Paul Eill Jr.
“I remember vividly as a mid teen, talking with Uncle Eddie and he asked me. How’re you doing Paul? I said, good Uncle Eddie! He replied, no, how’re you doing with your relationship with Jesus? The question caught me off guard but made me evaluate where I actually was in my walk with God. Uncle Eddie always had the joy of the Lord on his face, in his manner and in his words of encouragement. Later in my life I heard words spoken by the poet and author Maya Angelou who said,
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
These words made me think of Uncle Eddie whom I will never forget how he made me feel or how he always directed me towards “The One” who holds the keys!”
What a blessing to have known this wonderful man. I loved being around him. He was always so loving and caring. When I had complications with my lasik surgery, he made me feel so welcome in his home during our stay. He loved his family and I'm so glad I could bless him by making him a special blanket. Enjoy your home in heaven. With my love, Dixie
You were the most loving and kindest man I've known. You were so loving to Alisha. Her Poppy. You treated her like she was one of your own. She loved her Poppy. We always loved to see you. You will be sadly missed. I hope you and your carpenter friend will build something great.
Love, Mike and Patty
Your are the one man in my life that always told me "you're beautiful" everytime I saw you. You always made me feel so special. Thank you for being such an incredible man who ALWAYS took care of my family!! I will miss your awesome smile and all the love you showed to me.
I love you & will miss you always!!
Let's. Go fishing!
Remember Eddie every spring We would get somebody to watch the kids and we would go down the shore and spend the weekend together without the children and we would go out on the fishing boats and do some deep sea fishing they were the days and we had such great fun together doing our fishing together and catching a fish. We both love fishing so much and I'm here to say that I'm going to miss that time with you very very much. I'm sad but I know you're in a better place no more pain just joy peace and happiness forever. I love you!!!
I remember your Dad always driving to and picking you up from work in a snow storm. Even though I lived under 5 miles from you he wanted to make sure you were safe. And the time you had a flat and he came to fix it (I think it was late at night too). A girl could only wish to have a Dad who doted on her as much as he did. You were so lucky to have him.
You took the time
Dad, I will always miss the days when you would pop in and have a cup of coffee with me and make a fuss over your grandkids. Our kids were so blessed to be able to see you whenever they wanted to. I will miss you dearly, but wouldn't wish you back because I know where you are and its way better there than here. We will be together again. Love you dad, Kimmy
Always, always smiling. I would ask that through the years, how are you doing Ed? He would always says, "If I felt any better I wouldn't be able to stand it. Which always made me think wish I felt that good. We love you Ed even now till we meet again.