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Paul Wiese age 71 passed away unexpectedly Monday January 8th 2018. Join the family for a celebration of life on Saturday, January 13th from 1 – 3 pm at Hill Funeral Home 220 S. State Street, Westerville OH 43081. In lieu of flowers please donate to CHA Animal Shelter:

After many years, Paul and I recently got re-acquainted at Champions Tennis Club. We talked about our wives, our children, and Paul's projects. I was looking forward to seeing Paul on the tennis court again next summer. He was a nice guy.

My sincere condolences to you, Barb, and to the whole family.


Tom Nelson

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Obituary for Paul H. Wiese

Paul H. Wiese 1946-2018

Paul H. Wiese

07/05/1946 - 01/08/2018

1946-2018 In loving memory It is with great sadness. Paul was a loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather Age 71. Paul was born in Cleveland, Ohio to the late Herbert & Helen Wiese on 7-5-46. He passed away suddenly on 1-8-18. Paul attended Shaw HS graduated in 1964, attended college at Trine (formerly Tristate) graduated in 1969 with a degree in electrical engineering. He met and married Barbara Ann Wiese (Eisner). They just celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary on September 1st, 2017. Paul is survived by his wife Barb and two sons. Brian, wife Carie and their two daughters Ella (6) & Josephine (2). Son Scott, wife Elaine and their two sons Jack (5) and Elias (2). Sister Margaret Ann Lemmon (Wiese) and husband Marv Lemmon. Nephew Steve Bode and daughter Annabella. Niece Patty Carran and son Max. Paul started Avcom SMT, Inc. in 1970-present. His passions were many and limitations few. He enjoyed flying gliders, planes, paragliding and received many metals awards with the L.S.F. and N.A.T.S. flight organizations. He had several U.S. patents in engineering products. Paul was an avid tennis player since high school. Some activities he also enjoyed was fishing, kite flying, RC models air and car, fireworks, rockets, puzzles, engineering, and dancing with Barb. Some of his most special times were spent with his wife and sons and grandchildren. Paul could be a man of few words, but if you were lucky enough to get some wisdom from him, you would walk away a better person for it. The impact he had on his family, friends, and community will be his legacy left on this earth and will be felt into the future. Paul had a zest for life and took on new projects or hobbies with intensity. “Paul will E=MC you later squared by the potential energy you have not understood yet!” Friends who wish may bring pictures to the Celebration of Life for Paul to add to the family photo album. Donations in Paul's name can be made to C.H.A. Animal Shelter, 3765 Corporate Drive, Columbus, OH 43231,