Paul Sheehan

19420407 –

 20170301

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Paul-
  How sad it is when I wake up alone.
  Every day I miss you more than  the day before.
  I hate to think of the distance between us….. 
  which leads to……
 
Whenever my day is troublesome and peace is falling through,
 I close my eyes against the world and turn my thoughts to you.
 Whenever I’m uncertain and fear begins to brew-I crave the safety of your love & turn my thoughts  to you.
Whenever I am lonely & all my thoughts are blue, I change my thoughts to memories & turn my thoughts to you!
                    
Hugs, Cindi 
PMS
24-7
ILY                     
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Paul Martin was born on April 7, 1942, to William and Marian Stanley Sheehan in San Francisco, CA. On October 21, 2011, Paul married the love of his life, Lucinda Lea in Lubbock, Texas. He graduated San Rafael High School on May 18, 1960. While in high school Paul entered the USMC Reserves proudly serving his country. Paul was a fireman for the Kentfield, Marin County, Sausalito, and San Francisco Fire Departments. In 1967, he received an Associated of Science in Fire Science from the College of Marin, and his teaching credentials in 1968. His career spanned from 1962 until 1994,
when he retired from the San Francisco Fire Department.
Paul moved to Lubbock, Texas on May 2, 2009, and was an active member of the Marine Corps League and Caprock Classic Car Club. He was also an active supporter of the Lubbock Fire Department, restoring and donating Antique Cast Iron Fire Engines. 
Survivors include his wife, Lucinda Sheehan; two sons, Ken Winders and wife, Sherry; Tim Winders and wife, Mara; three grandsons, William, Zachary, and  Zane Winders; three granddaughters, McKenna and Dahlia Winders; and Shaun Schlattman; great-granddaughter, Alice Guerra; and sister, Annie Brayer and husband, Mike. 
He was preceded in death by his parents, William James and Marian Rita Sheehan.

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