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Fiehler, Paul

In Loving Memory

Fiehler, Paul A.

On Thursday, June 8, 2023.  Beloved husband of Sandra J. Fiehler (nee: Scherer).  Dear father of Michele (James, deceased) Binder and Renee (David) Dettmer.  Dear grandfather of Ava Dettmer.  Dear son of the late Paul and Hildegard Fiehler.  Dear brother of Sharon (Stephen) Starr and the late Lloyd (Grace, survives) Fiehler.  Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend of many.  SERVICES:  Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois, on Thursday, June 15 from 4pm until 8pm.  Then taken to Christ Memorial Church 5252 S. Lindbergh 63126, on Friday, June 16 for visitation from 10am until funeral service at 11am.  Interment Sunset Cemetery.  Paul was a proud pharmacist, being Director of Pharmacy at DePaul Hospital and retired from St. Anthony’s Hospital.  He was an active member of Christ Memorial Church as well as at the Laclede Groves Senior Community.


6 thoughts on “Fiehler, Paul A.”

  1. Paul and his lovely wife Sandy were the most welcoming people to meet. We always enjoyed spending time with them at pharmacy related outings. Paul met you with his smile and left you with a smile on your own face.

  2. I can never be short with stories, but this one started years ago, with four young men that Paul called the Fab Four. They were all pharmacists and the best of friends. Their lives changed and their family’s grew. I was the second born of our extended family. If there was a party, a graduation, a confirmation or just an excuse to have a beer, our families were always together. We weren’t related by blood, but the bond these young men grew made us all family in our hearts. And then we grew and had children of her own and Paul and Sandy attended parties for them as well. Time marched on and I have a young granddaughter. She took dance lessons at the YMCA. So every day for three years at 10 AM I got to visit with Paul when he came to work out & Sandy took a class. Too soon, my granddaughter started school, and I missed those 10 AM meetings. Two months ago, my son, and I had the pleasure of sitting with Sandy and Paul, enjoying his constant smile and listening to the stories he told my son of when I was a child. Our two hours together didn’t last long enough. We had to say our goodbyes. I left Paul, with him giving me one of his famous smiles, a great big hug and an I love you whispered in my ear. I knew then, it would be the last time I would see him and my heart ached as it does now. But I know he was happy & peaceful in his faith & I am glad he is not suffering any more. The fab 4 has one less smile but I whisper back to you now Paul – I love you too.

  3. Paul was my cousin. My family frequently visited their home when I was growing up. He was older than me so our friendship was less than my older siblings. When I heard that his health was failing, I recently sent him a card and wrote about memories that I had when we visited his family. He suprised me with a call about a month ago and we talked for about 45 minutes renewing our friendship. He was so positive and warm and uplifting in our conversation. I am so thankful for that phone visit! He was so inspiring. Rest in peace, dear cousin.

  4. I will always remember Paul. Being his back up Pharmacist at Hyland for years gives me the wonderful memories. He always had the best advice. We had great conversations and kept in touch all these years. Sandy is the love of his life and loved his girls and granddaughter, who of course were mentioned in every conversation. The week before his passing we had a long conversation about death and life. I will cherish that conversation. Everyone at Hyland will miss him. He was there Paul Prozac as they would lovingly call him.
    May he rest in peace.

  5. We loved Paul. When we saw him last month, he told us he was ready to go home. I hope you find comfort in the truth that he is rejoicing with his Savior. Praying for your comfort.

  6. I’m sorry for the lateness of this memory of Paul. I first met Paul at Laclede Groves when my wife was in the care center there and Paul and Sandy were residents there. Paul and I became good friends and we had many meals together with pleasant conversations where we both shared our love of the Lord Jesus and our families. My condolences to Renee and Michelle and Sandy. I have no doubt that Paul is home with his Lord Jesus.


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