Services celebrating the life of Paul Stich, age 41 of St. Augusta, will be 11:00 AM, Monday, January 5, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud. Paul died unexpectedly Wednesday of natural causes. There will be a visitation from 4-8:00 PM, Sunday at the Miller-Carlin Funeral Home in St. Cloud, and again after 10:00 AM Monday at the church in St. Cloud.
Paul was born May 14, 1973 in St. Cloud to Robert and Elizabeth (Westerhoff) Stich. He has lived in the St. Cloud area all of his life. He married Patti Sadlo on September 28, 2002. He enjoyed sports and the outdoors. He recently became the Vice President of Tech High School Youth Wrestling. He was a wonderful father who enjoyed taking his sons hunting and fishing. He also enjoyed grilling for his family and friends. Paul worked as a delivery driver for Preferred Pump and Equipment for over 13 years and he was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
Paul is survived by his wife, Patti, St. Augusta; their sons, Zander Stich and Tanner Stich, of St. Augusta; Dustin Sadlo St. Cloud and his mother, Betty (Tom) Romanoski, St. Augusta.
Paul is preceded in death by his sister, Kimberly Stich in 1972, his brother, Matthew Stich in 2011 and his grandparents, Leander & Kay Stich and George and Veronica Westerhoff.
Schedule and Information
Visitation will be from 4-8:00 PM, Sunday, January 5 at the Miller-Carlin Funeral Home in St. Cloud and again after 10:00 AM, Monday January 5 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Services celebrating the life of Paul Stich will be 11:00 AM, Monday, January 5 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud.
we were so devastated to hear of Paul’s passing, we will always keep you and the boys in our thouhts and prayers and if you ever need anything Patti don’t hesitate to call. sending hugs your way during this difficult time. Just remember God has him in his keeping and you have him in your heart!
Very sad to hear of Pauls passing. Paul delivered water-well products to my business for the last 10 years. Through the business connection I’ve gotten to know Paul. Paul was a good conscientious worker and a man very proud of his family. Our conversations always included what he and his family were up to. My heartfelt condolences go out to Paul’s family. I will miss Paul. God Bless. Jim
I just saw this mentioned online and wanted to offer our families sympathies! Caden loved having him for a coach for 2 sessions in Waite Park. When he coached the 1st time Caden could really hit off the coaches and Paul told him if he hits the fence he will buy him ice cream for all remaining games. Caden adored him & even with struggles with his bat initially the 2nd time, he again said how happy he was Paul was there as he was always so supportive and encouraging. We are so sorry for your loss, words can not express this enough!
We love you Uncle Paul.
Dear Patti and children, We have only recently learned of Paul’s passing. We were one of his many customers that he delivered to. We got to know Paul from visiting during his deliveries and really liked him as a person. We learned how much he enjoyed his family and his life in general. He was helpful to us on more than one occasion, and he will surely be missed by us. His children can sure be proud of their hard working father. Pleae accept our heart felt condolences. Ferlin and Barb Frye