Paul L. Tucker
December 10, 1966 – August 17, 2022
Paul L. Tucker, 55, of Mechanicsville, Va., departed this life on Wednesday, August 17, 2022.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Bernice Tucker; and sister, Donna Roach. Paul is survived by his father, Clarence Tucker; sister, Tina Murray (Don); brother, Mark Tucker; his three children, Austin Tucker, Kestin Tucker, and Caitlin Tucker, and their mom, Ellen Kallenbach.
Paul loved his children and family more than anything! For those that knew Paul, know he loved to make people laugh. He also loved his pets!
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, August 25 at Affinity Funeral Service – Richmond Chapel, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, August 26 at the funeral home chapel. Interment will follow at Mount Vernon Memorial Park, 11220 Nuckols Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23059.
May god bless you Paul you was such a soilder always a great guy to be around!
Paul I know we had our arguments from time to time and that’s just how brothers roll….I can honestly say any time I had make someone leave work you qere always there to make sure no one hurt your little brother….Man I sitting here typing this and crying so much cause I’ve give anything to see you one last time….I know I’ll see you one day again but until then please give Donna and Mamma a big hug and kiss from me…One day qe will have our whole family back together again……Just please look over us down here and I’m not gonna say bye but I will say I’ll see you later…..II love you so much bro….
Love you forever dad! Thank you for always loving me and for always making me laugh! Keep those sunsets coming and i’ll see you again one day 🤍
we all love you very much and miss you so much each and everyday. Your memory will live on through the kids as they look so much like you in individual ways. You may have smashed my baby dolls when I was younger but I know that if there were any issues with anyone I was coming to uncle Paul and Mark. I just get think of all the times we laughed at the dumbest things and carried on. I know mom loved you so very much as she loved all her siblings so I cannot imagine the look on her face when she saw you. I know that you are all around us protect our family as well as mom and Grandma, especially Granddaddy he need all the angels around him. Love you and can’t wait to see you one day.
To a wonder man who made me smile . Thanks for being who you were . Thanks for the fun times . You will be missed greatly. Glad to have met you even if it was for a short time .
You and Mark have always been like brothers to me. I have so many memories of the great times we had, laughing until my stomach hurt. Those memories will always make me smile when I think of you. You were a true friend we always had each other’s back no matter what. May god let you rest now in piece, I love you and will miss you brother.