Darrell Eugene Paul (Deet) of Oromocto First Nation passed away unexpectedly at his home on September 28, 2021. He was born on October 8, 1956 and was the son of Willard Paul of Oromocto First Nation and Cecelia Paul (Denny) of Burnt Church First Nation.
He will be deeply missed by his two daughters: Tammy Paul of Oromocto First Nation, and Emily Sakundiak of Nackawic, NB, adopted children: John Felix Paul and Nicole Paul, his granddaughter: Aspen Bear of Oromocto First Nation, grandchildren: Mason, Jace and Scarlett Bernard-Bear of Oromocto First Nation and Carson Sakundiak of Alberta, his siblings: Sharon Paul and John Paul from Oromocto First Nation, Patti Paul of Fort Folly First Nation, Millie Paul of Indian Island First Nation, and Robert Russell of British Columbia, by his forever friend: Barbara Paul of Geary, NB and by several nieces and nephews. He will also be deeply missed by his beloved fur-babies and by the members of his community Oromocto First Nation.
He was predeceased by his mother Cecelia, his father Willard, brother Vernon Paul, and sisters: Connie Brooks and Annette Silliboy.
Darrell loved fishing, hunting, four-wheeling and anything with a motor. He worked as a painter for many years at CFB Gagetown which he loved and enjoyed and he was also a well-loved and respected school bus driver for Oromocto First Nation who wouldn’t take any crap from his passengers. He loved his meals, especially the ones delivered from his ex-wife (and best friend) Barb Paul. He loved working with the Elders of Oromocto First Nation and he looked forward to it every summer. He will be remembered as being always happy and smiling (and stubborn) and as being the person who would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed it. He will be deeply missed.
A graveside service will be held September 29, 2021 at 2:00pm at St. Vincent De Paul church in Oromocto NB.
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