Paul Schlie

Obituary of Paul C. Schlie

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Paul C. Schlie, loving husband of the late Jean M (nee Schneider) and Gail P. (nee VanLandingham). Cherished father of Joe, (Allison) Schlie, Sherri (Ron) Holzman, Lisa (Mike and the late Joe Whitacre) Slattery, Michael (Kristen) Schlie, Herman (Brenda) Hoernschemeyer, Cheryl (Tom) Menke, Greg Hoernschemeyer and the late Rick (Kathy) Schlie. Devoted grandfather of Will (Kelly), Emily (Ian), JC (Katie), Elizabeth, Scott, Patrick, Cait (Tyler), Bobby (Erin), David, Andy, Ben (Destiny), Jean (Corey), Avery, Cameron, Aaron, Olivia, Patrick, Grace, Lexie, and, Sarah. Great-grandfather of Allison, Crosley, Haley, Patrick, Harper, Chloe, Gus, and Jamie. Brother of Nancy (Gerald) DeBrunner, and the late MaryAnn "Dolly" Nischwitz, Thomas Schlie, and William Schlie. He was also preceded in death by his parents, Clifford J. and Mary G. (nee Kasselman) Schlie. Paul served in the US Army during the Korean Conflict with the Counterintelligence Corps. Paul was a GOOD man. There are countless examples: accepting his blind mother-in-law to live with his five children (and only one bathroom!); being a member of the parish Men’s Club and singing in the choir; supporting his children in all of their many endeavors; being an obedient son and a cherished older brother. This list could go on and on… He taught his children by word and example. He faced the deaths of too many loved ones but never became bitter. He trusted God’s plan and continued to walk in faith. He chose to see the good in people and block out the negative. He always had a kind word or compliment for those he saw. As an avid Bengals and Xavier fan nothing made him happier than game days. He enjoyed ice cream and never missed a meal. Paul had a great sense of humor, truly laughed out loud at Benny Hill and The Carol Burnett Show. After a long career with the same company, he was able to retire early. He enjoyed golfing, especially at Myrtle Beach, and taking bus trips. Mostly he loved his family and time spent with his many children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Matthew 25:23: His lord said to him, “Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.” He passed away on Christmas Day at the age of 94. His family was with him. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 2nd from 10AM to 12Noon, at Thomas-Justin Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd. (45236) Kenwood. Mass of Christian burial will follow at 1PM at St. Columban Parish in Loveland, 894 Oakland Rd. (45140). Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Family appreciates memorial donations to Queen City Hospice (see link to left above).
Tuesday
2
January

Visitation

10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
Thomas-Justin Memorial
7500 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Tuesday
2
January

Mass of Christian Burial

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
St. Columban
894 Oakland Dr.
Loveland, Ohio, United States
Tuesday
2
January

Interment

2:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
Gate of Heaven Cemetery
11000 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
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1929 - 2023

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