Guest Book for Paul E. Brown

Provided by Woodland Hills Funeral Home

Posted by: Mary Clare Hunt
Fri April 23, 2021
GraceAnn I remember Paul being the "oldest" brother next to Mary Ellen. I have a memory of dancing with all the Wilfahrt "my generation" cousins at his and your wedding. His sense of humor along with Mary Ellen's came from his dad, Henry. You may feel like you've lost Paul but he's in your memory and heart, and better yet he's in the heart of The Lord. Condolences to your family.
 

 
Posted by: Jeff Scott
Fri April 23, 2021
Grace Ann, I am so sorry for your loss of Paul. I was shocked to hear about it. I started thinking is all the times we spent together in Mankato in the 60-70s. Golfing, Meatless, St Louis, Paul pacing Sherri's floor with me in Fargo. All that and more good times. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Paul....RIP
 

 
Posted by: Gary and Annette Spiess
Sat April 24, 2021
Our sympathy to the family for your loss.
 

 
Posted by: Liz Stejskal and Tim Whisler
Sun April 25, 2021
GraceAnn,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and the Brown family at Paul's passing. It was always good to see him in New Ulm at the Wilfahrt Family reunion. We will miss him.
 

 
Posted by: LaVerne Hoffman
Mon April 26, 2021
Heard of Paul's passing on KTOE obituaries this morning,  sympathy to the entire family.  Paul was a great back yard neighbor to us when we were in Webster and you on Quincy. We would still be on Webster if the city had left us alone. I saw Paul a while back at Cub grocery store. He was sitting in his chair outside waiting for a ride or someone inside. Had a delightful visit with him.  You have your very own angel watching over you.  Tony and later g Hoffman, former neighbors.