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January 25, 2013
Jane and Chuck,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am so, so sorry.
January 25, 2013
I met John in the 7th grade at Wilsonville grade school, and have many cherished memories of those "Wilsonville years", as well as our high school years at West Linn. John was a big part of those memories. He was so smart and incredibly funny...often the class cut-up. I'm pretty sure our teachers were both impressed by his intellect while they marveled at his wit (even as they tried not to laugh!)
I feel so lucky to have known John, but regret not keeping in touch with him over the last decade or so. I am so happy that he had such a beautiful family and an amazing life, despite being cut way too short.
I pray that his family finds peace and strength in the many beloved memories they have of John.
January 25, 2013
John was the perfect host or dinner guest, always engaging, and entertaining - never at a loss for conversation and no one left out. He played basketball with my husband and was the "nicknamer", finding one for everyone in the game and remembering them forever as that nickname. He was constantly on the go with his girls: pool, tennis, bike ride, soccer. We thought he had batteries. He will be missed.
January 25, 2013
I will always remember John and his great sense of humor and his contagious energy. He was a great friend and was an inspiration to me as a father. I treasure the little time I was able to spend hanging our with him. Playing hoops & jamming. R.I.P. JP You will always be loved and remembered as a great man.
January 25, 2013
Johnny Paulson, we lost touch, but not for any real reason, I will miss you, as will everyone else you touched in this life. Bring your charms and boyish enthusiasm to the next life will you please?
LP
January 25, 2013
John is my closest and dearest friend, and I cannot imagine not talking to him on a daily basis anymore. When we talked we did not talk about his medical issues, because he made me promise not to treat him different or like he was sick, instead we talked about day to day life, his family, politics, sports and the future. He told me that he was going to do the best he could each day, and I believe he did. While he was doing the on board chemotherapy, we went snowboarding, rode quads at Sand Lake, went to the beach with his girls. From the first time I met him in 1984 we hit it off, and were brothers from that day forward. John you will be missed, but never forgotten.
January 25, 2013
JP you will be missed,life moves too fast. i will always remember the fun times we had sking,boating and just hanging out.sad we were not able to go for that motorcycle ride we had just talked about. my thoughts and prayers for your family.
January 25, 2013
John was a vibrant, enthusiastic person,
and a super neighbor. He was always SO
cheerful and upbeat, in spite of his
pain. We will miss him!
January 25, 2013
I will always remember John on the soccer field, full of enthusiasm and fun. Thinking of your family,so sorry for your loss.
January 25, 2013
John was the older, "big kid" on the block on Montgomery Way in Wilsonville... I was an impressionable "little kid". I haven't seen John in 30 years. But I think of John often: when I hear The Cars, see a GREAT water skier, or reflect on the times he made us all laugh. You don't always realize your childhood role models until adulthood. John was and is one for me. My respect to John's family... your Dad was a good man.

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