I knew Paul since the 1970's when he lived in Richmond California. He managed a children's shoe store there, and was a very gentle and caring friend. We both collected license plates, and he liked traveling to the various conventions in the USA that we held. I had a great time with in the North Carolina meeting in 1981. He did decide to move to Kansas since a friend of his lived there and he liked the area when he visited that fellow. He enjoyed his time in Kansas and never even traveled back to California, to my knowledge. He made me a very nice wooden sign with my name scrolled into it. I will miss Paul.
Paul was such a special man as we all know. He was very thoughtful, kind, giving and had the most wonderful sense of humor. He always made me laugh and had the best stories to tell me.
There are no words to describe how much I loved him and will miss him.
Such a giving man, who did so much as a member of the Task Force in Iola, and his friends at the Senior Center. I will forever cherish the Maine license plate he gave me with my name on it. So long, my friend.
To Tammy, Troy and Family Members:
I'm so sorry for your loss. Paul was a wonderful man. He came to visit me when I lived in Oklahoma when he was on his way to Kansas. He spent a day or two with me. We had a really nice visit catching up on things. I will miss him.