“Paul will be missed, I know how much he loved his wife and 2 children. They ment the world to him. Family ment alot to him. Paul always said as long as he had them 3 that he didn't need anything else in the world. Paul was a good old country boy and a great friend. I will miss him. I will keep his family in my prayers.
“We just heard of Paul's passing, we are so sorry for your loss. Lilo and I have wondered where he had been, we missed talking and seeing him at the park.Lilo would always rub up against him and give him her loving. He will be missed by all who knew him. Born on earth to live in Heaven. Carol, Terry and Lilo Oliver
“Paul was my brother in every way possible.I Love you so must. We was so
close because we grow up together. I was making you a family book.I love you.You always call the slim.
“It was a honor to have known Paul. He touched many lives in his lifetime. His kindness, humor, sayings, quips, country boy demeanor, love for his family, his old truck "Blue" and as he put it, 'God's country'- Floyd County and Bent Mountain will always be remembered by many of us with fondness. He was a good man and will be missed by all. My sympathy goes out to his wife Debbie who shared the last 30 years of his life. Sympathy to my nephew and niece. Toby and his family, Kristy...
“Debby: So very sorry to hear that you lost Paul. I know you will miss him forever. Take care of yourself and stop by if you are in the area.
“I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Paul at Carter Tool and he was always a Quiet Gentleman. I know you will miss him. Rena Moore Roanoke
“You all are in my prayers. Paul was like a brother to me. Time we spent together in school and army not to mention the crazy and wild weekends.Paul would have made a great driver for Nascar we straighten out the roads in Floyd county on weekends.Please except my sympathy,and may God lay his hand on you at this time and help you.May God bless each and everyone.
“Toby and Kristy, I am so sorry for your loss. I know he will truly be missed. Paul was a great guy and you know I will miss him even though I had not talked to him in years. Love you guys Judy S
“Toby im going to miss Paul I always liked talking to him he truly was a good guy we have some good/great memories of him
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Paul Kenneth Yeatts, 66, of Salem, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Paul was a veteran, having served in the U.S. Army. He loved his truck and working on old cars, and enjoyed fishing and camping in the woods. But above all, Paul loved his family more than anything....Read More