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Paul Edward Postlethwaite
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Birth: Dec. 14, 1934
Troy
Rensselaer County
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 8, 2008
Blooming Prairie
Steele County
Minnesota, USA

BLOOMING PRAIRIE -- Paul E. Postlethwaite, 73, of Blooming Prairie, died Thursday (July 10, 2008) at Prairie Manor Care Center.

He was born Dec. 14, 1934, in Troy, N.Y., and grew up in the Buffalo, N.Y., area. He moved to Minnesota, where he lived for a few years before making his home in Melbourne, Fla., for 22 years. He returned to Minnesota in 2005, residing in Blooming Prairie.

Mr. Postlethwaite was a locksmith by trade and a member of the Quaker faith. He enjoyed recording CDs, collecting electronics and telling jokes.

He is survived by two daughters, Lisa (Paul) Vacek of Ellendale, Minn., and Carol Postlethwaite (Brian Timm) of Chanhassen, Minn.; and a sister, Joan Longcope of Westminster, Mass. Other survivors include two grandchildren, Jade and Autumn Vacek; and a cousin, Kathy Ford of Denver. He was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Jim Longcope.

A Quaker service for Mr. Postlethwaite will be held at a later date. Interment will be in Orchard Park Quaker Meeting House Cemetery in New York.

Worlein Blooming Prairie Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements.

He is the son of Clarence Gayton "Gayton" Postlethwaite & Althea Fletcher.
 
 
Burial:
Quaker Meeting House Cemetery
Flushing
Queens County
New York, USA
 
Created by: Elizabeth Prince
Record added: Jun 14, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112287673
Paul Edward Postlethwaite
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