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Paul Holly Bartram Paul Holly Bartram passed on April 8, 2014. He was born on 12-5-1931 in Redding, Ca., where he was raised. He was in the Marine Corps and served in the
. After his discharge he came to Humboldt County where his family-mother and brother-was residing. In the early years he worked in several lumber mills and the Paladini seafood plant. He worked as a carpenter, as well. He then spent over 10 years at Hilfiker Pipe as a welder, and another 14 years at Humboldt Recovery Center as a drug/alcohol counselor. After retiring he worked part-time for Golden State Overnight delivering goods to government agencies, businesses and private parties. He loved to drive, and especially loved the SF 49rs; an avid fan since the early 1950's. He enjoyed watching the Canadian geese and the pelicans by the bay. Paul was a member of the Eureka Church of Christ and cherished his fellowship with all of the congregation. He recently attended a "High Tea" , celebrating Valentine's Day with his wife and other men and women of the congregation. All were impressed with the event, especially Paul. He was pre-deaceaced by his mother, Shelda Bartram, father, Paul W. Bartram, and favorite buddy, Kimo, a minature poodle, who owned Paul. He is survived by his wife, Miki, his brother, Floyd, and sister-in-law, Linda of Beatty, Oregon. Also is survived by his step-daughters Cynthia Hill of Minnesota, Seana Repair of Texas, and step-son Brad Harvell of Texas, and all their children-13 in all, and 6 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by a special friend of over 40+ years, Jerry Ross. No services will be held, and any contributions should be directed to the
Published in Eureka Times-Standard on Apr. 13, 2014
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"Paul was a great guy. He helped many people through his counseling work at Humboldt Recovery Center."
- Neil Tarpey
"Paul was dear to us, always smiling, and a great hugger. We pray for God's comfort and peace in the..."
- Charles Clem
"Miki, I am sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and praying for you!"
- Sarah Ireland
"Miki, I'm so sorry to hear about Paul. My prayer is for God to bless you with His peace and fill your..."
- Sherry Hornbrook
"Miki I am so sorry for your.loss. You are in my prayers."
- Eunice Hill
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