Paul Jerome Monroe 1934 - 2008

Paul Jerome Monroe

Paul Jerome Monroe

Paul Jerome Monroe passed away on Dec. 20, 2008, in Phoenix, at the Arizona Heart Hospital. He was born in Illinois on October 6, 1934 and departed on December 20, 2008. He resided in Camp Verde, Arizona for the past 11 years. He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. He was a truck driver for many years. He liked fishing, guns and coin collecting.

Leaving behind are three daughters, Donna (Buddy) Worden, Betty (Jack) Walker, both of Camp Verde, and Amy (Tyler) Miller of Santa Fe, New Mexico; and six grandchildren, Christa Worden, Shelby Monroe, William Worden, Layn Miller, Alexandra Miller, and Levi Monroe. Also leaving behind are six brothers and a sister, Bill (Annette) Monroe of Plato, MO, George (Bev) Beneke of Cuba, MO, Tom (Debbie) Ault of Muncie, IN, Jimmy Brown of Wayland, MI, David (Neletta) Monroe of Riverton, WY, Larry Monroe of Oklahoma City, OK and Alice (Greg) Bowling of Fredricksburg, VA. He had many close friends that will miss him. No services will be held per dad's request. Bueler Funeral Home assisted the family.

For Our Dad!

The greatest things you gave us were not found in a store-

They were the things you could never pay for.

You gave us hope, compassion and love-

Things some kids can only dream of,

you gave us courage far stronger then we ever knew

so when we had to let go of you,

and let you pass to a better place,

we some how managed to cope,

By remembering your gift of hope,

we hope you are now safe, watching over us all down here,

And if we may, we have one last thing to do-

we want you to know how special it is to us being a part of you

Because now, we know its OK to be us.

For you were the greatest man we knew-

And we are a part of you!

So please never forget your girls,

The fun things we did, and the great times we had.

Because we will remember it all too-

Because your our dad- and we love you dad!!!

Information provided by the family.

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