Paul D. Sorensen

Paul Sorensen

Paul D. Sorensen, age 68, of Naperville.  Fond father of Kristen (Paul) Kangas, Robb (Mary) Sorensen and Jill (Bill) Cooley; dear grandfather of Benjamin Kangas, Luke Kangas, Evie Kangas, Soren Cooley, Meg Sorensen, Sophia Cooley, Joseph Sorensen and William Sorensen; loving son of Iola Sorensen, nee Hansen and the late George Sorensen; brother of Sue Ellen (Gary) Griffin and Steve (Sue) Sorensen.  Will lie in state Friday, November 2, 2012, 1 P.M. to Time of Service 2 P.M. at Lakeland Community Church, N 3181 Highway 67, Lake Geneva, WI 53147.  Interment Roselawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Lake Geneva, WI.   Arrangements by Hitzeman Funeral Home Ltd. 9445 West 31st Street, Brookfield, IL 60513.  Memorials appreciated Lakeland Community Church, N 3181 Highway 67,  Lake Geneva, WI 53147.  Information 708-485-2000 or

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  1. Sue Olson condolence:

    So sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. He and Scott were such good friends and did so much together in those early years. Every time we passed a coffee shop in Chicago, Scott would say, “Paul and I had coffee there.” I can picture them standing around Heaven with a cup of coffee, glad to see one another again.

    I am going to try to get off work and come to the service. Keep hold of the many good times and precious memories.

    Much love,

  2. Russell Family condolence:

    Dear Kris and family,

    We are so very sorry for your loss of your Father. You are in our prayers and hope that you are able to celebrate his life and remember happy times and love.

    Hugs to all of you,
    Nancy, Terry, and Steven Russell

  3. Bruce Wallace condolence:

    I have very fond memories of Paul and I the as we grow up during the summers at Bay in our younger years. Paul and I are just one day apart in our birthdays, and our summer cottages were just a couple blocks apart. We would spend our summers biking, swimming, hiking the lake shore, BB gun fights at the Bay’s toboggan slide, tending the horse’s at the Cover Street Stables, waterskiing with the Riggs, cruise’n in our cars, going to Williams Bay Bible Church, and so much more. These fond memories will be with me forever, Paul you will be missed.

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