Raymond Pahle, DVM
May 27, 1928 - March 4, 2020
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Saturday 6/13, 3:00 pm

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Dr. Raymond G. Pahle, DVM  passed peacefully into the arms of his Lord Jesus Christ on March 4th, 2020, at the age of 91.  He was preceded in death by his brother Joseph, first wife Ethel, and daughter Susan.  He is survived by his loving second wife of over 41 years, Clarice (nee Dalrymple), sons…

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Donald Fell left a message on June 13, 2020:
In many ways I owe my Milwaukee YMCA career to Dr. Pahle!. As one of my Board Chairs at the Southwest YMCA, he encouraged me and mentored me. During a time when it didn't appear that our capital campaign to build the Southwest YMCA would be successful and I was considering moving on he told me in no uncertain terms, "our job to successfully build a Y for the southwest Milwaukee suburbs was not done, and I needed to work with him and the board to "get the job done". He of course was right and with his leadership we did just that! When we opened the Southwest branch he was there and I will be forever grateful to him as it was one of the great accomplishment of my career thanks in large part to him. He will be missed and I express my condolences to his wife Clarice and his entire family. I will always remember him as one of my heroes! I only wish that I had found out sooner about his death so that I could join his family today to celebrate his life! Thank you Dr. Pahle for all you meant to me. I will miss you and will always value our friendship!
Frank Pintar left a message on June 11, 2020:
Doc Pahle was an amazing guy and demonstrated enjoyment of his profession and always responded with a genuine engagement when interacting with people. I grew up with Joe as a great friend and the Pahle household was always welcoming and easy to visit. Ray Pahle's legacy will live on through his animal clinic, friendships, his children, and in his generations to come. A life well lived. Rest easy Doc!
Gloria Erickson(Kultgen) left a message on June 10, 2020:
Dear Pahle Family, I get so full of emotion when I think of all my great experiences with all of you since meeting in 1964. I am also full of joy when I think of Docs life well lived. You will all hold a special spot in my heart. Love and big hugs to you. Gloria, Mike and Karry
Peggy and Ray Backe left a message on March 18, 2020:
Dear Clarice, Ray was always so full of enthusiasm which was contagious. It was always a pleasure to be with both of you at state meetings. Our prayers are with you. Peggy and Ray Backee
clayton mackay left a message on March 17, 2020:
As a newly appointed councillor to AAHA, I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Paule, first, in 1980. in South Bend, Indiana. He was a great example of a wonderful leader and person. He left an indelible mark on my career as a veterinary professional with people and pets as our focus.
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Angela Niemann left a message on March 8, 2020:
God bless, Dr. Pahle. I met Ray just as he was retiring, when I started at PSAC. You have legions of grateful clients and were a mentor to me on how to practice medicine and live life. Thanks.
Bob Marold left a message on March 8, 2020:
Ray was one of the real stalwarts of veterinary medicine in not only Milwaukee but all of Wisconsin. He and my father were good friends. He will be missed
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