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Paul Mysza


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Paul Mysza, of Roswell, N.M., went to be with his Father in Heaven on December 12, 2019/ Paul was born in Chicago, Illinois to Emil and Beverly Mysza on February 27, 1942. Paul was a twin brother to Peter Mysza of Chicago, Il.

Paul went to Reavis High School in Burbank, Illinois where he met the love of his life, MaryAnn Vivardo. Paul married his high school sweetheart in 1962 and they had three sons; Paul of Roswell, NM. and wife Rachel; James of Denver, Co. and wife Kelly; and Stephen of Denver, Co. and wife Beth. Paul had Seven grandchildren; Elizabeth Mysza, Vincent Mysza, Adam Mysza, Jacob Mysza, Simon Mysza Alexandra Mysza and Joseph Mysza, Paul has two great grandchildren; Vincent Mysza and Anastasia Mysza. Paul has a twin brother Peter Mysza and late wife Carol Mysza. Dearest nieces and nephew; Dawn Mysza and friend Scott Johnson, Sheri and husband John Pacewic, Leanne and husband Vince Adamo, Laura Zwarts, Julie and husband Tom Clerly and Peter and wife Mary. Dearest great nieces and nephews; Kevin Mysza, Rebecca, Mykayla, Brianna, and Johnny Pacewic. Dominic and the late Gabriella Adamo, Blake and Adrianna Zwartz, Katelyn and Amanda Cleary.

Paul worked as a Meat Cutter in Chicago for 21 years. Paul coached Football, basketball and baseball until he moved his family to Roswell, NM. In 1979. Paul worked for the Sate of NM for another 20 years, Paul continued to work as a substitute teacher for the Roswell Independent School District until he could no longer work. Paul loved traveling. Paul enjoyed traveling with his family. He traveled to Europe and most states in the US. Paul and MaryAnn loved relaxing in the Mountains of NM. Paul loved Food and Family also. His family met every weekend to eat and visit with each other. Family was very important to Paul. Paul loved to watch sports He enjoyed bringing his family to professional, college and high school sporting events. He enjoyed having his sons over to watch the game at his home. Paul was a member of Assumption Catholic Church in Roswell, NM.

Paul had the best sense of humor. If you were around Paul, you were laughing. Paul’s laugh was very contagious. Paul did not know a stranger. He talked with everyone he met and became friends with everyone he met. He had a strong personality and was fiercely loyal. Paul will be missed by his family and his friends.

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