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Paul Webster McKee

November 15, 1962 — July 7, 2024

Indianapolis

Paul Webster McKee, 61, peacefully passed away on Sunday, July 7, 2024, at Compassus Hospice in Indianapolis. Paul fought a 4-year-long battle with cancer and is now finally at peace.

Paul was born on November 15, 1962, to James Alexander McKee and Mary Lee (McLachlan) McKee in Fort Hood, Texas. Paul was the youngest of their 3 sons. Paul resided much of his life in the state of Washington. He graduated in 1981 from Shadle Park High School in Spokane, Washington.

Paul tried his hand at several different professions including car sales and stockbroker before finding his niche in the logistics world. He started out working as a temp in a warehouse but then worked his way up through the ranks. Paul’s career brought him to Indiana in 2007. He moved his family to Brownsburg, IN. He ended his long logistics career as a Senior Operations Manager at Geodis.

Paul was fortunate enough to have a group of life-long friends. They met went they were in middle and high school and have remained close throughout the years. Paul called them brothers- Eric Skubinna, Mike Kretzer, Matt Brown and Mark Skubinna. Some of Paul’s fondest memories were of golf trips with the guys. He especially loved to reminisce with them about all of their antics.

Paul met his current wife, Joelee, in the summer of 2017 and were married in the fall of 2019.

Paul is preceded in death by his parents, stepfather Lester Brown and brother David McKee. He is survived by his brother Jim McKee, wife Joelee McKee, children- Kyle and Kaitlynn McKee, stepchildren Riley Arnett and Noah Smith and grandchildren Kennedy Shaffer-Arnett and Jude Arnett.

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