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Paul H. Imig

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Paul H. Imig was born on October 18, 1943. He passed away peacefully on June 10, 2022. He is preceded in death by the love of his life, wife, Mabel Imig, father, Paul J. Imig , mother, Marguerite A. Johnson, brother, Otto Imig. He is survived by his daughter, Leslie Doverspike and husband Don Doverspike, son Paul A. Imig, nephew Anthony Stevens, grandchildren, Kayla Doverspike, Matt Doverspike and wife Emily Doverspike, great grandson, Nash Doverspike and two more yet to be born and great nephew little Anthony Stevens. Paul retired from school business administration in western Pennsylvania and moved to Powhatan Virginia to be closer to his family. He was employed by Powhatan school district and retired as assistant superintendent. Paul had a love for animals and spent much of his time taking care of those he rescued. A special thanks to the employees of Edgeworth park and Traditions Hospice. Online condolences may be made at Bennett and Barden funeral home,. www.bennettbardenfh.com A donation, in the name of Paul H. Imig, may be made at Fisher Center For Alzheimer’s Research Foundation www.alzinfo.org/memory-wall/

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