Paul Burton Bossard
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Paul Burton Bossard
Born in Hydetown September 26, 1934, he was the son of Paul and Gertrude Bossard. Paul was a graduate of Townville High School. Paul then served in the U.S. Army in Turkey from September, 1957-September, 1959 with honorable discharge. He was employed by Conrail and subsidiaries in the railroad industry for over 40 years.
Paul's hobbies included buying, selling and collecting cars, tractors and farm machinery. He also enjoyed playing cards and talking to the many people he met along his way.
Besides his parents, Paul was predeceased by former wife Dora, special companion Shirley Lamson, brother and sister-in-law Donald and Barbara (King) Bossard, brother-in-law Raymond Proper, brother-in-law John Moore, 2 nieces and 2 nephews.
Surviving Paul are daughter, Debbie Molder and husband Doug, grandson Justin Molder all of Akron OH; sister, Eleanor Moore of Meadville; brother, Jack Bossard and wife Marilyn of Estill Springs TN as well as many nieces and nephews.
Ryan Warren Funeral Home was is in charge of arrangements. A celebration of life memorial is planned at a later date with a military tribute conducted by V.F.W. Bruce Shorts Post 5958, Titusville of which Paul was a member.
Memorials in Paul's name may be made to Staff Appreciation Fund Of Juniper Village, 455 Chestnut St Meadville PA 16335 or V.F.W. Bruce Shorts Post 5958, 206 Saint John St Titusville PA 16354.
The family would like to extend their thanks to the staff at Juniper Village for all of the good care Paul received in the short time he was a resident there.
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