Paul Justin Broski

December 6, 1981 - September 13, 2020
Paul Justin Broski

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BROSKI, Paul Justin, 38, of Benwood, WV, died Sunday, September 13, 2020 in Reynold Memorial Hospital.

He was born December 6, 1981, in Waynesburg, Pa., son of Paul W. and Judith Rethage Broski. He served in the U.S. Navy, and enjoyed art and playing guitar.

He is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, George and Emma Bickerton Broski, and his maternal grandfather, James Rethage.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his maternal grandmother, Anna Rethage; one daughter, Jocelyn Faith Broski; one brother, Bryan Broski; two nieces; and two nephews.

At the family’s request, there will be no visitation. Arrangements have been entrusted to the CARE Funeral home, 1500 Second Street, Moundsville, WV.

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  • September 16, 2020
    Lander Nettles says:
    I still cannot believe you are gone.. You were such a huge part of our life. I wish I would have gotten home sooner. I wish we could have told you how much you meant to us. I will never forget you and Tom going to get Pepper for me when I was away. You came and saw me almost every weekend while I was in the center. You were the best shoulder I ever cried on, and some of the best laughs. In the Navy you found my number and you called me or wrote to me weekly. I will never forget the words you wrote. Driving to work together for telemarketing daily for almost a year.. The laughs we had then too. You always made the job seem so much better. All the nights you sat at the foot of my bed as teenagers, until the nights recently I fell asleep sitting beside you in the living room.. I'll never forget the time we went to a show together and got lost for almost an hour. You thought it was an adventure, and I thought it was hell. Your every day visits over the last year. I could see you.. You never asked us for anything and when we asked, you always pretended to be so tough. Paul, I love and miss you so much brother. I promise to celebrate your life and to never ever forget you!! See you again my oldest, dearest friend.

  • September 17, 2020
    Barbara Martin says:
    PJ you was like a big brother to me are we had fun times growing up you picking and fighting with me then when we got older we got along better and you wanted to date my friends . I’m going to miss running into you at concerts. Love you PJ Fly High

  • September 17, 2020
    Christopher Kitchen says:
    Paul and Judy I am so sorry, so very sorry! You are in my and my family’s prayers!

  • September 17, 2020
    Jessica hall says:
    I have known Paul (P.J.) for years proably 20 years. Have alot of good memories over the years. I never forget the good times we shared. All the long nights at Jeff's just sitting around and hanging out. You awalys had crazy ideals . you brought the life to the party. May you rest easy my friend untill we meet on the other side my friend R.I.P. Paul we never forget you

  • September 17, 2020
    Summer Hall says:
    What a devastating loss... Thinking back, I can't picture a single time- not one memory of you, Paul- when you weren't smiling and laughing, or going out of your way to make someone else smile and laugh. Sooo many people love you, my friend... To Paul's parents: Please accept my deepest and sincerest condolences for your unthinkable loss. Your boy will never be forgotten- there's no way that would be possible! We all want to have happy memories, and Paul is leaving every person he knew with plenty of them. Brightest and warmest blessings to you all. Until we meet again, my friend...because we WILL meet again, as promised. See you later on.