Tulsa Central ’65




Birth: Jan. 16, 1947
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

Death: Feb. 11, 2004
Heber Springs
Cleburne County
Arkansas, USA

Paul Stanley Wimmer, age 57, completed his journey on earth on February 11, 2004, at his home in Heber Springs, Arkansas. He was born on January 16, 1947, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at Hillcrest Maternity Center. Paul joined the United States Air Force and was enlisted from 1965-1969. After a three-year period as a civilian, he joined the United States Marine Corp. He moved through ten ranks including from enlisted and, after college, becoming a Mustang, an officer with earned respect. During his eighteen-year tour of duty in the Marines, he visited over thirty countries. He appreciated traveling, discipline, and took his service in the Marines with utmost dedication and seriousness. He retired with honors from the USMC in December of 1989. Paul had been a resident of Heber Springs for three years and was a former resident of Wagoner, Oklahoma. Those who knew and loved him have used these descriptions of him: He was honest, compassionate, forthright, loving, spiritual, honorable, moral, private, and funny. Paul was a Baptist Health Medical Center Auxiliary volunteer. He was active in the First Baptist Church of Heber Springs, AR, had a special fondness for the elderly and children, and actively studied his Bible. Two of his favorite scriptures were Matthew 7:7, 8 and John 14:6, and it was important to him that people come to know the Lord. Confidences of friends and family were safe with him, and his loyalty was unmatched by most. There are those that preceded him in death including his father, Graham Stanley Wimmer, and his stepfather, Leonard Owen Carter. Those who are left behind to remember him include his beloved wife, Andrea Lee Wimmer of the home in Heber Springs, Arkansas, whom he married October 1, 1980; his mother, Irene Carter of Heber Springs, AR, whom he loved dearly; a daughter, Lisa Renee Heim and her husband, Mike, of Felton, PA; three granddaughters, Whitney, Savannah, and Cheyenne Heim, his four girls, his special loves, numerous family members, each having their own place of affection, and many friends. He loved life and his family. Very few men can have and maintain the fine, irreprefemalesible reputation that he is known and will be remembered for. He is most certainly, and always will be, loved and missed.
Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery
North Little Rock
Pulaski County
Arkansas, USA

Stan Wimmer

Paul Stanley WimmerFindagrave.com

Birth:  1/16/47

Death:  2/11/04

Headstone includes:  CWO3 US Marine Corps VIETNAM

Memorial includes:  US Air Force 1965-1969

Buried in Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery

North Little Rock,  AR

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