Paul Jeffrey Page passed away July 31, 2020, at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City due to a failing heart condition. He was waiting for a heart transplant. Jeff had donated his organs prior to his cremation. Jeff was born in Plainville, Kan., Nov. 14, 1964, the eighth child of Vale and Patricia Page. He attended Plainville High School and Colby Community College and was a Physical Therapist Assistant working in Garden City, Kan., at the time of his death.
His parents are deceased, but he leaves behind a large loving family to mourn him. Survivors include three brothers Michael (Sheri), Jim, and Dan (Holly); four sisters Mary Bond (Steve), Susan Kerns (Dave), Melanie Calcara (Mark), Melissa Rempe (Mike); and sister-in-law Susan Gibson Page; a large number of nephews, nieces, great nephews, great nieces; a host of friends who will celebrate his life with fond memories.
Jeff’s life was not an easy one. He battled health issues for years but maintained a “can do” attitude at all times. He never quit or gave up. He was an avid reader and always posted his opinion of each book on Face book. His focus throughout his life had always been his family and his deep abiding faith in his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Due to the Corona Virus risk, a private family-only memorial service was held at the First Christian Church in Plainville, Kan. A memorial has been established at the Plainville Memorial
Library, Plainville, KS 67663.
Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, Aug. 14, 2020