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Paul Leon Del Ray

Published On: Feb 01 2013 02:04:39 PM CST
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Paul L. Del Ray, age 44 of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin passed away on Sunday, January 27, 2013 at his home.

A private family service was held. Paul was born on June 22, 1967 in Racine, Wisconsin the son of Walter and Marian (Vande Loop) Del Ray. He was the youngest of 7 children. He was a hard worker and worked all his life. He loved working on cars and tinkering on things. Motorcycles where is second love. Paul was known as the go to guy. If you had a problem you could always go to him. If he couldn’t help you he would find someone who could.

Paul was survived by his parents and his loving wife, Dianna who he was married to for 26 years. He was a loving father to Samantha L. Delray and Andrew L. Del Ray and the beloved grandfather of Izabella L.J. Del Ray. He also left behind 4 brothers and 2 sisters; Patrick, Daniel, Steven, James, Jodine and Karen; his second family, the Alongi’s; George, Louise, Betty and Bob as well as his four legged friends Shadow and Colby (Cool Bean).

Paul was a kind soul. He will be sorely missed but he will always be with us in spirit, our hearts and our memories.

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