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Keough, Paul William

Paul William Keough, formerly of Fort Macleod, passed away suddenly Friday Dec. 5 a Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island at the age of 63.
Paul, his wife Linda and their children Shannon and Shayne Paul moved to Fort Macleod in 1981, where he left his mark.
A memorable character, he could often be seen in his “Mission Van,” his hearty laugh and cheery personality adding to the atmosphere about town as a handyman, dog catcher bringing nation-wide attention to Fort Macleod, and ambulance driver.
In 1982 Linda passed away, and Paul and his children continued to reside in Fort Macleod until 1984 when they and Paul’s new wife Antoinette relocated to Tignish, PEI.
Paul will be sorely missed by his many friends across Canada.
Paul is survived by his treasured children, Debbie Cormier of Kitchener, Ont., Shannon (Tony) Albert and Shayne Paul of Charlottetown; his beloved grandchildren Shayne Tyler, Samantha and Kera; his foster mother Leonie Gaudet; and his sisters Eileen Gaudet, Brenda Morrison and Cathy Quenville.
Paul was predeceased by his wife Linda, his mother Jean Carmody, his son Shawn and his foster father, Leo Gaudet.
Funeral services were to be held in Tignish, PEI on Monday, Dec. 8, 2003, but were postponed due to a massive blizzard and high winds which have virtually closed all roadways in that area.
Paul’s unique laugh reverberates in our hearts.

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