Tribute to Paul van Nuland….

Paul van Nuland

We are all mourning the loss of our friend and co-worker Paul van Nuland. For the past months he had been in treatment but regrettably passed away on May 12 2019 at home with his family. We’ll remember Paul for his quit wit and corny jokes, his fishing stories and  simply a good sense of humour.

Paul was always the man you wanted on the job. He would tear through work like a whirlwind. His wirey frame was deceiving as he could outwork the best of them. When the job needed doing, and some of them were ugly,  Paul was there to lead the charge and “get ‘er done”.

Paul’s general good nature and readiness to “chew the fat” with the guys on break endeared him to not only his co-workers but all the trades. When he wasn’t hard at work he would be home to his family and when the weather was good, ready to race up to the trailer to feel a large mouth on his line….. Fishing his great passion, after his wife and girls.

Paul was one of those ” Hale and hearty” yeoman, you could rely on when the going got tough. Goodbye old friend you will be sorely missed!!

– Your friends at Chatsworth!!

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