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Paul Mills

Ballachulish Village Hall

Sunday, 28th August 2016

2 pm

Jill Mills Forest Place, Duror

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  • Jim (Jamie) Stewart says:

    Even though I have not seen or spoken to you since we left Lenzie Academy all those years ago, I was saddened to hear about your passing, Paul.

    I recall you as a jolly chap and enjoying life. I valued you highly as a team mate during our time playing rugby together, I can still see you deliverying crunching full flight (and legal!) tackles on your opponents that put the fear of god into the rest of their team.

    I also recall you being a well respected school prefect and house school captain for Lennox as I recall, as we sparred to with each other in friendly rivalry to be the best sporting house.

    I hope your at peace now and I send my best wishes to your family and friends who are left behind grieving your loss.

    Jim (Jamie) Stewart

  • Angela Anderson says:

    What sad news, extending sympathy from myself and on behalf of Glencoe Ski Club.

  • Eddie and Sandra says:

    Paul, it was a privilege to have known you. Such a gentleman. Rest in peace.

  • Louise Chandler says:

    From one of the many who had the pleasure and honour to be taught, guided and laugh with one of the few true gentlemen in the out door industry.
    You will be missed in many spheres by many I am sure.

  • David Cuthill says:

    Dear Jill
    This news has come as a bit of a shock. I read about Paul’s death in the “Scottish Paddler” (received today 29th September 2016).
    I was on the same BASI course as Paul when he passed Level 3 Alpine.
    I’m so sorry I didn’t stay in contact. He was very much “Larger than Life”, and always the centre of the action.
    My thoughts are with you all.

  • Al Mason says:

    I was a student of Pauls on several occasions during his tenure at jsmtc. I have just been notified of his passing,albeit somewhat delayed. I was impressed by Pauls enthusiasm, skill, humour and genuine warmth. A graceful giant is how I would describe him. He was a great role model for me and I have fond memories of is elegance on the ice in Norway and his commensurate skill in a sea kayak at the falls of Lorna. We had some memorable times and I have been touched by his presence during his time on this earth. Please accept my sincerest condolences. Al M.

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