PAUL-BLACK-Obituary

PAUL EVERETT BLACK

Dedham, Maine

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5 years it's hard to believe. My life will never be the same. I miss you and am very lonely without you. All my love

Miss You so very much!!!

Miss st as much as the day you left me

Hey Dad its almost the end of another year and my life is so different now. We have Bri living with us and we have so much going on that I wish you were here with. Christians gonna be driving and Hailey has become this young lady you wouldnt believe. I just wish we had one last minute together I would say I love you more than life itself thank you for teaching me all you did.

I love and miss you

Dad, sometimes i feel silly writing in this thing. on Feb 18th you became a grandfather again. we named him after you. he is giving me a run for my money that is for sure, i guess it is karma for the hell i caused you and mom ha ha!! Layne and Everett make my world glow, and they have the best mother who brings me joy every day. I wish you could see him but i know you are watching. I miss you everyday. i will see you again in the future but not yet. i am not done here

Happy Anniversary Paul. Its bee so long but I still miss you so very much!

The year is over and I find no comfort in that without you.

Well, we did it our daughter is married. You would have been proud.But you were missed. i love you

Obituary

PAUL's Obituary

BLACK, PAUL EVERETT, 64Dedham, ME - Paul Everett Black, 64, died January 11, 2013 after a long illness. He was born February 2, 1948 in Bangor the son of Bernard and Pansy (Tompkins) Black. Paul is survived by his wife Lou Ann (Rackliffe) Black of Dedham; two sons Lee Black and his wife Trista...

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