To Paul's Family: I am very sorry for your loss. It was my priviledge to work with Paul at Riverside AFSS. Paul touched many of our lives in a very positive way. He went a long way for just a "simple country boy" from Arkansas.
What a great friend for over 50 years.
Was the same everyday. Will be miss
by all. God Bless your family.
To - The Provence Family. My prayers are with you. Former co-wowrker with Paul at Riverside AFSS. It was the best of times.
Gloria Othello-Thomas, Georgia
My sympathy on Paul Death, I was a childhood , he left great respect frommyself.
I had the privilege to call you friend and mentor. Paul, you taught me more than you will ever know through your stories and mentorship. You were one of the most dedicated and hardest working guys I have ever met. God bless you and your family
You were a great Team Manager at Riverside AFSS. We'll miss you, boss.
Linda, I know losing a brother is very hard. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Paul, it was great working along with you. I knew we had one of the most brilliant and thoughtful fellow workers when we worked the same shift. My deepest condolences to Liv and all your family
Paul Provence you were a true friend and will be greatly missed by all who knew you. I never met a more dedicated person on the job nor in life. Always positive and cheerful, he did tell great stories. My favorite was one he told of his ordering a steak, rare, in a restaurant. Those who knew him will recognize the story. God bless you Paul.
This hillbilly from Arkansas was brilliant. He was a good friend and co-worker. I learned a whole lot from him. All will miss him and his experiences. God Bless Paul and his family.
Paul you are and always will be a true friend! Thank you for your many years of service to your country, your family and your friends. Your house indeed awaits you. God bless you and your loved ones.
A real patriot,co-worker and friend. Paul, you could also spin a great story. Those who worked with you will understand this quote from one of your favorite yarns about one of your assignments during your career in the Air Force.... "goin' to Myrtle.". Paul, you've gone to Myrtle and will be missed by all who knew you. God bless you and your family.