Paul D. Stucki

Paul D. Stucki

March 16, 1963 - June 23, 2011

Paul D. Stucki

March 16, 1963 - June 23, 2011


Paul D. Stucki, 48, of Trabuco Canyon died on June 23, 2011. Paul was a dedicated estate planning attorney who was well respected by his peers and the clients he served. He is survived by his loving wife, Gina; his beautiful children, Ashley, Autumn and Brooke; his siblings, Kathryn Major, Margaret M. Moss Kent, Richard J. Medley Linda and Carolyn Thomas CT.

Memorial Service is scheduled for 4:00pm on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Paul’s memory to the National Lung Cancer Partnership, Free to Breathe, 222 N Midvale Blvd., Suite 6, Madison, WI 53705.

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35 responses to Paul D. Stucki

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  1. I have so many great memories of Stucki. He was such a unique, funny, talented, compassionate guy. Had so much fun as kids. So many times Stuke would save me with his humor and support. Never laughed harder than when I was with Stucki. All my love to you Gina, Ashley, Autumn, Brooke, and Carolyn.

  2. Mary Jensen says:

    Stuki and my brother, Bryant, were joined at the hip during high school. The two of them together brought much fun and laughter to my home and to all those who enjoyed their music, their directing of school assemblies and simple sense of humor. I know my brother lost part of him with Stuki’s passing. God Bless his family!

  3. We are so sorry for your loss. Your family will continue to be in our prayers.

  4. John Clinton says:

    I worked with Paul at Clifton’s Cafeteria for about 5 years in the middle to late ninety’s. I have been friends with him and his family since. I always knew Paul to be very intelligent and kind. I will miss him. All our love to Gina, Ashley, Autumn, and Brooke.

  5. Bruce Sussin says:

    I am so sorry and shocked to here of Paul’s passing. Everytime I saw him at court he always had a smile on his face. He loved his work and his family who he often spoke about. My wife Denise and I enjoyed the opportunity to ride with he and Gina on our motorcycles. Denise and I offer our prayers and thoughts to Gina and the children. God Bless You Paul.

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