Paul John Zloba
Paul John Zloba

June 6, 1941 - February 10, 2017
Born in Cincinnati
Resided in Gulf Breeze, FL


Paul John Zloba, born and raised in the North Fairmount neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on February 10, 2017 in Gulf Breeze, Florida surrounded by his family.

He was an inspirational brother, was selfless as a Marine and Vietnam War veteran, an accomplished engineer, devout Catholic, noble humanitarian, admirable husband to the most incredible wife, Donna E. (Buttelwerth) Zloba, exceptional father to Donna T., Paul Jr., Mark and Josh, treasured father-in-law to Darrell and Gullunaz and loving grandfather of Cullen, Lexi and Sabri.

Most importantly, Paul was a jovial and charitable friend to all who crossed his path. A philanthropist of laughter, he was always ready to make someone smile.

As he shared this gift with everyone, you can remember Paul by sharing another smile in his honor at his service on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 9:00 AM at St. Gertrude Parish in Madeira at 6543 Miami Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243.

His funeral mass will be followed by burial at the Gate of Heaven cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Leo's Church in Cincinnati, Ohio or to the charity Unbound ( would be appreciated by Paul.

If you would like to send flowers to be placed at the altar for service, there are two options for delivery:

1. Friday delivery: Flowers can be delivered to the St Gertrude Parish Office on Friday using the address: St. Gertrude, 6543 Miami Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45243

2. Saturday delivery: Flowers can be delivered to the church before 8:30 AM Saturday morning, using the address: St. Gertrude, 7630 Shawnee Run Rd,
Cincinnati, OH 45243




St. Gertrude Church
7630 Shawnee Run Road
Cincinnati, OH US 45243
Saturday, February 18, 2017
9:00 AM
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Gate of Heaven Cemetery
11000 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH US 45249
Section: 21
Lot: 484
Saturday, February 18, 2017


St. Leo Church
2573 St. Leo Place
Cincinnati, OH 45225
1 Elmwood Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66103
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