Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Hendry-Glades Obituaries

Paul M. Roser II, 76, of LaBelle, FL, passed away Good Friday evening, March 29th, 2013. He was born in Morristown, NJ to Beatrice and Paul Roser Sr. on October 16, 1936. 

He was raised in Netcong, NJ. After graduation he attended Rutger’s University, but became a businessman, opening a Foreign Car Auto Parts Store in Morristown.

In 1959 he was drafted into the Army and served two years at Fort Hood, TX. He once again opened a foreign car auto parts store and sold the new, small Honda Motorcycles in Killeen and Dallas, TX. In Dallas he became a Realtor Broker and worked in Dallas and Forney, TX. 

He moved to Naples, FL in 1988, continuing to work in real estate. He was managing broker for Century 21 and ReMax both in Naples before moving to LaBelle. Not wanting to take the responsibility of other realtors, he began Paul Roser Realtors with Nikki Yeager being his only agent.

Paul was an eight year head & neck cancer survivor. With major tongue surgery in 2009, he was unable to eat for 4 years. He was in contact with survivors across the world via e-mails with encouragement and advice of things that had worked for him. 

Paul became a member of the Masons, Scottish Rite and Schriners after his first bout with cancer in 2005. Through it all, he maintained his perfect attendance in Rotary and was awarded recognition for 50 years of Perfect Attendance by the Rotary Club of LaBelle and by 2 Rotary Clubs in Naples, one of which he had been president.

Survivors include Nikki, his soul-mate of 15 years, sister Barbara Moss (Mel), their sons & grandchildren. Son, Paul M. Miller (Joanne), and daughter Nancy Fabrygel (Chris) & children. He is preceded in death by his parents and daughter Wendy Miller.

A memorial service will be held Sunday, April 7th at the Carlson Memorial United Methodist Church in LaBelle, beginning at 3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make donation to Hope Hospice, 1201 Wings Way, Lehigh Acres, FL 33936.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:31 PM

    You will sadly missed E-Mail Buddy!
    My deepest sympathy to Barbara, Nikki and families
    May God Bless
    Barbara Frunzi Smith class of '57