Paul Temerowski, age 47, of Greenville died at his home on Tuesday, April 21, 2015. Paul was born on October 24, 1967 at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn, Michigan to Howard Victor and Joan Irene (Pringle) Temerowski. He had three sisters: Lorraine Marie Temerowski, Shirley Anne (Dennis) Hayes, and Linda Irene (Jack) Shell. He is preceded in death by his sister, Lorraine, and his father and mother. Paul’s favorite pastime was talking about his three beautiful daughters: Heather Marie Temerowski, Melissa Lynn (Alex) Ketchum, and Kristine Elizabeth Temerowski. He was proud of the fine young ladies they have grown to be and valued their choices in life. Heather and Melissa currently serve in the United States Army and Kristine is a student at Grand Valley State University. Melissa and her husband Alex are expecting their first child in June, a baby girl, and Paul was delighted for them to be parents. He was honored to serve the United States Marine Corp for four years and continued to be a proud veteran his entire life. It gave him much fulfillment to see his daughters follow in similar footsteps. Next after his loving daughters, his nieces and nephews were his dearest of friends. Lisa Hayes Doublestein, Andrea Hayes Dekker, David Hayes, Brenton Shell and Benjamin Shell all held a special place in Paul’s heart. Paul was particularly close to David and Brenton, and the three enjoyed many meaningful times together. His four great nieces, Berit and Marta Doublestein and Julia and Marion Dekker, were dear to him as well. Paul’s good friends knew him as a genuine, honest, and intelligent person. He was thankful to his close friends who stood by him during his three year struggle with brain cancer. His dog, Sophie, was his faithful companion until he died. Paul’s career spanned from factory work to directing the Greenville Area Community Center. He loved working with the community to bring enrichment programming and events for people of all ages. Many fond friendships were formed and he was always grateful for the kindness of the staff at the City of Greenville. Those who knew Paul well knew he had a quick sense of humor and could always make others smile. He also had a deep affection for studying history, which he enjoyed sharing his knowledge with his family and friends. Paul lost his parents five years ago and had missed them greatly. His family takes comfort in knowing that he will be laid to rest with his parents and they will spend eternity together in peace. Memorial Graveside Cemetery Services will be 4 PM Sunday, April 26, 2015 at St. Charles Catholic Cemetery, Greenville, celebrated by his friend Paul Pollock. Military Services will be presented by the US Marines. In lieu of flowers, a fund has been set up at Marshall Funeral Home to support his children with expenses.