I worked for Paul delivering auto parts while I was going to college and he was always positive and made sure my school came first. Go Bless this great man
I remember Mr. Carr when I was a child. When I started playing softball for Ashland (I was about 8 or 9), he would come by the practice field and check on us. I remember he was always chatting with the parents, joking around with us and laughing. He was a very caring and cheerful person. God bless his family.
So sorry to hear about this today. This was one Truly unique man and one of the happiest souls I have ever known. Prayer are with the family of this kind soul!
Paul was a wonderful man and will be missed by many. Anytime I saw Paul, he always had a big smile on his face. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family.
Thanks to you the family for sharing such a great guy with so many people. Mr. Carr coached softball when I first started playing the sport at the age of 7. I never became the greatest but you could tell that really didn't matter to him - he taught sportsmanship and hardwork are what counts not how many games you win. In recent years I would see him around town and he always had that same bubbly attitude no matter when I saw him. Sheila Epps Davis