Paul Allen Lengel

By April 3, 2015 Obituaries

Paul A. Lengel, 74, of Mount Pleasant, SC, beloved husband of Joy Lengel, entered into eternal rest on April 3, 2015. Paul was born in Ravine, PA, on May 7, 1940, and was a 1958 graduate of Pine Grove High School. He and Joy married in their hometown of Pine Grove in 1962.

Paul spent most of his career, a total of 36 years, at Amoco, first at a plant in Delaware, and then at their Charleston plant, where he was a maintenance coordinator.

Paul loved travel, hunting, fishing, and camping. He was also a talented cook, much to the delight of family and friends. He was fun to be with and quick to help others whenever he could. He was a wonderful husband to Joy, a great friend and a highly regarded co-worker.

Paul was a member of Brandywine Lodge Chapter 9, Ediwan Masonic Lodge, and Omar Shrine Temple.

He is survived by his wife Joy, his brothers Charles and John, his sister-in-law Jackie Lengel and his brother-in-law Butch Potts, and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held on April 13, 2015, at 3:00 pm, at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation, 7475 Peppermill Parkway, Suite E, in North Charleston. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, at www.cancer.org.

3 Comments

  • Ann Bond says:

    Joy, I am sorry to learn of Paul passing .

  • Fred Coenen says:

    Paul and I have been best friends since 1963 where we worked and hunted together for many of the 53 years that we were friends and brothers We will really miss Paul and the great times we had together. Joy I know
    you miss him but he will be looking down and taking care of you. The Old saying that good guys wear WHITE Hats could not fit Paul any better.

    Fred

  • Joan Cohen says:

    Dear Joy. So very sad to hear about Paul’s death, he was a kind and patient man who always tried to take care of you first. He never got his chauffeurs hat but he deserved one. I know how much you will miss him.

    You need to take of yourself, I’ll be thinking about you.

    Love, Joan

    I lost your phone #, can someone help me out.