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Paul C. Trimmer

Paul C. Trimmer

May 22, 2012

Paul C. Trimmer, 52, of Eau Claire died unexpectedly on March 24, 2012, in Eau Claire.


He was born June 1, 1959, in St. Paul, MN, the son of George and Betty (Boyd) Trimmer.  He graduated High School in Oconomowoc, WI and went on to graduate from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. 


Paul worked primarily as freelance artist around the Eau Claire and Milwaukee area.


He is survived by his father, George; two brothers, Carl and George Jr.; and a sister, Barbara; an uncle, Richard Boyd; numerous cousins.


Paul was preceded in death by his mother.


Private family services will be held later.


Chippewa Valley Cremation Services is serving the family. 


Private family services will be held.

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  • Patrick Lee I just learned now of Paul's passing. I worked with Paul in Wisconsin back when he worked for he Appraisal Company Downtown. Paul and I were friends for many years and he always challenged me to make the most out of what God gave me. I also met his parents on more than one occasion. I have been in Arizona now since 1994 and lost contact with Paul prior to his passing, but now that I know about this happening I will be dedicated to prayers for Paul everyday of my life, as Paul knew that I was a Catholic who believed in God's Mercy and I know He will have Mercy on Paul who He loves.

    Blessings to your Family

    Patrick Lee

    July 24 at 3:25pm

  • Jack and Debbi Roelandts Barb and family:
    Our prayers and deepest sympathy to you all in the loss of your brother Paul. May the memories you have of him sustain you in your grief.
    Jack and Debbi Roelandts
    Oconomowoc Wisconsin

    June 25 at 5:29pm

  • Lisa Rossano Sorry about Paul he was a good man

    June 9 at 8:32pm

  • sandy maulucci I wanted to let you know I had the privilege of knowing Paul when he went on the outings with me when I drove the van from Positive Avenues.
    He always brought such joy and was such fun on the outings.
    He could always cheer someone up, and had a good sense of humor.
    He was always helpful on the outings, and always had a kind word to say.
    I admired his artistic talent, and have hanging in my house a treasured picture he drew of all 15 of us in the van when we went to the Twins game.
    The outings ended over a year ago, and I didn't get a chance to see him much.
    He was a kind man. I pray that he is happy in Heaven.

    June 6 at 2:54PM

  • Larry Metzenbauer Carl,
    Sorry to hear about your brother. I can relate as I recently lost an uncle who was single and to my brother and I he was just like a brother.
    May the Christ that is in you heal the hurt and the pain of your loss and strengthen you. Remember Paul is now with The Creator God the Father of us all!
    God Bless you and your family,
    Larry & Sharon Metzenbauer

    May 29 at 12:55PM

  • bobbie sue berg i am sorry for your loss he was a good friend to me again i am sorry

    May 24 at 6:06PM

  • Tricia I truly enjoyed getting to know Paul over the last 9 years and was always a pleasure to see him. May good memories always be available at times when you feel the most sorrow.

    May 24 at 12:30PM

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