Paul Yanis

Paul Anthony Yanis

Friday November 3, 1989 - Thursday June 18, 2020
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Paul Anthony Yanis, age 30, of Georgetown, passed away Thursday, June 18th at Georgetown Community Hospital. He was born in South Bend, Indiana on November 3, 1989 to Paul Yanis and Tracey Ellis Morris. Paul was a proud United States Navy Veteran.
He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Kenneth Ellis.
Paul is survived by his wife, Amanda Yanis; his mother, Tracey (Jeff) Morris; his father, Paul Yanis; a daughter, Rosalie Yanis; a son, Jacob Brown; his maternal grandmother, Martha (Les) Honeycutt; a stepbrother, Patric Morris; a stepsister, Shelbi Morris; an aunt, Stacey (Terry) Thacker and his cousin, Kaleb.
A Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, June 21st at Ware Funeral Home from 4:00 PM until 5:00 PM with Gary Fuller officiating. View and sign the guestbook at
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Katherine Frazier

Posted at 06:27pm
I’m not sure if it’s appropriate for me to even comment on here. We didn’t speak to each other very often and I haven’t even seen him since 2011. I found out he passed away last night. We had so many memories together. I’m just glad he had a chance to have a family while he was still alive. He needed the happiness in his life. My goodness, he was too young to die. I share my deepest condolences to Tracey Ellis Morris. No mother should ever have to bury a child. And to Amanda Yanis, I never met you but no wife should be widowed so young and no child should have to grow up without a father. I can’t imagine your pain. But I am so sorry for your loss.

Matt Thomas

Posted at 03:36pm
I started maintenance at Aichi with Anthony and our brotherhood sparked immediately the moment we met. We challenged each other to be better, helped each other through some really hard days at work. Anthony’s jokes helped lighten the mood through all of it. And then we moved on to other jobs, our brotherhood disbanded. Fate had other plans, however, when Toyota called me and offered me a job. I texted Anthony immediately and he quickly replied, eager to help. We often laughed about how we couldn’t escape each other because we somehow ended up in the same place, the same shift and the same team yet again. But when I think back, I was relieved that Anthony was there to greet me with a sarcastic remark when I started Toyota. I’ll miss his lightheartedness and the relentless way he challenged my own unearned self righteousness. He didn’t miss a beat and is so far the only person I’ve met that would dance to my nervous tapping rather than become annoyed.

Thank you, Yanis, for having fun no matter what the situation. I needed it, whether I realized or not. You’ll forever be in my memory as the brother I never had.

Ellen Brenneman

Posted at 07:06am
I was so deeply sorry to learn about Anthony’s passing. I’m holding you all close to my heart during this difficult time, and sending all my love.

Richard Nieves

Posted at 11:07pm
Our military service brought us together through our veterans gaming group. We gamed every night and have great memories. I will cherish every conversation we had. You will be missed dearly. I love you bro. Rest In Peace, and we’ll meet again one day.

Connie Shepherd

Posted at 06:32pm
Tracey , so shocked to see this about Anthony. Seems it was just a few years ago, he was the cute little boy that would come to the office to see you. My thoughts and prayers go out you and his family during this difficult time. So terrible to lose the ones so dear to us.

Tony Kendrick Posted at 10:03pm

Cousin Lynn, Thinking of you and your family. So sorry to hear this. You are in our hearts. If we can do anything lets us know. Tony Kendrick and family

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