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Paul Albert Pallmann

July 25, 1943 — September 13, 2023


Paul Albert Pallmann passed away on September 13, 2023, in Huntersville. Born on July 25, 1943, in New York, Paul was the cherished son of Franz and Martha Seick Pallmann. He grew up alongside his late brothers Ludwig and Frank Pallmann, building strong bonds that lasted throughout his life.

Paul's love story began when he met Sandra Lee Pallmann. After 59 years of marriage, their relationship was a testament to the enduring power of love and commitment. Together they navigated life's challenges and created a loving home where their children flourished. Paul always enjoyed Sandra's home cooking.

Paul had a profound passion for history and a thirst for knowledge that knew no bounds. Often referred to as a walking encyclopedia, he could regale anyone with captivating stories about various historical events. His expertise extended far beyond history; it seemed like he knew everything about everything. This intellectual curiosity shaped his character and endeared him to all who knew him.

An avid lover of animals, especially dogs, Paul found solace in the companionship of these four-legged creatures. He believed that dogs possessed an uncanny ability to bring joy and comfort to the human soul. Their presence in his life added immeasurable happiness during his earthly journey.

When Paul wasn't delving into books or engaging in lively conversations with loved ones, he often found himself cozied up watching television programs on the History Channel, Discovery Channel, and Military Channel. These shows allowed him to deepen his understanding of the world while entertaining him with fascinating stories from various eras.

Especially known for his extensive collection of collectible items, Paul possessed an unmatched eye for unique pieces that told stories from different times and places. His treasure trove was a testament to his appreciation for artistry and craftsmanship.

Paul's zest for life extended beyond the confines of his home; he enjoyed traveling to upstate New York and relished camping adventures. The serene beauty of nature brought a sense of tranquility and wonder to his heart, fueling his spirit for exploration and discovery.

A connoisseur of 50s and 60s era music, Paul reveled in the nostalgic melodies that resonated with his soul. These timeless tunes transported him to cherished memories and never failed to put a smile on his face.

Paul's memory will forever be held close by his loving wife, Sandra Lee Pallmann, who stood by his side throughout their remarkable journey. His legacy lives on through his daughter Tammy Lee Pierce and sons Keith Roland Pallmann and Jeremiah Michael Pallmann, along with their respective spouses Karen Marie Pallmann and Agnus Ayeley Pallmann. Paul's presence will be deeply missed by his grandchildren Ryan Pierce and wife Marissa Lynn Pierce, Steven Pierce, Kyle Pallmann, Connor Pallmann, Ashley Pallmann, Lucas Pallmann, Nariah Pallmann, as well as great-grandsons Ryder and Theodore Pierce.

In addition to his immediate family, Paul leaves behind many other members of the Pallmann family which included his sister-in-law, Deborah Brower and husband Stanley, along with his sister-in-law Edith Pallmann and her family. 

Paul Albert Pallmann was a man who loved unconditionally, lived fiercely in pursuit of knowledge, and found joy in the simplest of moments. His unwavering faith in the Lord guided him throughout his life's journey. Although we mourn his passing, let us celebrate the remarkable life he led and the undying love he bestowed upon those fortunate enough to know him.

Rest in eternal peace, dear Paul. You have left an indelible mark on our hearts that will forever hold your memory close.

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