I remember him from Travis AfB in the 60s.
Such a nice man. He was my friend's father that none of us kids feared. One remembers the little things. The good things. The important things.
Peace to all.
June 18, 1925 - January 4, 2018 Paul entered the United States Air Force In 1949 continuing his long military career that began as a United States Marine in WW2. From the Korean War flying B-29s to the Cold War in Germany flying daily missions to Berlin during the time the Russians were building the Wall. During this tumultuous time, he also keeps close eyes on Elvis Presley who had in interest in his daughter Priscilla. In 1968-69 he spent a year in Vietnam where he engaged in his third war. He retired in 1976 as the Special Assistant to the Commander 21st Air Force managing many Special Programs. After he retired from the USAF he moved to Brentwood, Ca with the true love of his life of 69 years, Ann Iversen Beaulieu. Where he completed a very successful career as a contractor. Survivors: Loving Wife: Anna Iversen Beaulieu Children: Priscilla Presley, Don Beaulieu, Michelle Beaulieu, Jeff Beaulieu, Tim Beaulieu Pre-deceased: Tom Beaulieu Grandchildren: 18 Great Grandchildren: 8
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Published in Los Angeles Times on Jan. 14, 2018.