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Paul Schenk

Died: Friday, May 28, 2010
Age: 73
Paul Schenk, 73, of Kaleva, Michigan previously of Almont and Imlay City passed away Friday, May 28, 2010 at his home.

Paul Charlie Schenk was born on August 5, 1936 in Gagetown, Michigan. He was the son of Paul and Martha Schenk. He grew up in Filion and the Bad Axe area.

He married Debra Lynn Dotson on May 26, 2009 in Manistee, Michigan. Paul was married to his first wife Eleanor and second wife Edith who preceded him in death.

Paul served his country in the U.S. Army. He retired from General Motors Warren Tech Center in 2001. He moved to Kaleva, Michigan in 2003. Paul loved being up north. He taught his daughters Lori and Toni to love nature.

He enjoyed hunting and exploring through the back roads around the farm.

Paul could fix and make anything using makeshift supplies. Paul was considered to be the original MacGyver. Paul built his daughter Lori’s first car, a 1971 Camaro.

He is survived by his wife, Debra Dotson Schenk of Kaleva, Michigan; daughters, Lori (Bob) Schultz of Howell and Toni (Perry) Minton of White Lake; grandchildren, Daulton Hurst and Brittany Schultz; stepchildren, Dianeme, Glenn ( Patrice), and Aileen (George); stepgrandchildren, Kim & Chris and Rachel; sister, Shirley Arquette; step-sisters, Madison Chase, Ava Chase and Delanie Chase; parents-in-law, Jack and Olabelle Dotson of Imlay City.

He is preceded in death by his second wife Edith; parents, Paul and Martha Schenk; sister, Betty Williams and brother-in-law Joseph Arquette.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at Muir Brothers Funeral Home in Imlay City. Deacon Brian Trombley will officiate.

For more information please visit our online guest book at muirbrothersfh.com

Funeral arrangements by Muir Brothers Funeral Home.
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