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Paul Michael Howell

Paul Michael Howell
12/19/53 – 4/10/2022

Paul Howell was born in California to Rudolph Jr. and Myrdis Howell at Travis Airforce Base. His father was in the Air Force and moved the family throughout the United States during his formative years. The military remained an essential part of Paul’s life. He was a patriotic man and was an avid supporter of the Wounded Warrior program.

He got his bachelor’s degree in electrical contracting and settled in Atlanta, Ga. He owned and operated ECAD, an electrical contracting company specializing in commercial buildings and restaurants. His passion and knowledge for customized, safe, and effective electrical systems helped many retail businesses realize their dreams.

His hobbies included listening to music and playing the guitar. His son Josh recalls classic Hendrix, Rolling Stones, and Eric Clapton soundtracks as the staple music played, windows down, to and from little league practices where his Dad coached. Baseball was a favourite family pastime. Paul loved the Atlanta Braves.

He retired to Palm Coast, Fl. Paul is preceded in death by brothers David and Leonard Howell, parents Rudolph Jr. and Myrdis Howell. He is survived by his sister Elizabeth Norden and his children, Josh Howell and Kate Yates.

He will be buried at Prairie Creek Conversation Cemetery in Gainesville, Fl. April 21,2022 at 11:00 am. Services by Milam Funeral Home.

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