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In Memory

Paul Nichols

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04/23/18 08:13 AM #1    

Jeff Ewing

Paul had this refreshingly absurdist sense of humor, which would drive serious and enthusiastic people crazy.   Often accused of acting like the world only existed for his amusement he would say: “well – look at the world”.  


His responses to life in school were often inspired, such as jokingly entering a rotting banana peel as a science fair project; with a daily log of his observations of its deterioration.


Other times it was surreal, such as spending an entire year of Art Class drawing panels for a stick figure comic strip starring his two tablemates.  None of these made it to the Parent-Teacher Night display.

05/27/18 03:48 PM #2    

Bruce North

I knew Paul at Edison Elementary.  We played "Marbles" and collected "Cats eyes"   I invited him to visit me at my parrents place on Rt603. We rode bikes, played in the creek and went ground hog hunting.  Sometimes on Saturdays I would ride my 3 speed western flyer 6miles into Ashland and meet Paul at his house and we would ride to Brookside Park and then sprint across town for a Root Beer at the A&W.   Great fun!  Will never forget him...

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