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Paul E. O'Bradovich

September 14, 1925 - July 24, 2010
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Paul E. O'Bradovich, age 84, of Gary, IN passed away on Saturday July 24, 2010. He is survived by daughter, Marian Michael Gabrione of Schererville, IN; son, Charles O'Bradovich of Toccoa, GA; grandchildren: Jessica, Ashlee, Thomas, Jenna, James, Jan, Joseph, Oscar, and Charles Paul II; great-grandchildren: Isaiah and Elijah; sister, Charlotte Pest of Michigan City,Continue Reading

Jessica O'Bradovich left a message on January 10, 2011:
I think about you everday, I miss you everyday!!! I can not wait to see you again,,, I love you so much grandpa!!!
Dean Hutchins left a message on July 27, 2010:
My most sincere condolences to the surviving family members of Paul. I've known him since I was about 12 y/o and am now 56 y/o. I remember him well from Emmanuel Lutheran but he was also friends with my late father, Arthur Hutchins. I played dartball with Paul as a team member and as an opponent along with my dad and my son Michael. There was no better sport than Paul and always a gentleman. Paul had a good sense of humor and made interesting conversation anytime we happened upon one another. I have some truly fond memories of him and he will be missed greatly by all who have come to know him even half as well as I did. May he rest in a peace well earned. God bless you Paul and farewell until we meet again.
Joyce Pest Kerley left a message on July 26, 2010:
My sympathies to all of Uncle Paul's family and friends. I admire the way he tried to live his life to the fullest his last years despite his failing body, Branson, MO, or lunch, just to get out. We only saw each other a few times of late, my mom's 80th our last visit. But most of my memories come from the annual week-long stays at his house with my sisters over elementary school winter break, roaming the empty lot near his house. When I went out to the field in my patent leather shoes and got my foot stuck in mud up to my knee, thus losing my dress shoe - he did his worst....made me think up my own punishment! He truly cherished his religion and may he be free of pain and problems with God. Love always, Joyce
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