Paul Tepley

Cleveland, Ohio

1931 - 2018


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age 86, born October 4, 1931, passed away July 25, 2018. Paul D. Tepley, age 86, passed away in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 25, 2018. Beloved husband of the late Karen Anderson Tepley, dearest father of Christine (Gary) Pratt; devoted grandfather of Taylor and Tucker all of Sandy, Utah. Dear son...

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Dear Chris,
We are so very sorry for your loss and wish you comfort in the days ahead. Just want you to know we are thinking of you. The Linsenmeyer Family

I worked with Karen at Lakewood Court. She told Paul about my twins who played the trumpet and got into the jazz band starting in junior high school. Paul bought them tickets to see the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra and we all went. After Karen retired, my wife and I would race to Danny Boy's after work on Friday's to talk to them. They glowed when they talked about you all.
I'm very sorry for your loss.
Sue McKeon

So sorry for your loss you have my deepest sympathy and my prays go out to you and may you endure as each day passes by. 1:3,4

The world was definitely a better place with Karen and Paul Tepley . It was a wonderfully written statement of love. I will keep them alive in my heart forever. Thank you Chris for letting us all share your parents.
Ginny Eckardt Sandusky Ohio

Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss father and grandfather. May your fond memories and the peace that God gives comfort and strengthen you during this difficult time. Phillipians 4:6,7,13

Chris, Gary, Taylor and Tucker, we are saddened by your loss and will keep you in our prayers. You have delivered a beautiful tribute to Paul. We have had the pleasure of meeting Paul on the sidelines of Cleveland sports events and working with his wonderful images. Paul was a rare person and we are all better for having him in our lives.

Paul Tepley lives on in the pages of his brilliant photo history of the Cleveland Browns. In the preface he wrote "It is my hope that the photos in this book --Cleveland's Browns-- will bring back a lot of memories of the people and the events that make up the history of the Cleveland Browns."

Paul, you did that so very well. And as we look at those photos we also have very fond memories of the thoughtful, friendly man who took all those great pictures, and...

Rest In Peace Paul, the world was made better with your presence. Thank you for all of your wonderful one of a kind photographs and all of the hard work with The Cleveland West Road Runners Club.
John, Cindy and Isabella Comodeca

In a craft that is known for its shortfall
of modesty, Paul stood out as one of the few who let his work speak for him. And it sure did. Besides being a superb photographer, he was gentle,unflappable and a source of good suggestions for the other parts of the paper. He was respected always. He shall be remembered.