Born: Thorton Ky on 25 September 1950

Passed away: Bowling Green Ohio on 20 November 2015

Aged: 65 years

Funeral Date: 05 December 2015

Service Details

Visitation will be held on Saturday December 5, 2015 from 12:00-1:00 PM at Carty Funeral Homes Polly

Funeral Company

Poly and Craft Funeral Home, Jenkins Kentucky

The Story

Look for me in Rainbows
Time for me to go now, I won't say goodbye;
Look for me in rainbows, way up in the sky.
In the morning sunrise when all the world is new,
Just look for me and love me, as you know I loved you.

Time for me to leave you, I won't say goodbye;
Look for me in rainbows, high up in the sky.
In the evening sunset, when all the world is through,
Just look for me and love me, and I'll be close to you.

It won't be forever, the day will come and then
My loving arms will hold you, when we meet again.

Time for us to part now, we won't say goodbye;
Look for me in rainbows, shining in the sky.
Every waking moment, and all your whole life through
Just look for me and love me, as you know I loved you.

Just wish me to be near you,
And I'll be there with you.

Paul Dean Kiser
September 25, 1950 - November 20, 2015

Paul Dean Kiser, 65 of Bowling Green, Ohio, passed away at his home peacefully on November 20th 2015. Paul was born September 25, 1950 to John Paul Kiser and Pearl (Clifton) Kiser in Thorton Kentucky. He grew up in the Letcher County area.
Paul was happiest surrounded by his family and grandchildren whom he loved dearly. Paul was an entrepreneur having two of his own businesses called Paul’s Office machine and repair and Universal Services and associates. He also enjoyed working on various remodeling projects, working on cars as well as working at Chrysler in Rossford Ohio before retiring. Paul always had a kind word and never met a stranger. Paul took pride in being a UK and Steelers fan. Paul was always happy to lend a helping hand and give advice at the drop of a pin.
As a U.S Army Veteran in the 25th Infantry Division he served during Vietnam and the Persian Gulf War as an air defense artillery /quartermaster and a heavy equipment operator in transportation. He took great delight in sharing his stories from serving his country and the places he was stationed at.
He is survived by his former wife, Grace (Burke) Gullett whom he had two daughters, Veronica Ramos of Bowing Green Ohio, and grandchildren Marissa and Morgan Ramos. Youngest daughter, Angela Kiser Crawford of Dalzell, South Carolina, grandchildren Ashli, John, and Justin. A son Rick Herrera of Pontiac Michigan and grandchildren Rickael, Brooke and Justin. Brothers and sisters, Larry Kiser, Teresa Kiser, Kathy (Kiser) Bolling, Johnny Kiser, Jerome (Tonto) Kiser, Jonathan (Gumby) Kiser and Lisa (Kiser) Carrier and several nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Later marrying Kimberly Sandidge of Castlewood, Va with 3 step children and 7 step grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his father John Paul Kiser, mother Pearl Kiser, sisters Roberta Bentley and Aloma (Peco) Kiser and grandchild Krystlyn Dean Ramos

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Forever you will be loved and missed. I love you Dad

Angela Crawford shared a video.


‌Dad, I created this on New Years Eve. I can't say I had such a memorable one this year. I was flooded with memories of all the past Holiday gatherings, including how New Years Eve was always a family event. Mom would make all sorts of things and we'd gather in the living room and watch the show and bet who would pass out before the ball dropped. Those memories will never leave me. There hasn't been a single day that has went by that I haven't thought of you, or wished I could hear your voice one more time, or be able to pick up the phone and just call. There has been many days that I've been crippled with grief, anger and an emptiness that I just can't seem to shake. You have had such a big influence on everyone who knew you. Did you know that? To my kids and I an impact that nothing will ever hold a flame to. I can't say that its gotten easier as the days have passed by, it hasn't. I'm not sure it ever will get easier. To have known you, loved you admired you creates such a huge void now that we have to move on with our lives without you. I see you leaving little signs for me and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Seems like no matter where I go, or what kind of day I'm having I just look around and suddenly I see a car with a big ol UK sticker, or a man walking into a store with a Steelers hat or shirt on, and the ones that always gets me is " Don't tread on me" yeah those stickers or flags that's everything you stood for, everything you taught us by. Be honest, be strong and never give up. I'll be the first one to say though what really takes my breath is when I pass someone in traffic or catch a glimpse of someone who looks just like you. I miss you Daddy and I hope you know just how much you are loved. Love always your little girl, Angela
I hope this tribute will offer a peaceful place for everyone to come, share memories dedicate a song and always keep the memory of Dad ( Paul) alive.
Thank you so much for visiting.‌

Angela Crawford