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Christopher John Paudler

February 22, 1977 - March 25, 2020

Burial Date April 8, 2020

Funeral Home Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Cemetery Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Due to Coronavirus, an immediate family service only will be held Wednesday, April 8th, at Woodlawn Funeral Home with Pastor Abe Daniel officiating. Burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery.

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Entered Into Eternal Rest March 26, 2020

Christopher John Paudler, 43, died at home Thursday, March 26, 2020. Death was sudden and unexpected, though he had epilepsy for 20 years.

Chris was born February 22, 1977 in Pullman, Washington to Frank and Linda Paudler of Olympia, Washington.

Chris was a graduate of Olympia High School and Washington State University, Vancouver, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business with a GPA 3.25.

Chris had previously been employed as a car salesman at Jet Chevrolet in Tacoma, and most recently at Lincoln Mazda of Olympia. He has worked at Narconon in Watsonville, California, as a Rehabilitation Counselor. He had also been a trainer and in sales at gyms in the Watsonville area.

He enjoyed working out regularly at 24Hr Fitness, Planet Fitness, and Thrive. He was a familiar face there and freely gave advice to novices at the gyms. He had won several power lifting titles in the past. He lettered in football and track and field throwing the discus and shot-put at Olympia High School.

Surviving Chris are his parents Frank and Linda Paudler, his sister Pam Paulder and her husband Mike of Lynnwood WA, and his two brothers Tim Paudler of Lake Tapps WA and Tom Paudler and his wife Carey of Germantown TN. In addition, Chris had three nieces, Mikayla Pivec of Corvalis OR, Malia Pivec of Boise ID, and Dakota Paudler of Germantown TN. Five nephews include JJ Paudler of Lake Tapps WA; DJ Paudler, Noah Paudler, Lincoln Paudler, and Max Paudler all of Germantown, TN.

Due to the Coronavirus, an immediate family service-only will be held Wednesday, April 8th at 1pm, at Woodlawn Funeral Home with Pastor Abe Daniel officiating. Burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to Evergreen Christian Community Church, Olympia WA.