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December 14, 2018

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December 14, 2018

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March 7, 2018
February 22, 2018
Lifetime of love and happiness. Will never forget Paul.
February 21, 2018
I remember Paul as I was a young teen and he probably in his twenties. He was just starting out in the refrigeration business. A lot of the time he was paired with my dad Clarence Weaver on service calls and installation for Anchor refrigeration. I remembered Paul to be a blast of fun he kept laughing with his little quips he would do. After I got married and ended up in the service Him and my Wife would go to the Mall and sit and watch people for fun. That entertained her while I was in Vietnam. Paul and I lost track of each other after my dad passed away and many had left or retired from Anchor. Then one day by chance we bumped into each other at Kroger's on Smithville he was doing a repair the wife and kids with me was doing our shopping. Paul had a big smile and a great big hug for all of us. Found out that we lived close by and visited a fair amount after that. Both Paul and I were ford fans and we talked and laughed about cars etc. Again lost contact I got promoted at work and moved to Marysville area then later back to Dayton Area. I never saw him at the Big Bash or any of the alumni events. This is a shock to me to hear this and I'm so sorry I didn't know this sooner. I know this he is sitting with my Dad, Garland, Willy, Bill and probably the owners of Anchor Refrigeration all telling stories of working together. So don't worry over Paul he has many friends there looking after him. They all know we are missing all of them. May the Ebright family have peace and comfort in knowing that Paul had a good life and left a mark on many more families that remember him.
February 20, 2018
I only met your Father a few times but I know how much he was loved and cherished by his family. My prayers and condolences to his son Rodney and his family. May God's grace comfort you and your family thru the coming days. May he rest in peace. Fay Young