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2208 Roosevelt Street
P.O. Box 22
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Phone: 360-532-0220
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Paul Godfrey
In Memory of
Paul Douglas
1951 - 2018
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Condolence From: Jeanne LaRocque
Condolence: Our hearts are sad for the loss of an old friend. We grew up with the Godfrey boys on McFarlane Street. We hunted for frogs and had a wonderful time in our neighborhood. We remember the delicious pastries each day and all the fun times. Sorry for the family loss. We will miss Paul. Till we meet again....

The Gene & Eileen Family
Saturday May 19, 2018
Condolence From: Bob Drugge
Condolence: CariJo and family- I am sorry for your loss. Gone way too soon. Great memories of our slo-pitch days with Paul. He was one of the best players in Grays Harbor and the State. He was Ichiro before Ichiro. Left handed triple threat, ran like the wind on the bases and the outfield, great hitter to all fields with deceptive power. Fastest from home to second or first to third-memories bring a smile. . He played the game with joy, passion and an indomitable spirit. If there is a Hall of Fame in heaven, he is there. RIP. God Bless.
Wednesday May 09, 2018
Condolence From: JoAnn (Parbon) Weber
Condolence: On behalf of the Parbon Family, we are So sorry for your loss. We have many fond memories of our days at the Ballpark. Jesse particularly said that Paul was a great coach and was always very good to all of the kids on the team. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. JoAnn, Josh, Jesse and Jenara.
Monday May 07, 2018
Condolence From: Steve Roose
Condolence: I went to school with Paul and worked with as a casual longshoreman, Paul was an awesome guy full of energy. I only longshored for 4 or 5 years but would run into Paul st the baseball park from time to time. I'm so sorry for your loss and would like to share a story of something that happened to me about 3 years ago I was afraid to say anything for fear people would think I was a nut. This last couple of years I haven't been to well I have had work done on my heart and found I have cancer which there is no cure, I may have a few years left but I'm good with it and I will explain ehy I say that.

I have been visited by the Holy Spirit and heard the Angels sing as if in a choir of millions while I was wrapped in a bubble of pure peace. This has happened to me on 3 separate occasions and it was absolutely beautiful. The most surprising thing was I didn't hear it with my ears but realized I was listening to the singing with my soul. This experience has changed me, I got confirmation that this life is not the end of the road, there is something beautiful waiting for us. There is no doubt in my mind we Will all meet up with our loved ones who went before us when we pass. I shared my story to a complete stranger for reasons I have no idea but think I was meant to share. She broke out in tears and said her husband had passed 2 years ago and she said she had prayed every day for 2 years asking God if she will see her husband again. She told me God meant for you to be here at this moment in time at this place. She said you don't know it but God meant for you to tell me your story. She thanked me over and over, so maybe that is why I was visited by the Holy Spirit and heard the Angels sing? I hope my story will help others who suffer from the loss of loved ones. I talked to a Chaplain of what had happened to me and he feels the same way about why I was visited. This really did happen. I've been afraid to say anything for such a long time because I was afraid people would think I was nuts. I just got thinking of all the people who are suffering from the loss of loved ones maybe my story could help them like it did for the lady I talked to a few months ago?

I found out 11 months ago That I have cancer. They removed a tumor that contained a cancer cell that they have no cure for, even though they got all the cancer contained in the tumor the doctor told me it will come back, it could come back anywhere, my brain, heart, liver, lungs, kidney etc. They will form a treatment or operation depending where it will appear. I have to have a chest x-ray and CT Scan every 6 months. I may have 5 years maybe more? But I'm good with it, this body contains our life force which is our soul, and I feel it's not the end but the beginning of something wonderful! 🕇

I believe it to be a privilege to have life and we should take care of our life and live it to the fullest. I often think about my experience of how beautiful it was and how I didn't want it to end. I also think if it didn't end it would mean I have left to be with my past loved ones. It was such a neat experience. It has changed me because when the time does come I will embrace it and not fear it. 🕇

I sincerely hope my story may help with your grief.
Saturday May 05, 2018
Condolence From: Cal York
Condolence: This space isn't big enough to fill in all the fun, stories, and memories of one of my alltime best friends. Paulie, would literally take his shirt off and give it to you if you needed it. If he liked you, he was always in your corner. He came from a fighting family, and he would fight to have your back. Too many times have I been with him, when he had someones back. Paul was funny, and always made you laugh, I can hear his chuckle now. Played baseball with him, and tipped a few with him as well.
He was a loyal friend, always.
I am sad today of hearing of our loss. RIP Paul.
A big hug to CariJo, and all his kids, and grandkids, and a big hug to his immediate family. Never forget walking into their house, Scott Sr would be on the couch, and as you walked in each brother that was there slugged you as you walked by. Dorthy would just shake her head.

Love you Paul, see you on the other side.

Sorry, I can't make the funeral, I live 7 hours away.
Saturday May 05, 2018
Condolence From: Steve Frazer
Condolence: Sorry for your loss, Cari Jo, sorry for all those that knew and loved Paul. Being his friend and teammate was a pleasure and never, ever boring.
Saturday May 05, 2018
Condolence From: Rosie Jones
Condolence: Cari Jo and family. So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Rosie
Friday May 04, 2018