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. Stacey Doss says:

    Miss Gina and your beautiful daughters,
    I know this has been a long, hard battle for all of you, and my heart is heavy for you. Gina, you were so strong and courageous through your husband’s illness. You are an inspiration to all of us. I only hope that I could be as awe-inspiring one day as you were in this last year. Vanessa and I love you tons, and are here for you.
    Much, much love and heartfelt sympathy,
    Stacey and Vanessa Doss

  2. Reed Parkin says:

    I had not spoken with Paul for so many years, when last year I spoke to him about getting back the High-School Band to perform at our 30 year reunion. With his illness, his priorities in life were absolute. He loved his wife and children, may God bless you all. Get the music ready in heaven Paul, as we will all be there to rehearse. Love Reed

  3. Paul was a good friend, and had a great sense of humor. He was a High School friend, and madrigal, and I am sad that he has passed on.

  4. I am so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. We were madrigal partners, both skipped a grade, and I took sewing with his mother for years. I called him right before our 30th reunion when we were talking about getting the band back together. My heart goes out to you all. He was a great guy. Jan

  5. Michael Milo says:

    I just opened the notice of Paul’s passing. I have been a client of his for about 12 years. During that time he was helpful in so many ways, both personal and professional. I am an excitable person and I relied on his calm and quiet demeanor to get me through a couple of rough professional situations, one of which is ongoing. I will truly miss him, his counsel, and his sense of humor.

    Hey, Paul! What am I supposed to do now?

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