Obituary of Paul John Kittredge
Webster: Paul Kittredge passed peacefully into rest on February 7, 2023. He was 91 years old at the time of his passing and proud of every year he lived. He grew up on the shores of Connecticut, but moved to Webster New York to raise his family. He worked as the manager of Xerox computer security for nearly 30 years. He also proudly served in the U.S. Navy early in his life.
Paul’s main goal in life was to raise and be the head of a loving and devoted family. He was surrounded by that loving family as he died. He is predeceased by his mother Mae Conroy, his father Paul Kittredge, and his brothers Jim and Richard. He is survived by his loving wife and best friend Doris, with whom he shared 65 years of marriage. He is also survived by his son Ken Kittredge (Sue Schoch), his daughter Karen Kittredge (Steve Korn), and his daughter Sheri Gumina (Carm). He delighted in and is survived by four amazing granddaughters: Heather Kittredge, Brenda Kittredge, Grace Gumina, and Adriana Gumina. We are all deeply shaped by his loving leadership and his deep work ethic to provide for family.
Paul’s philosophy of life was to revere all of God’s creatures and all of Nature. His beloved dogs walked by his side for many years—Skye, Mollie, Katie, and Zena. Paul was an avid fisherman, kayaker, wilderness camper, mountain hiker, birding enthusiast, beachcomber and shelling lover, tennis player, and downhill skier. All of these great loves of the outdoors were passed down to his children and grandchildren, which made him a very happy man. We will all cherish our countless beautiful memories of life shared with him.
Family will gather to share a celebration of his life in the spring, when new life is blooming. Remembrances of Paul may be directed to the Audubon Society, Lollypop Farm, or the Ding Darling Wildlife Society on Sanibel Island, Florida.
The Willard H. Scott Funeral Home has been honored to serve the Webster community and the surrounding area for over 60 years. We remain dedicated to those we serve, providing compassion and guidance during one of life’s most difficult times.
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