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July 18, 2018

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September 1, 2017
We sure do miss you Dad, and think of you every day. It makes me happy to think of you in heaven, barefoot in overalls and walking on you hands! Thank you, Linda, for your sweet words.
August 28, 2017
Nothing about Paul was small-from the 100 pound catfish he caught with my grandfather to the fact that he could swim an entire pool length with one stroke, to his war service, to the joy of his teasing "go find me a couple of silver forks, and I'll make you better wedding rings than the ones you've got on." Paul was a wonderful fun person. And full of life. We will always remember him.
January 10, 2016
The amateur radio community in Albuquerque was deeply saddened in December when it learned about Paul's passing. He is now classified as a "silent key" in ham radio lingo but will always be remembered for his humor (and his hat). We miss you, Paul!
January 10, 2016
So sad to learn of Paul's passing back in December. The members of the Amateur Radio Caravan Club missed him and his humor when he moved to California and now we will really miss him. We will always remember him (and his hat) with a big smile.