Paul Douglas Faldborg

September 7, 1957March 19, 2019

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Paul Douglas Faldborg

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Bob Webster

April 18, 2019

So many memories..... I've known Paul probably since he was about 9 years old. Bruce and I were best buddies all through school. So I was close to Paul and Mark too. We worked together back in the days when we worked on the parade floats. Lots of hours very little pay. But we learned so much with the freedom to build, decorate put in sound systems, change tires (and dolly wheels). We tried to be mechanics to keep them running. We had so much fun going to all of the cities around the state, Canada, Oregon and he got to go to the Rose Bowl Parade too. So many parties at Faldborg's house it was my second home. I remember the night he wrecked his loved chevy. I came across it unoccupied in the ditch were he left it after flying through some deep water on the road and loosing control and going off the road and through a bunch of fence posts. I immediately thought I have got to go find Bruce ASAP. So I fly around (as I all ways do) looking to tell Bruce. I swing by Artic Circle (AC) which was the High School hang out. I fry the tires out of there and there just happened to be a Bothell cop hiding and saw me.... so I get a another ticket. Thanks Paul...
I remember the many times spending the night at the Faldborg house we'd get up and we needed to get going to work or anywhere. We all ways had to wait for Paul. He was worse than a female.... he spent hours in front of the bathroom mirror making sure he looked good for the ladies. I wish I had stayed more in touch with Paul over the years. Gonna miss you buddy, Weebster.

Lance Minetti

April 18, 2019

Paul was a mentor to me and a man of patience. I miss our time together and it makes me sad he is too soon gone.

David Clary

April 17, 2019

Rest in peace brother.

Bill Ehle

April 4, 2019

Paul was a great friend and very hard worker when we worked together at Sound Elevator. Great memories.