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Paul Reid

Skowhegan, Maine

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Paul A. Reid1940 - 2018WINSLOW - Paul A. Reid, 78, passed away March 7, 2018, after a long, courageous battle with cancer, at Mt. Saint Joseph's in Waterville, surrounded by his family. He was born Feb. 6, 1940, the son of Arthur and Dorothy (Gerald) Reid.He received his GED from Waterville High...

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To Paul's family. I am sorry for your loss. He was a good man and best friend to my Uncle Roger. Paul was an extremely smart man. My sympathies.

To all of Paul's Family & Friends, Paul & I are cousins & we spent a lot of good times together in & out of school.Like Paul, as a family we were taught to value our heritage.We have good memories.
May GOD bless you all doing our great loss.
Cousin Ron Bro

Penny so sorry for your loss He was a kind man my daughter Sally Shorey and I send our condolences God bless his soul in heaven

I am going to miss you so much more than words can say you were the best grandfather in the world and you were so kind and loving thank you for all these wonderful years I got to have you in my life Rest In Paradise Pep forever in my heart your loving first born granddaugher to all the rest of my family I love you all!!!

Paul and Kim Reid

Paul,
Your stength and loving spirt is like no other. Your smile and laughter will be missed by many. I pray that the old blind wobbly horse will carry you across the river to the other side. Peace to all that grieve your loss. You gotz it now my friend! Dance away on those streets of gold ya stubborn ol man!
Love Always,
Your sweetheart ❤

I am so sorry for your family's loss.

To Paul's family so sorry for your loss Paul was a great person

Your laugh and love for life has always amazed me! One of the most sweetest and stubborn men God has ever created. You will be greatly missed. I know you will be dancing in heaven. We gotz it Paul! That $5 wobbly old blind horse will get you across the river to the other side my friend! Peace to my mother and family as we grieve.

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