Paul-Ernst-Obituary

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Paul Wayne Ernst

Grand Prairie, Texas

Oct 31, 1932 – Apr 3, 2012

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Bean-Massey-Burge Funeral Home Obituary

Paul Wayne Ernst, 79, passed away Tuesday, April 3, 2012, at an Arlington hospital following heart and lung illnesses. Service: Memorial Mass will take place at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Alban's Church, 911 S. Davis Drive, Arlington. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that...

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P W was such a special person and always so sweet, kind and friendly. He always teased me by calling me his 'kissin' cousin. I pray the Lord will be with Alice as I know it'll be hard for her without him around. I have every confidence that she will be okay as she is such a strong person. Jan Bass

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mike joins me in sending our deepest sympathy to Alice, Steve and Keith and their families in this time of sorrow. Many memories from the early days on Balla Way.

Alice, I love you and wish I were there to give you a hug - you are in my prayers!!!!

What a wonderful collection of photographs. Aunt Alice, Steve, and Keith, you're in my thoughts. I wish I could be with you on Monday, but I will be sending lots of love from Iowa.

My sympathy to Alice & the boys. I loved Paul Wayne and consider he and Alice good friends. I remember so many good times in the past and what fun we had working together.

Pat Little

We loved Paul Wayne: we enjoyed our many card games while living in White Bluff and visits in Grand Prairie...we were so blessed to have he and Alice as our friends: we will miss he so very much . Sarah & Pat Torbett

Kay, we are remembering you and your brother's family in our prayers.

To the Ernst Family,
I loved Paul. He was a man of God with the kindest heart in the world. Paul and Alice are the dearest friends to me and Paul was always there to lend a hand at White Bluff when we didn't have the right tools or needed Mr. Fix-It advice on anything. He loved his family beyond measure and his Lord even more. There was no better man than Paul Ernst. The biggest heart and the most helpful hands in the world! I will miss his sweet spirit.