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Paul Anthony Cadorin

May 12, 1947 - April 5, 2018

Paul Anthony Cadorin, of Hartland, passed away peacefully on April 5 after battling cancer at age 70.

He is survived by his wife Patricia, his son Tony (Chara Price) of Mesa Arizona, his son Joseph – JP- (Marisa) and two grandchildren – Luca Cadorin and Lily Cadorin of Whitefish Bay.  Paul was the brother of Pe…read more

Paul Anthony Cadorin, of Hartland, passed away peacefully on April 5 after battling cancer at age 70.

He is survived by his wife Patricia, his son Tony (Chara Price) of Mesa Arizona, his son Joseph – JP- (Marisa) and two grandchildren – Luca Cadorin and Lily Cadorin of Whitefish Bay.  Paul was the brother of Peter (Sandy) Cadorin, Frank (Catherine) Cadorin and Leonard (Jane) Cadorin.  He was the brother-in- law of Richard and Barbara Parker and the uncle of Nicole (Adam) Varganyi, Sylvio (Angie) Cadorin, Christina Cadorin, Eric (Betsy) Parker, Matt (Shannon) Parker and Jason (Katie) Parker.  Great uncle to Joseph Cadorin, Alessandro Cadorin, Christiano Cadorin, Cassandra Varganyi,  Jessica Varganyi, Graham Parker and  Emmett Parker. He was pre-deceased by his parents, Sylvio and Mary Cadorin, and his niece, Cherie Cadorin.

Paul was born in Toronto Ontario, which explains his love for all things hockey. After graduating from St. Michael’s College School, he worked for Benson and Hedges Canada, where he had entirely too much fun to call it work.   He met and married Patty in 1977, and they enjoyed their first 7 years of marriage living in Toronto, Paul working for Interior Door Company.  Moving to the U.S. in 1983, he truly believed in the American Dream.  He lost his Canadian accent quickly, but still mispronounced “garage” and “about.”  He led Capital Stampings Corporation and was integral to its growth in the late 90s.  He then transitioned to TSB Wisconsin, where his mission of taking great care of his customers was paramount.

He lived for his two sons and was looking forward to teaching his grandson, Luca, how to play hockey.  He had a passion for collector cars, golf, cigars, scotch and spending time in Arizona.  He cherished his Siberian Huskies – Dante, Mikhail, Tamara, and Stolichnaya – and his childhood canine companion, Tim.

A celebration of his life will be held, Sunday, April 15 at 11:00 AM at Chenequa Country Club, 6250 North Highway 83, Hartland, Wisconsin, with a reception to follow at the club.  Family will be available to greet guests starting at 10:00 AM

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the The First Tee of Southeast Wisconsin or the charity of your choice are appreciated.

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Service Information

Chenequa Country Club

Address:

6250 North Highway 83
Hartland , WI 53029

Date: Sunday, April 15, 2018

Time: 11:00 AM

Memorial Information

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the The First Tee of Southeast Wisconsin or the charity of your choice are appreciated.

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