Paul Edward Nolan: March 22, 1937 – Dec. 11, 2018

Paul Edward Nolan passed on Dec. 11, after a nine-month battle with cancer.

He was born on March 22, 1937, in Woodland, Wash.

Paul was a graduate of Oak Harbor High School, class of 1954.

He loved sports and was a letterman in football, basketball and baseball. Paul earned an accounting degree from the University of Washington in 1960.

He had a successful homebuilding business, building hundreds of homes in Snohomish County over his career. He was well respected in his industry and served as president of the Master Builder Association in 1980.

Paul is survived by his wife Peggy, two sons, Paul and David, and three grandchildren.

A memorial will be held at 2 p.m. Jan. 26, at Bertelsen Winery, 20598 Starbird Rd, Mount Vernon, Wash., I-5 Exit 218.

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