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Paul Wynn Lashbrooke

2019-12-26

Paul Wynn Lashbrooke, 77, passed away peacefully Tuesday, December 24, 2019.

He was an intelligent, handsome, and true romantic at heart. A worldly man who lived in the U.S., the UK, Japan and Malaysia, he spent his working career in the oil industry. Paul was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle.

His favorite things were good conversations, the opera, good wine, traveling and good food. He loved spending time with family and friends. He loved cooking. His specialties were cannelloni and, of course, his leg of lamb. His love of travel and cruises took him to many parts of the world. Some of his favorite places were Paris, London, New York and Rome. He loved to walk those beautiful cities. He also loved visiting California�s wine country. Paul always loved trying the local wines of the places where he visited.

Paul was also a private man, who was content to just play a round of golf, read a good book, do a good crossword puzzle, love on the cats or enjoy the ocean views.

A gathering for family and friends to celebrate Paul�s life will be held at later date.

The family asks donations be made, in Paul�s memory, to Community Hospice of Northeast Florida.

Memories

MARY QUINLAN December 26, 2019
I am so sorry . Paul was a kind and generous person � funny too but you had to listen carefully. He will he missed by so many.

TOM MUELLER December 27, 2019
Dear Chris, I am so sorry for your loss. Paul was an amazing leader that inspired so many engineers. He will be deeply missed.

MARGARET OBRIEN December 27, 2019
Paul was such a wonderful and entertaining man. He loved Chris so much. He is already missed by his many AI friends. God Bless Paul, and prayers to Chris.

LYNDA AND KILE BELL December 27, 2019
Prayers and Sympathy to Chris and family. We enjoyed being neighbors in The Preserve. God Bless.

SUE AND JIM NANCE December 28, 2019
Chris, we are truly saddened by Paul�s passing. We will remember the ex-expat reminiscences, wine discussions,dinners, and Trivia.

MARTIN & SUSAN BUTT January 4, 2020
Chris, we send you our condolences. We are sorry to read that Paul passed away over Christmas but comforted he was peaceful. We appreciate knowing & working with Paul. Paul helped me in my career and as you know, we retired at the same time & place in 1999. It was good to meet and know you on that last assignment. We are glad you built a good life together and sure you have many happy memories to strengthen you at this moment.

LARRY GIBSON January 6, 2020
My sincere condolences to Paul�s family. I had not communicated with Paul but once in the last 30 years but have many memories of our times at Conoco. One of the good guys.