Church, the Nazarene Church, First Baptist, Sierra Grace Fellowship & more recently Gold Country Church. The body of Christ has been a valuable resource of life, fellowship joy & support. They took their family to Mount Hermon Christian family camp for over 20 years.
Paul is survived by his wife, Connie and both children, Solace, and Madeline. He is also survived by two brothers; Steve (Kharlyn) and Danny, sister, Lorrie Brocker-Bell and their families: He will be greatly missed, but very lovingly remembered.
Services will be held August 17th at Gold Country Church at 2pm, with pot luck and intimate sharing will follow at Brockers shop at 4pm, 164 Team Track Rd. There will be a brief grave side service for family on Monday at 11am.
Published in "Folsom Telegraph, The" on Aug. 17, 2019.
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May 7, 2020
I know this isn't very timely but I still want to offer my sympathies to all of Paul's family. Paul was one who always had a smile and kind words when I'd see him around town....many years after our days in high school at Placer....50 years ago this year. He had a very kind, gentle way about him....I can tell he knew Jesus. Peace and healing to all of you.
Bill Schlichting
December 10, 2019
It's Cristmas soon. I lost a neighbor and while looking up the name,I saw Paul's ob.report.I am so sorry to find this. I remember him at Placer High as a sweet kind guy.and a protective brother.it was Steve I knew better,I'm so sorry.my prayers for the family, holding to my good memories with love for old friends,sincerely, Paula (Renfroe) Swetnam,of Lincoln.
Ms.Paula (Renfroe) Swetnam
September 24, 2019
Love and blessings to you and your family Connie . We are so sorry for the loss of Paul. I remember him as a kind and gentle husband and a supportive father❤May Jesus wrap his loving arms around you.
The Swendner family
September 19, 2019
I am truly sorry for your loss. May the peace of God be with your family during this most difficult time. Phillipians 4:6,7
September 14, 2019
I'm so sorry to hear that Paul passed. I have fond memories of him from Placer High School - always kind and soft spoken.
Mary Beggs
August 22, 2019
I experienced Paul at the Lubeck Mansion when he visited his brother Steve. Such a kind man with a very positive attitude. A real pleasure to be around. Bless him and his family.....
Dr Frank Lozano
August 17, 2019
To the family and friends of Paul the third, I express my deepest sympathy in the loss of this dear soul, Paul. He was also a friend of my former husband, Rusty and they shared boxing as one of their hobbies. Paul was such a personable and humble man of God and a dear friend. Peace and love, Jan Stevens
Jan Stevens
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