Paul Warren Weishoff, 81, of Oro Valley, AZ passed away peacefully with his family by his side on August 11, 2020. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer earlier this year. \n\nPaul was born in Beaver Dam, WI on February 24, 1939, the son of Irene (Rhode) and Elmer Weishoff. He was married to Sandra (Babler) on August 6, 1966, in Monroe, WI.\n\nFollowing graduation from Western Illinois University in Macomb with a degree in History & Education, Paul served in the US Army, Ft. Knox, Kentucky & was later stationed in Communications at the Pentagon, Washington DC. After completing his military service, Paul taught history at the high school level and was a varsity basketball & baseball coach in Illinois. He left teaching to work at Caterpillar Tractor Company in Aurora, IL as a Quality Control Supervisor. The family relocated in 1987 to Tucson where he worked for 20 years until retirement for the US Department of Defense in Quality Assurance.\n\nAn avid Green Bay Packer & Wisconsin Badger fan, Paul also enjoyed outdoor activities such as running, biking, golfing & fishing. He was a member of Resurrection Lutheran Church and served for years at Interfaith Community Services as a Mobile Meals volunteer. Paul always looked forward to their trips back to Wisconsin, visiting with family & friends. San Diego was also a favorite vacation place that Paul loved and they returned there frequently. For Paul & Sandy's 50th wedding anniversary, the entire family made a memorable trip to Hawaii. He was an excellent role model, especially for his grandsons, who loved and admired their Poppy so very much. Paul was devoted to his family and was loved beyond measure. He will remain forever in our hearts.\n\nSurvivors include his loving wife of 54 years, Sandy; daughter, Dawn (Marty) Bonfanti; and son, Ryan. He is also survived by grandsons, Cody McManus and Riley McManus, two nieces, a nephew, cousins and close friends.\n\nA memorial service will be held at Resurrection Lutheran Church, Oro Valley on Friday, November 20th at 11:00 am. Final resting place will be in Paul's home state of Wisconsin. The family suggests in lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (pancan.org) or Resurrection Lutheran Church. Arrangements by Vistoso Funeral Home.