Paul Lewis Varsalona

Kansas City, Missouri

Sep 4, 1919 – Jun 2, 2019


September 4, 1919
June 2, 2019
Kansas City, Missouri


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Paul Lewis Varsalona We said goodbye to one of the best of "The Greatest Generation" on June 2, 2019. Born September 4, 1919 in Arma, Kansas to Joseph & Carmella Varsalona. Paul was the youngest of 7 brothers and 4 sisters. After Pearl Harbor like so many young patriots, he heard the call and...

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Paul. Quite a man.

Paul touched our lives for over 30 years. He filled our office with humor and stories. He was always talking about his family and how proud he was of his children. Paul was the epitome of America's Greatest Generation. It was an honor and a privilege to have known such a great man. He is irreplaceable and one of a kind. With much love we wish him goodbye.

Dr. George Sroor, Denise Sroor and staff

I am so sorry for the loss of your dad, Paul. He was truly a loyal and great person always. I considered it an honor and a privilege to help him.
I'm sorry that I was unable to attend his services due to work but I've been consumed by thoughts of him and what a wonderful person he was.
May he rest in peace with Jesus, Dorothy and the rest of his friends and family.

Carmella and family,I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. I always enjoyed talking your dad. I'm sorry I couldn't attend his service but I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers and I hope time will heal all of your hearts.


May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. Mom(Betty Cardiali) and I both have such fond memories of Frank and were so happy to have spent the day with him when he was honored by the American Legion here in Arma. Our hearts will be there with you tomorrow and you know Daddy will be up there welcoming him. Good Bless, with love Pamela

Paul assumed the role of Godfather in my life and was just as strict with me as his own children. Or at least he tried. I've always said that Paul and Dorthy were my other set of parents.Their house was full of laughter and generosity and wonderful food! I certainly am missing him already. He was bigger than life to me. God bless you Paul and your family. You were loved by many.

A wonderful man, dad and role model, the finest I ever had the honor to know. The world's poorer for his passing, but was enriched for 99 years by his being in it. We all were blessed by that. May he rest in peace and joy in the arms of the Lord.

Mr. Varsalona it was an honor to have known you. We will forever cherish the fond memories, your warm greeting, infectious smile and mid-western charm. Thank you for your noble service to our country and for the countless people you helped along the way. You showed great strength,charity and dignity til the end. May you rest in eternal peace! The DeVirgilio Family

We didn't know Paul. However, knowing Paula for many years, Paul must have been a wonderful person and father because he raised one beautiful and talented daughter. We have also been friends with Paula and Joe for many years and they only had the loveliest things to say about Paul. May he rest in the arms of Jesus. At almost 100 years of age, and all the good deeds he has done, he certainly has earned his place in heaven. God Bless the family - David & Wanda Borges/Zell