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PAUL DAVID SHEPARD Paul David Shepard born April 23, 1939 died March 2, 2017. Paul and his twin brother, Allan were born in Fargo, North Dakota. The family moved to Texas and then to Richland, Washington where he attended school. Paul served three years in the U.S. Marine Corps, obtaining the rank of Buck Sergeant. After his discharge, he worked for GE in Richland, Washington while attending Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Washington. In 1962, he graduated from Eastern Washington State College in Cheney, Washington. Paul moved to Alaska in 1969 finding work with Yukon Office Supply. Yukon promoted him to Vice President in 1982. After Yukon was sold, he was Vice President of Merchandising for NBI's The Office Place. In 1987, he resigned and moved with his wife to Boise, Idaho. They started All About Offices, returning to Alaska in 2001. Paul loved Alaska, fishing, snow machining, and boating. Paul loved dogs, his favorites being Bonnie and Beau. In retirement, he enjoyed Bible Studies and research on the Internet. His brother, Allan D Shepard, mother, Mable Shepard, and father, Earl Shepard preceded Paul in death. He leaves behind his wife of 36 years, Laurene Shepard of Eagle River, Alaska; daughter, Teresa Shepard of Bothell, Washington; granddaughter, Jaelen Williams; cousins, Joanna, George, Gene, David, Robert, and Darrell Garrison. He will be missed by his many friends, especially Terry Casseday of Sunnyside, Washington. Arrangements entrusted to the Cremation Society of Alaska, www.alaska
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Mar. 10, 2017
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