Paul Lynn Loftis
August 30, 1967 - January 12, 2020
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Paul Lynn Loftis, age 52, of Springfield, Missouri passed away Sunday, January 12th, 2020 at Cox South. Paul was born in Springfield, Missouri on August 30, 1967 to parents Clinton Loftis and Luella Loftis Sell. Paul graduated Parkview High School. He united in marriage with Maxine on June 28, 2002. Paul enjoyed hunting, fishing and…

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Maxine loftis left a message on January 18, 2020:
To my husband Paul, we spent 20 years together loving each other, laughing, crying, and enjoying life as we saw fit. We loved to fish and camp and enjoy our special TV shows. We loved our families beyond compare and enjoyed getting together with them whenever we could. So to say I'm going to miss you doesn't begin to touch what I'm feeling inside. You were my world my best friend my love of my life my everything! I'll never know how to go on without you. We were both just too co dependent on each other and now One of us is gone and the other is dying inside. I love you Paul and that will never change. There will NEVER be another for me. Fly high baby. But stay in touch with me.
Marcia Gunston left a message on January 16, 2020:
I am so sorry Maxine. Even though I personally didn’t know Paul we messaged a couple of times regarding his wife Maxine. Paul told me Maxine was the love of his life, and for a man to love his animals the way he did that says a lot about his character. My condolences to all of Paul’s family. Gone but I am sure will never be forgotten. Forever young. RIP. Paul. Maxine Paul would want you to keep going now as the fur babies will all be depending on you. Your in my thoughts and prayers. Regards Marcia
Bob Morton left a message on January 15, 2020:
Paul you've left us too soon. You are in a better place. My prayers are with your family.
Larry Loftis left a message on January 14, 2020:
In my heart ,my little brother will never be gone.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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