Paul died Jan. 3, 2023, in Salt Lake City, following a long battle with cancer.
He graduated from The Hill School and at Princeton participated in the Yacht Club, Rocky Mountain Empire Club, the Outing Club, and the Undergraduate Schools Committee. He was a history major and member of Campus Club.
Paul married Janice Freeze midway through his senior year, and after graduation, enjoyed working several years with the Cummins Engine Co. However, he was encouraged to return to Salt Lake City and join the family business, Utah Paperbox. He spent 55 years with UPB, concluding his career as chairman of the board.
Paul mentored many startup entrepreneurs, and served on the boards of Salt Lake Water, Kiwanis, and US Bank. His charitable activities included founding a Boys & Girls Club, supporting the Guadalupe schools serving children from deprived families, and supporting a local food bank. He had a passion for outdoor activities, including skiing, snowmobiling, and ATVing.
Paul is survived by his daughter, Cari Brinkerhoff; son Steve; six grandchildren; and brother Bill. The class extends its condolences to the entire family.