Paul Willette (1917-1992)

Paul Willette Ford (1917-1992)

Photo of Paul and Margaret Ford taken in 1990

This page is dedicated to the family and memory of the late Paul Willette Ford.
Birthday: January 11, 1917
Date of Death: March 20, 1992
Married: Margaret Lucille Kear
Birthday: February 18, 1919
Date of Death: June 6, 2010
Paul and Margaret were married May 12, 1940 at the Lima Missionary Alliance Church by Rev. John Hazlett. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1990. They were blessed with five children:

Paul Willette Ford retired as a manufacturing representative with G & K Metal Products of Coldwater. He was the owner and operator of Chipper Chips Potato Chip Company in Lima. He was a member of the Lima Baptist Temple, a member of the VFW Post No. 3035 of Delphos, a past member of the Bluffton Flying Club and a member of the Lima Christian Business Men’s Association. He was a veteran of WW II and served in the Asian-Pacific Theater.

If any of the children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and friends of Paul and Margaret would like to share a memory you can post it in the comment box below.

We look forward to hearing from you.

2 thoughts on “Paul Willette (1917-1992)”

  1. Can’t remember the year, but one Halloween, my sister, Paula and I devised a senister plan to trick Grandpa Ford, which Dad eagerly approved. Disguising ourselves, dad drove us to Grandpa Ford’s house to trick-or-treat. With watchtower pamphlets in hand we pretended to be jehovah witnesses. Grandpa’s reaction was not exactly one of acceptance considering he had spent most of his life as a holiness preacher. Our dad was hiding in the bushes listening and chuckling. Grandpa really wanted to get rid of us, so before he could slam the door we revealed our identity. He laughed and invited us inside. At that point Dad climbed out of the bushes and that Halloween evening the three of us enjoyed a good visit with Grandpa and Elzora. We probably left with a handful of candy, but can’t remember for sure. ~ Jacklyn Ford Moore

  2. That sounds just like my grandfather, Aunt Jackie! I am so glad Paul Ford’s sense of humor lives on in his children and grandchildren.

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