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

  1. Paul was my estate attorney and my mother’s trust attorney. He represented me on a very protracted and frivolous lawsuit brought on by one of my siblings.
    We became friends and I had very deep respect for his integrity – not very common in his profession.
    I am deeply saddened by his passing and will always appreciate his wonderful representation. He restored my faith in the legal profession.

  2. Gina and Daughters,
    My family and I are so very sorry for your loss. You have a very special place in my heart, my friend, and I am just a few steps away if ever you need. I wish you peace. I pray for God’s strength to carry you. I trust that your love will see you through.

  3. Paul served my mother, Velma Myers for many years until her passing at age 101, and has been a comfort to me and my wife for this past year. He will be greatly missed. Sincere condolences to the staff and family.

  4. Paul,

    We, among your friends and family, miss you and remember all your goodness. We know that you are on the other side of the curtain, smiling at us the way you always did, it is just that we as mortals cannot see you.

    Your Friend,

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