Paul Robert Sheeran
Monday, December 8, 1952
Date of Death:
Sunday, November 17, 2019
66 years old
Paul Robert Sheeran
Paul Robert Sheeran, age 66, of Rochester, died peacefully at home on Sunday, November 17, 2019, from bile duct cancer. Paul was born in Waseca on December 8, 1952, to Francis and Elaine (Jewison) Sheeran. He grew up on a farm in Janesville, MN.
Paul graduated from Janesville High School on June 5, 1970. He married Mary Mines on July 5, 1975; they were later divorced. Paul married Jacqueline Coe Rehbein on May 3, 2008.
Paul worked as Environmental Services Director at senior living campuses in Rochester and Albert Lea. Paul enjoyed spending time with family and friends, traveling, and sharing his wonderful sense of humor. Paul will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know him.
Paul is survived by his wife, Jackie Sheeran of Rochester; daughter, Marisa (Tony) Luna of Rochester; son, Jesse Sheeran of San Gabriel, CA; stepsons: Matthew (Dominica) Rehbein of Novi, MI, and Alex (Kelli) Rehbein of Kenyon, MN; granddaughter, Magnolia Sheeran of Rochester; great-grandson, Isaiah Sheeran of Rochester; and siblings: Ray (Sue) Sheeran of Verona, WI, Kay (Laverne) Denning of Fort Myers, FL, Tom (Pam) Sheeran of Seaforth, MN, Jim (Julie) Sheeran of Francis, UT, Tim (Jane) Sheeran of Mantorville, MN, and Pat (Donna) Sheeran of Francis, UT.
Paul was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Francis Sheeran and David Sheeran.
A memorial Mass will be held Friday, November 22, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Church of the Resurrection, 1600 11th Avenue SE, Rochester, MN 55904, with Fr. Shawn Haremza officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the Mass.
Memorials in honor of Paul may be directed to Seasons Hospice.
The family of Paul Robert Sheeran has received the following condolences.
Dear family.... we were so surprised to read about Paul. We do not know the second family but are so happy that Paul found more happy family time. Marisa and Jesse - we are so sorry that Paul didn't get to live to old age and enjoy your life adventures.
We were neighbors of Paul and Mary in Albert Lea. We were at each other's houses often. Our daughter Brie offered child watching of Jesse after school. Our son Zach went to school w/ Marisa. We had many fun times filled w/ laughter. We also boarded our horse there for awhile - more funny stories.
We loved Paul's humor and smile. He was a great guy and we were so lucky to be a part of his fun and life adventure!!!!
Love you... Collette and Turk Turcotte
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Eugene and Pam
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.We lost a good friend and a great Irishman!
Ron Hoehn and Eunice Gitter
Jackie and family
Thinking of you in your time of grief.
Sending prayers from Steve and Bette
I will miss this man tremendously..
He was an amazing boss and coworker his sense of humor was outrageously On cue and hilarious as all get up....great man.. even though he loved his Jameson with one Ice cube directly in the middle ... if that can even be possible.. with Paul it was his way.....I miss you to heaven and back...
#AKA# coworker# missing you4ever#
My heartfelt condolences to you and Paul's friends and family. May you be surrounded by love and support during this difficult time.
I am so sorry to hear about your husband’s passing. Please know that I am thinking about you and your family during this difficult time.
With sincere sympathy,
I worked with Paul at Samaritan Bethany. He was a good man that always enjoyed laughing and a good joke. And that good ole Irish pride he had! Thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
Godbless you all at this time I will be forever grateful for all the kindness and support he gave to me His smile will be missed a beutifal person he is He was my supervisor at the Madonna Community Many blessings to you all.
Marissa, deepest condolences to you and your families.
Elementary school friend
I will miss Paul's larger-than-life personality, his jokes, his camaraderie and working together as colleagues at Madonna Living Community. He always lovingly spoke of Jackie, his family, his grandkids, his vacations. When I see the shamrock in the stained glass window at Madonna Towers, I will think of Paul and smile. Thank you for sharing Paul with us. He lives on in our memories.
I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
I have no words to describe this-but I will always remember Paul’s great sense of humor. His deep love for Marisa, Jesse, Maggie and Isaiah will be their gift forever.
My deepest condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.