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Obituary: Paul E. Gammons

Mr. Gammons

Mr. Gammons

Paul E. Gammons, 51, beloved son, brother and uncle, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008, at his mother's home in Dewey, Ariz.

He was born on Feb. 25, 1957, in Middleboro, Mass., to Malcolm and Christine (Gammons) Every-Antall. He was predeceased by his father.

Paul was raised in Massachusetts, then moved to Arizona with his family. While in Arizona, he worked as a painter, carpenter and in show staging. After leaving Arizona he traveled the country and went back to Massachusetts living on Cape Cod for many years. He came back to Arizona about three years ago.

Paul was a very gifted and talented artist who had an amazing ability to create, build, draw, paint and decorate many beautiful things from houses to crosses, frames to wreaths and much more.

He also loved to help people and had many wonderful friends from Massachusetts (Drew, Dee, Shirley) to Arizona who love him dearly and will greatly miss him.

Paul will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his mother, Chris (Ray, deceased) Antall; sister Kathy (Robert) Steck; niece Jennifer Levy (Curtis Kilcoin); nephew Ralph Levy IV (Regina Jeffries); great-nieces Stephanie, Alexsis, Cidney, Randi and Lanie Dawn; and great-nephews Seth and David. Also stepsisters Lyn (Bill, deceased) Martin and Laura (Dave) Czinger; stepbrother Robert (Kristi) Antall; stepsisters Jane (Jim) Santa Cruz and Cathy Kmak; stepbrothers Richard (Sue) Every and Jerry Every; stepsister Linda Crane; stepbrother Fred Crane; half-brothers, Glen and Michael Gammons; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, 2008, at St. Germaine's, 7997 E. Dana Dr. in Prescott Valley, with a gathering to celebrate Paul's life at his mom's home in Dewey after the Mass.

Sunrise Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.

Information provided by survivors.

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