On Friday, May 28th, 2021, Albert Edward Paulus, 92, of Baltimore, MD, passed away. Beloved husband of the late Lucie Paulus, married for 63 years; devoted father of Edward Paulus, James Paulus and his partner Shaun, Maria Moscowitz and her husband Steven, and Andrew Paulus; loving grandfather of Amber Moscowitz; dear brother of Marge Ayd, and the late Doris Warszynski; also survived by many other loving family and friends.
After graduating from Loyola college, Albert became part of the U.S. Army reconstruction forces in Germany after World War II. There he met his future bride after a heated table tennis battle. He lost the game, but won the prize.
The wedding took place in Baltimore in 1952. He took work in Baltimore as a metallurgist at the Armco Steel corporation till his retirement many years later. For enjoyment he loved to participate in social gatherings with family and local German clubs, play the clarinet, go to Symphony concerts, sailboat, eat crabs, travel and tease his nieces and nephews who called him Uncle Ed.
These fun things were always secondary to being a loving husband, father and family provider. He sacrificed and saved, enough to give the family a trip to Germany and yearly vacations in Ocean City. As a father, he instilled the value of education and work ethic to ensure the future success of his children. In later years after retirement , he sold his long time home in the Mayfield neighborhood, and moved to the Oakcrest retirement community in Parkville, MD. where he resided until his passing.
Family and friends will honor and celebrate Albert’s life at the family owned, Evans Life Celebration Home in Parkville, MD – 8800 Harford Road on Saturday, June 5th, 2021 from 2-3PM with a receiving of friends. A memorial service will follow at 3PM. A post service reception will take place from 4 – 8 PM at VFW Post 2678 Wells McComas located at 6521 North Point Road, Zip 21219 in Sparrow’s Point, MD
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Wounded Warriors Project at https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/donate