Paula

March 9, 1971 ~ July 28, 2021

Born in: Vincennes, Indiana
Resided in: Vincennes, Indiana

Paula J. (Staley) Limbach Livermore, 50, of Vincennes, IN, passed away July 28, 2021.

She had worked as a bartender at the Knights of Columbus, and had a big loving heart, sassy personality and if she was around you knew it. Paula has a big (framily) that loved her.

Surviving is her husband, Michael Livermore;  her children, L.J. Limbach and his wife, Lacey, of Vincennes, IN, Avery Livermore of Princeton, IN, and Jessica Parish of Michigan City, IN; her siblings, Bub Staley and his wife, Dawn, of Vincennes, IN, Suellen Rosenback and her husband, Matthias, of Germany, Lorrie Adams of Princeton, her father-in-law, Tracy Livermore and his companion, Lucy Reed, of Vincennes, IN; 12 grandchildren; her brother-in-law, Matthew Livermore of Vincennes, IN;

Born March 9, 1971, in Vincennes, IN she was the daughter of Gene Staley  and Carolyn Morris and raised by her grandparents, Elza and Ida Staley. Her father; her  paternal grandparents, Elza and Ida Staley and her maternal grandparents, Bud and Sue Morris.

A graveside service will be held on Monday, at 10:30, at Memorial Park Cemetery. A dinner will follow at the Knights of Columbus.

Services

Graveside Service: August 2, 2021 10:30 am

Memorial Park Cemetery
919 Willow Street
Vincennes, IN 47591


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  1. Prayers for your family and friends. I’ll always remember our good times rest easy babes. I love you!

  2. You are one of my oldest best friends my sister I will miss you but I will forever hold my memories of you in my heart

  3. U were like a daughter to me we talked about everything & I lovee u so much. I will always love u Paula Jean ,I’m going to miss our morning talks & all we had time together. So that being said U knw+( Ditto) remember our secret word

  4. I missed u from the time I was told hard to believe Always told u that .U were my kid ,I had to give u to ur dad so I would nt b the outcast Just know we knw who was there for u babe always I love you & miss u too. Suotos Ditto

  5. (What is your meaning in Life)

    As cliche as it sounds, death. I hear life gives meaning to life but, if you had a time limit to complete a task that’s worthwhile to you or to your future even though it was difficult would you be more inclined to do so if you didn’t have that time constraint.
    Hypothetically, if you had no time limit at all what makes someone from putting off something important to their future that’s extremely hard? A limit on time gives a sense of urgency and it pushes you past limits you otherwise would have stood behind telling yourself, just one more day and I will do this or that. The key to meaning comes from an idea ingrained in most religions which is the concept of sacrifice. If you’re willing to sacrifice your time(current) for something or someone that thing or person gives you meaning(future). For some people it’s their children, for others it’s their jobs.
    Meaning is real but it’s all relative, each person has his or her destiny in a sense. You have a finite amount of time as a sentient biological creature, you know what likes or dislikes you have. Why is music so subjective in the sense that some could like it while others do not? Is that not a defined variable or rather a part of your destiny? What tells you that you like math or a particular science and for some reason you can’t play a guitar but once you pick up chalk you can define then refine science formulas? How would one know without experience what they truly love to do and, how can one live without death as a constant reminder to continue onward?
    I think without death people wouldn’t explore these ideas, there would be no reason for meaning if there was no such thing as death. There would just. “be”.
    Life gives death and, in-turn, death gives life. The only way to metaphorically live on past your natural life is to embrace creation which is to say, have kids.
    The more people you can help in the world the more meaning and responsibility you have. The more you sacrifice the more meaning you give to others to make this all worth living and fighting to survive for.
    That’s why I embrace death because without it, there would be little reason to truly live,. Dana Cornwell

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