Condolence & Memory Journal

It was always fun to go to the Huetteman House back in grade school. Mr. Huetteman, Dana's Dad, was kind & knowledgable. It was like a party was always going in with so many kids & friends & the volleyball net in the backyard. At church, Mr. Huetteman always seemed to be in the center of the chorus with a boisterous voice & bright light around him because he shined when singing. Good to know that the bright lights continue on with the Huetteman kids. Our sympathies.

Posted by Beth Range Kiely & Terry Kiely - Chicago, IL - Family Friend   October 01, 2020

Paul was kind and generous to me and my family. During the renovation of our house He and Rosalee welcomed us to their home for a few months in 2001. It was a singularly wonderful gesture that meant a lot to our family at the time. Having known and been friends with their family for years, staying with Paul and Rosalee felt like being home and part of their family. We will miss him.

Posted by Keelin Wyman - Chicago, IL - friend   September 30, 2020

We have heard many wonderful stories over the years from Dan about his father and know he was well loved. Our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Posted by Scott & Karin Maida - Minneapolis, MN - Family Friend   September 27, 2020


Even in the few times I met Paul it was obvious what a bright soul he was. His kindness, friendliness, and genuine love for all was clear to me. It is no surprise that he would administer Holy Communion to the elderly and homebound. I am certain his smile, kindness and charm brightened the day for those he visited. He leaves a legacy of family, love and acts of Christian kindness. What a legacy! So sorry for Dana and the Huetteman family for your loss. Prayers. Tom Carroll

Posted by Thomas Carroll - Chicago, IL - Family Friend   September 27, 2020

Tom and Joan Wisinski express their Deepest Sympathy to Paul's family. We all will miss him and his humor.


Posted by Joan & Tom Wisinski - Palos Park, IL - Friend   September 23, 2020

Uncle Paul was so kind. Every time I saw him he was always so gracious. He had the loving gift
of looking you in the eye and wanted to hear
all about how you were doing. Will miss him

Posted by Kathy Squillace - Grosse Pointe Woods, MI - Family   September 23, 2020

In the Bible (Matt 10:42), Jesus tells his disciples that (paraphrasing) "anyone who gives a cup of cold water to someone in need will certainly not lose their reward." I can't read that verse without thinking of Paul. When I was about 10 years old, I was visiting Paul and Rosalie at their house in Troy. It was a hot day and outside their home there were two older men sitting on the curb, hot and tired. Paul went into the house and came back with a glass of cold water for each of them and asked if they wanted more. That really exemplified the caring person Paul was. Enjoy your "reward" Paul. You truly earned it!

Posted by Jim Tavernit - Apex, NC - Family   September 22, 2020

uncle Paul was all that and much more. I'm so happy he led such a long and wonderful life.

Posted by Ron Tavernit - Romeo, MI - Family   September 22, 2020