Italia, Paul A. Mar 21, 1961 - Feb 1, 2016 Survived by loving parents, Al and Marguerite Italia; loving brothers, Laurence (Beth) Italia, John (Starla) Italia, Anthony (Suki) Italia; niece, Alexis; nephew, Joseph; cousins and many friends. Graduate of St. James Grade School, Burke High School and the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He was also an avid sports fan. MEMORIAL SERVICE Monday, 10:30am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. Memorials to the family. JOHN A. GENTLEMAN MORTUARIES AND CREMATORY 72nd STREET CHAPEL 1010 North 72nd St. 402-391-1664 www.johnagentleman.com

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Tim Lentz

I am very sorry to hear of Paul's passing. I wish there was something that I could have done. I went to school with Paul from 1st grade through high school. We were good good for years and played on many sports teams together from grade school into our 20's. I regret not talking to Paul more after I got married and moved to Lincoln in the early 90's, Rest in peace my dear friend.

Tim Lentz

I was was so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. I had been friends with Paul since 1st grade and attended school with him through high school. We played on many sport teams together through the 80's and had a lot of great times. I regret not talking to Paul much after I got married in the early 90's and moved to Lincoln. I will always have fond memories of Paul and the good times that we had. Rest in Peace my dear friend.

Rich Halpenny

Paul was a good teammate, roommate, friend. We enjoyed many happy moments together - sports, music, getting the most out of a young life...

I have to admit that the news of Paul's passing shook me up a bit. Have peace wherever you are, my brother.

My warmest regards for Mr. and Mrs. Italia, Larry, John, and Tony.

John R

I had the pleasure of working with Paul for two years at Havana.
Paul was always a steady and well rooted person who could always be relied on to provide a funny, and honest take on whatever was going on at the time. After I moved on, Paul provided a solid base for Sunday afternoon conversation and endless advice on all things car, cigar, and sports related.

Deepest sympathies and regards to the family and friends of this warm individual. Rest in peace, friend.

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