Ellsworth - Paul Edward Anderson or Paulie, Pauliewog, Paulie doodle, died May 4th, 2019, peacefully at his home, at the age of 59. He was surrounded by family and friends. Paul defied all odds. He was indeed a miracle. He lived a life with humor and the ability to adapt and overcome. Paul loved music. He loved to sing, play his spoons and play his drum every now and then. He loved going to Jordan’s in the summer and listening to the music on Cruise–in nights. You might even catch him dancing. Paul was a jokester and he was very witty too. He loved playing tricks on people and having the last laugh. He loved saying “stick em’ up” and “Boo”. . Paul loved fire trucks, and loved to swing. He would swing for hours, and loved it when the sun was shining on him. Paulie loved going for rides, especially if it was to get a Coke and a Big Mac. Paul was a great friend and gave the best hugs when you needed one. Paul always enjoyed trips to visit “mumma” in Brewer. He also enjoyed the visits from his sister Darlene and the pizza parties and treats she would provide. Many special friends from BLC, HHR and IWL will fondly miss Paul. He was loved by all.
Paul was born the son of Lillian and Clarence Anderson. He was predeceased by his his father, Clarence R. Anderson and by his siblings, Thomas W Anderson, Gloria J. Bradstreet and Barbara E Anderson. He is survived by his mother, Lillian Anderson. And by his siblings, Elizabeth Fatigate, Darlene Zitaner and her husband George, Carol Cyr and husband Mike, Clarence Anderson and wife Carla; many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
In Paul’s words “Peace”
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