Paul R. Sloan
Paul R. Sloan age 83, born December 23, 1930 in Winona, MO to Harl T. and Goldie B. (Roberts) Sloan, died December 1st, 2014 at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. He graduated from Liberty Memorial High School, in Lawrence, KS, 1948. He entered the Air Force and served in the Korean War. Upon returning to Lawrence he and his brother Howard started Sloan Brothers Drywall in 1951. Paul continued in drywall construction for over 30 years and built houses for over 15 years.
He married Zella “Frances” Moncrief June 29th, 1957. They divorced February 16th, 1990.
He is survived by two sons Brent Sloan, Trent Sloan, and grandson Matthew Sloan of Lawrence, KS. He is also survived by two younger brothers Howard Sloan and Kenneth Sloan of Lawrence, KS
Family and friends are invited to gather in remembrance from 5 to 8 pm at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 1803 W. 6th St., Lawrence, KS 66044, on Saturday, December 6th, 2014. Bring pictures and/or stories of Paul to share. Private Inurnment will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Brent and family,
Sorry for you loss. I know he will be missed by many. I bet someone upstairs is needing drywall work.
Brent & Family I’m sorry to hear of your loss. I went to school with you. I remember meeting you first on the school bus,Mr.Norwood was our driver. You are in my thoughts and prayers. It is so devasting to lose a parent. My dad has been gone 11 years and he is still greatly missed. You are in my thoughts.
Denise Gunn Stauffer
Paul was a great friend and neighbor to all of us on Rocky. He built a beautiful home here. He was very talented!
I have many great memories of Paul and Frances too, when I was married to Raymond Roberts, his cousin. Great family. My prayers for all the family for peace…… Luv you all
Sorry for your loss, Dads are wonderful and they are always missed.
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