Paul was born in Torrington on January 21, His love of farming ran almost as deep as his love of tractors, and he was at his happiest whenever he could combine the two. The world just looked better to him from the seat of a tractor. He had encyclopedic knowledge of the history of the northwest corner of Connecticut, and as you drove by random houses he could tell you whose family had lived there, facts about their grandparents, things about various cars and tractors they had owned over the years, then tell you who they had purchased them from, and continue on about the history of those people as well. He had a smile for everyone he met, and always did his best to make them smile as well. Putting that positivity into this world was his main drive, and the world is poorer now from having lost it, unless we all take what we learned from him and continue his efforts to make everyone we meet happier for the moments we are with them. Paul is survived by his companion Jane, his brothers Jim and Bob, his children Lorie and John, their mother Bobbie, and by his nine grandchildren.
Carnaval of Bonoua: Pictures of the 34th festival of Abouré people
Amber Leigh Photography
Robert was the beloved husband and Much loved and survived by sisters Hazel Daughter of the late Thomas To my husband on our Anniversary. Your special smile, Your special face, And in my heart Your special place. Miss you In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather who passed away six years ago.
Courts IN. Whitney Bishop v. Rodolfo Lopez, Jr. State of Indiana mem.