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Paul Francis Cripps Obituary
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August 20, 2018

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November 30, 2017
Dwayne and I were friends in High School when I met big Paul. Paul hired me initially as a high school lacky and taught me so much about work ethic, craftmanship, and many life lessons. I still remember my initiation installing windows in Shoshone ITD and Paul buying steaks on the way home in Mt. Home. I am so sorry I cannot be present for his remembrance, but Dwayne and family please know I am thinking of the Cripps family in this difficult time.
November 28, 2017
When I was unemployed Paul full of compassion hired me and befriended me at a time in life I was really down and depressed. I truly appreciate every kindness he and his family extended to me and my family. He was a true friend. He and his family were prayed for this morning before I had learned he had gone to be with Jesus. Love and blessings to Avlin, Duane, and Val. Jim Franklin