Paul H.
Rochester: Passed away peacefully at the age of 82 on Sunday July 26, 2009. Predeceased by his son David Neumann; brother, Harvey Neumann. Survived by his loving wife of 60 years Ruth Neumann; children, Peggy (Keith) Christensen, Dan (Laurie) Neumann, and Tim (Karen) Neumann; brother, Glenn (Pat) Neumann; sister, Carol (Jim) Sheridan; 8 grandchildren, Robin, Jason, Sara, Pam, Josh, Beth, Michael, Nedelcho; 5 great-grandchildren, Tiffany, Drake, Dylan, Jason Jr., Clifford; several nieces, nephews, cousins, and many dear friends. Paul served faithfully at Orchard Community Church, formerly Latta Road Baptist. He was an active participant in many organizations and a retired senior systems analyst for Rochester Products. Friends may call Wednesday 4-7 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. His Memorial Service will be held Thursday 3 PM at Orchard Community Church, 2285 Latta Rd. Interment held privately. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to North American Baptist Missions Fields or Hildebrandt Hospice in his memory.

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  1. As a young college graduate Paul Neumann was my first salaried boss at Rochester Products. He was ahead of his time with his computer system ideas and I learned a lot from him. He was an excellent boss, organized to a ‘T’, a gentleman and had a fun sense of humor. May he be blessed in heaven and peace granted to those left behind.

  2. Dan,
    Your dad was a great guy and as you know he helped me out in the past. I am sorry for yours and your family’s loss but we know it is his gain now being in the presence of Jesus. You will see him again. Hang in there brother.
    Skip

  3. My thoughts are with the entire Neuman family. Uncle Paul, as we called him, enriched our family’s life by sharing adventures to Allegany State Park–which we probably would not have made without Uncle Paul’s leadership. When we returned home there were the revolving slide trays of photos, neatly categorized which we enjoyed over and over with fun family humor. In the absence of my Dad –Uncle Paul was a positive role model that I look back and appreciate. I’m sure he’s in the heavenly choir just a seat away from Uncle Rudy Kaiser.

  4. Our sincerest condolences for your loss. It is never easy losing a loved one. We have very fond memories of visiting Uncle Paul and the family during trips to Rochester. Deep in my heart I think that there must be a real need for angels and God is only choosing the best of the crop to fill that void. We know that Uncle Paul will not be at a loss for friends as he will have plenty of angels already waiting to greet him. We know that he is in good hands. All our love and prayers go out the the Neumann family. May God Bless you and send His angels to comfort you during this difficult time. Bart and Karen Calabrese.

  5. Paul Neumann was a fine, godly gentleman and we considered ourselves privileged to have known him. We will have good memories of his unique sense of humour and kind, friendly ways. We thank God for Mr. Neumann’s life and know he is now at peace with his Lord and Saviour.
    We are praying for the family left behind, may God grant you His peace and comfort.

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