Paul Prescher

Paul Duane Prescher

January 2, 1957 – December 18, 2014

Paul Duane Prescher, 57, passed away at his home in Waller after a valiant fight with throat cancer, diagnosed in September of this year. Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, December 22 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco, Texas with burial following at China Spring Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Sunday, December 21, 2014 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Paul graduated from Connally High School in 1975 and went on to T.S.T.I. where he earned a degree in computer science and became a programmer for Universal Computer Systems in Houston, known as Reynolds and Reynolds today. Paul was an avid reader and Elvis fan. Recently Paul was blessed with a granddaughter who became the light of his life, Kathrine Kay Prescher.

Paul is survived by his wife of 25 years, Veronica; his mother Maxine Prescher; his daughter Samantha Kay Prescher; two step children, Steve Rosilier, Jr. and Angela Rubio and husband David; sister Susan Williams and husband Scott; niece Rachel; step-brother Billy Ray Prescher and wife Marty; grandchildren Brie, Joey, Penny and Kitty; and lifelong childhood friend Glen Vrba.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the Children’s Learning Center in Waller or China Spring Methodist Church.

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  1. Veronica and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Paul welcomed us to the neighborhood when we moved in and we enjoyed watching him play with his granddaughter outside ever since. We are just next door if you need anything. -Fred and Jacque Smalley

  2. Dear vee. And Sam. I’m so sorry for your lost. There’s no words I can find but this with all my heart I’m so sorry for your lost. There only. One word I can tell y’all God loves you he has never leave your site. He was there with him and. He was waching for y’all. He is with him he not longer in pain. I pray that he will comfort your heart. And souls we love y’all and we wish we can bee there with you our heart is we will make possible to go see y’all. A berry Tie hug to y’all. With all of my heart. I know this is hard only y’all know this pain Be strong. For your mommy Sam she is for you to hope. Steve make it there soon

  3. LaJuana and Shane Shilling

    May God give you strength and peace during this time. My heart goes out to you Maxine and Susan. Love you

  4. Joe and Sherry Smith

    I’m Sherry (Willis)Smith and went to Connally with Paul and I feel blessed to have had him apart of my life, made those years fun and memorable. I am so sorry for your loss and pray God will comfort you all during this time.

  5. Maxine and Susan,
    I’m so sorry. Praying for you and your family and sending our love your way.

  6. Paul was a man of few words, but I still know that he was proud of me. He took on the challenge to help raise my brother and myself. I’m sure he didn’t know what he was getting himself into. He did it all for the love of my mom. She would have been lost without him. I was truly blessed with a Dad that didn’t have to be.

  7. Dear Maxine and family: I send my deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time. My prayers are with you, and I have you in my heart. Time will help, but it takes a big amount of it. God bless all of you.

  8. Veronica and Family,

    We are blessed to have you as neighbors and are here if you need anything at all.

    God Bless You

  9. I had the pleasure and privilege of working with Paul on a project at Reynolds and Reynolds. Even under tight deadlines, Paul was always calm and helpful. His knowledge, commitment and positive attitude will be greatly missed.

    May God bless all of you during this difficult time.

  10. I am very sorry for your loss. I’ve worked with Paul over the past 7 years (when Reynolds and UCS combined) and he was always willing to help me, no matter how stupid the question. He had an easy way of explaining things to me and it made it seem like he was sitting next to me explaining it rather than being in Houston while I was in Dayton. He was a joy to work with. I’m going to miss him.

    My deepest sympathy and condolences.

  11. I went to Connally with Paul ,always enjoyed his company.So sorry he left this world at an early age.

  12. Veronica, Samantha, Step Children, Steve and Angela, and all five grandchildren and family,

    I didn’t know Paul but I am a fellow associate at Reynolds. I morn your/our loss and pray for each of you and will continue to pray for your healing process. God bless your future…each of you.

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