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Paul Frederic Hart

1928 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Paul Frederic Hart Obituary
1928 - 2018 Woodland Paul Hart died peacefully at home early in the morning of July 9. He had just celebrated his 90th birthday with his extended family on June 18. Paul was born in Yreka, in Northern California, June 18,1928. His family has been in the area since the 1860s. The Hart family eventually settled in Sacramento, where Paul graduated from McClatchy High School in 1946. Following high school, and shortly before the end of World War II, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. and served for two years. He then attended Menlo College, followed by the University of Oregon, where he earned his Bachelor's degree in Political Science. As a banker, Paul worked for Crocker Bank for many years, in Sacramento, West Sacramento, Chico, and eventually Woodland, where he was manager of their new branch. He eventually left Crocker to help found Capital Bank of Commerce in Sacramento, as Vice president. He retired in 1985. Paul had three children with his first wife, Kaylaine, and eventually remarried Debbra Brook in 1969. They were married 48 years at the time of Debi's death earlier this year. His passions included spending time with his family, golf, gardening, socializing with friends at the Yolo Flier's Club and travelling the world with Debi. He was also a longtime member of the Masonic Lodge. Paul was preceded in death by his parents, Frederick Paul Hart and Stella Louisa Hart; sister, Kathryn Lauppe, and his wife, Debbra Alena Hart. He is survived by his three children, Kim Hart, of Cameron Park, CA, Kevin Hart (Kareen) of Santa Barbara, CA, and Lisa Andberg (Dan), of Carpinteria, CA; brothers-in-law, Burton Lauppe, Jeff Brook (Libby), Matt Brook (Sandy); nine grandchildren; five great grandchildren, and countless nieces and nephews. Paul Hart was a kind and caring man. He had a great sense of humor that he used to entertain his family and friends, even when they were rolling their eyes at the things he was saying. He loved talking to people, and was genuinely interested in learning about them and their experiences. He was well liked and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. A Celebration of Paul's life will be held at St. John's Church, in Roseville, Aug. 25, at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family would encourage you to make a donation to the .
Published in Daily Democrat from July 29 to Aug. 25, 2018
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