Logan Herald Journal, 06/27/14
Paul Ernest Stettler, 67, left his earthly home in Montpelier, Idaho, on June 24, 2014, to be united with his eternal companion, Mariana Gail (Shepard) Stettler, whom he married in the Logan Temple in the year of 1970, and also his parents, Elmer Ernest and Cleo Stettler and brother Robert.
Paul leaves behind two sisters, Valarie and Carolyn, and two brothers, Cleon and Steven Stettler, along with his adopted children, a daughter, Jodi, and son, Daniel, and to mention his Shepard siblings-in-law, Gerald Shepard (Jenny), Randy Shepard (Char), Reg Shepard (Donna) and Vela Rose (Shepard) Matson (Royce) and parent-in-law, Marge (Shepard) Peck.
Paul was born and raised in Logan, Utah, where he attended USU. Later in life, age 19, he was called and served a mission in the Pacific Northwest for the LDS Church.
After marriage, he settled in Logan, where he worked for a number of years, with his father, in construction until he became owner of his own business, "The Stettler Crane Service."
He also found time to be employed as a truck driver for the Mayflower Trucking Co.
Paul will be greatly missed by all, but we now know that he is safely in the arms of his Heavenly Father and joined with his family that has passed to the other side of the veil.
Graveside services only will be at 1 p.m. at the Montpelier Cemetery on Saturday, June 28. under the direction of the Matthews-Schwab Mortuary.
Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 27, 2014