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Paul passed away peacefully at his home in Washington Terrace early morning April 25th. He was born January 18th 1957 in Butte, Montana to Isaac Archuleta and Sharon Ledesma.
Paul grew up in Ogden Utah, and in his younger years he loved playing sports, especially baseball. He was well known for his grand slams and knocking the ball way out of the park. He was a business owner and had a passion for many things. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and charcoal drawing. There was nothing he loved more than to spend time with his family and friends and had stories and jokes for days.
He is survived by the love of his life Julie Archuleta. His four children; Tracie Soto, Nina Archuleta, Paul Archuleta (Jessica), Shaylee Archuleta (Jack). His grandchildren; Alea, Mauro, and Caesar. His Siblings; Vicki, Charles (Cindy), George, Tami (John), Timothy, Anthony (Nancy) and Adam, along with many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by both his parents, his stepfather Tony Ledesma, son-in-law Mauro Soto, and brother-in-law Andrew Gutierrez
The family wishes to express gratitude to the staff of Ali’s Angels; Erin, Paige and a special thanks to his primary nurse Calli and her husband Zach whom he thought of as family. Their loyal dedication and time are greatly appreciated.
Services will be held Friday May 3, 2019 at 11 am at Aarons Mortuary on 496 24th St, Ogden, UT . A viewing will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 am prior to the service at the mortuary. Interment at Evergreen Memorial Park at 100 North Monroe Blvd.
“I’ve finished life’s chores assigned to me,
so put me on a boat headed out to sea.
Please send along my fishing pole
For I’ve been invited to the fishin’ hole.
Where every day is a day to fish,
To fill your heart with every wish.
Don’t worry, or feel sad for me,
I’m fishin’ with the Master of the sea.
We will miss each other for awhile,
But you will come and bring your smile.
That won’t be long you will see,
Till we’re together you and me.
To all of those that think of me,
Be happy as I go out to sea.
If others wonder why I’m missin’
Just tell ‘em I’ve gone fishin’.”
Gone Fishing by Delmar Pepper