Paul Ricks (Rick) Herrmann, native of Savannah, passed away peacefully on May 17,
2023 at home in the loving arms of his wife, Peggy Herrmann and step-daughter, Lori
Bukowski. His family had spent the day with him as well.
Rick graduated from Savannah High School in 1963 and earned his Bachelor’s Degree
from Brewton Parker College in Soperton, GA in 1965. He worked at National Gypsum
Company in Savannah most of his career for 40+ years.
His favorite activities included: spending time with his children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren and friends. Any day playing golf was a great day. He especially enjoyed
playing golf on Tuesdays at Henderson Golf Club with 3 of his retired buddies from work.
That was the highlight of his week. He also loved playing golf with his 2 oldest
grandson’s in Toccoa, GA. He met with his school buddies the first Thursday of each
month at the Breakfast Club on Victory. He was very active in the Director’s Staff with
the Shiner’s Staff with Alee Temple for several years. And at one point he was president of
He was active in his church for many years at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Garden
City. He served on the Finance Committee and worked on the Church Budget.
He is survived by his sons, Paul R. Herrmann II (Esther), Thomas A Herrmann (Meg), Step-daughter, Lori Bukowski, Step-son, Lee Throneburg (Kat),and his sister, Barbara Prieto, Sister-in-law, Betty Green
(Mike); grandchildren Thomas Herrmann II, Erin Hamilton, Paul Herrmann III, Jacob
Herrmann; step grandchildren Donovan, Aidan, Liam Bukowski, Brittany Throneburg (Zack), Hunter Throneburg (Erin), Brandon, and Dallas; great grandchildren Zaila Erby, Hudson Throneburg Joshua, Courtney, Cory, Elena Hamilton and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceded in death: Step-daughter, Teresa Throneburg, Parents, Edna and
Paul Frederick Herrmann.
“Rick” will be truly be missed by all.
Services will held at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Garden City, May 21, 2023 at 1:00pm. Donations may be sent to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.Print This Obituary & Condolences