Paul C. Diedrich

Paul C. Diedrich, 67, Appleton, formerly of Algoma, passed away Monday, January 11, 2021 at Thedacare Regional Medical Center in Appleton after surviving his initial Covid-19 and then losing his battle with post Covid-19 complications.    He was born December 13, 1953 in Two Rivers to Homer and Betty (Gustafson) Diedrich. 

 Paul married Charlotte Haegele August 23, 1986 in Algoma.

Paul took great pride in his work at the Algoma Post Office. 

 Paul had just moved to Appleton, in his own apartment, which he was very proud of.  He had previously lived in Shawano. 

 He enjoyed watching NFL football, going out to eat, watching TV, animals and wildlife, old cars, tractors, farms and simply enjoyed being part of a conversation.  Paul had a great sense of humor and was always trying to crack jokes.  "Paul had a heart of gold and was always willing to help others".

 Paul is survived by special friends that were his family; Jamie and Yoro Sabally and their children Keaton, Kobe and Kalisa, Little Chute; Dave Worzalla, Little Chute; Patricia Juza, Shawano; Candace Duffeck and Dennis Duffeck, Algoma; and Dan Duffeck, Shiocton.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Charlotte,  his parents, brother Dale, cousin Ron Juza, Uncles John and Lloyd Diedrich, special family friends Lisa Worzalla and Christine Duffeck. 

 There will be a public visitation, Sunday January 24, 2021 from 10:00 am until the time of services at 11:00 AM at the SCHINDERLE FUNERAL HOME, Algoma, with Gloria Butler officiating.  Burial in the Riverview Cemetery in Kewaunee.

Paul's special family want to thank the medical team from Thedacare Appleton ICU, Lakeland Care and Integrated Care and Cleaning for all their support services. 

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