Paul Louis Major
November 8, 1946 - November 2, 2020
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Paul Louis Major, 73, passed away on November 2, 2020 at Cox Hospital in Springfield, MO. He was born on November 8, 1946 in Kansas City, MO to Paul and Marianne Major. Paul grew up in Kansas City, Mo. He graduated from Southeast High School in Kansas City, MO. After high school he attended Graff…

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Brenda Duree left a message on November 7, 2020:
How can I even express how much I will miss my Uncle Paul. He has always been a huge part of our lives for as long as I can remember. I will forever remember him with that big ol' smile on his face and laughing that unforgettable laugh. He loved his life with Marcia, Kim and Shannon and his grandbabies so much and always made sure they had everything they wanted and needed. He was the best husband, father, uncle , brother and friend that anyone could ever ask for. We shared a lot of memories but my favorite of all was going to the car shows on Glenstone and watching all the old cars go by and he knew what every single one of them were. I don't think there was anything my Uncle Paulie didn't know. We had some wonderful times together being at the lake, playing cards, spoons and Left, Right, Center( which he always kicked our butts at) BBQs, swim parties at their pools, taking road trips, and best of all just talking in their home or in their driveway until late at night. We loved him so much, he meant the world to us and we will miss him more than my words can ever say. I know that he is home now fishing in the most beautiful lake we could ever imagine with no more sickness or pain. We promise we will take good care of Marcia for you Uncle Paulie ...until we meet again.
Carol Hooper Cooper left a message on November 7, 2020:
I don’t know how old I was the first time I met Paul but it was in the with house in Bolivar and he was sitting on the sofa with Marcia and they had their boxer with them. I’d never seen a dog’s tail bandaged and Paul patiently answered all my questions about docking a dog’s tail. He wasn’t my uncle, but I called him Uncle Pauly growing up. Over the last few decades any time I saw Paul at family gatherings we always had a moment or two of conversation. There was an easiness about chatting with Paul that doesn’t happen with very many people. He was a lovely, gentle, man and will be missed. Carol Hooper Cooper
Sharon Pangborn left a message on November 6, 2020:
I am so sorry for loss.
Helen Gill left a message on November 6, 2020:
Word's could never explain what a wonderful man Paul was and how greatly he was loved by our family and all that knew him. His passing has left a hole in our family that can never be filled. I know that Paul is in Heaven now with his baby daughter Amanda and is also fishing with his brother-in-law Jack. GOD has received a wonderful and loving man.
Laura Guimond left a message on November 6, 2020:
Paul was such a wonderful man, so many fond memories. He was always so kind and encouraging. He will be missed dearly.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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