Mr. Paul L. Jumisco

Mr. Paul L. Jumisco

December 18, 1931 - December 25, 2020

Mr. Paul L. Jumisco

December 18, 1931 - December 25, 2020


Paul LeVern Jumisco passed away peacefully at the age of 89 on December 25, 2020, at Adams Place in Murfreesboro, TN. Paul was born on December 18, 1931, in Detroit, MI to Harold and Vera Jumisco.

After graduating from Lincoln High School in Ferndale, MI, he attended Lawrence Technological University (Lawrence Tech) in Southfield, MI majoring in mechanical engineering. After college, Paul was a dedicated 32-year employee of the Oakland County Department of Public Works.

Throughout Paul’s adult life he had a passion for cars (especially VWs and Fords), travel, and photography. He visited many countries around the world (always with a camera at hand). He said, however, that his favorite trip was driving a car throughout the countryside of England and visiting historic sites.

Upon his retirement he moved to Murfreesboro, TN in 1997 to be near Nashville. Since he was a fan of country music (especially Eddie Arnold) and Paul being an accomplished steel guitar player, his new home was a perfect fit. He acquired a dog named “Lucy” through “dog rescue” who was his constant companion for many years. Together, they enjoyed endless daily walks.

Paul is preceded in death by his younger brother, Harold. He is survived by his sister Norma (Hank); niece, Lynn (Dan); nephew, Hank, Jr. (Liping); friends, and cousins across the country.

Paul’s wry smile, dry sense of humor, often coming up with witty observations, and his generous spirit was his endearing traits that will be missed by all.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is in charge of the arrangements. You may send your memories or sympathy to the family at

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1 responses to Mr. Paul L. Jumisco

  1. I’m so sorry to hear the news. I was Mr Jumisco’s Realtor and fast friend when he sold his home in Georgetown and purchased his home on Waywood Dr in Murfreesboro. We had the best time searching for the Perfect home. I’ve got so many funny stories from that time. He cracked me up when he insisted on sitting in the tubs of the homes we toured. When he bought the house on Waywood, I asked, “What are you going to do with all of these bedrooms?” He replied, “Maybe I’ll sleep in a different one every night.” He was a very sweet man and friend. Mr Jumisco, I hope you have an awesome tub in heaven!

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