Paul died March 1, 2016, a few weeks after a cancer diagnosis. He spent his adult life in service, first as an Episcopal parish priest and chaplain, and later as a conservation advocate and author in his beloved California Big Sur and Ventana Wilderness.

After Princeton, where he majored in religion and belonged to Quadrangle Club, Paul earned divinity degrees at Union Theological Seminary and Episcopal Theological School. His first pastoral assignment was in Endicott, N.Y., where he married the boss’s daughter, Margaret Entwisle, in 1966. Paul thereafter spent his career in his native California, between his parish career, first as rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Salinas, and later as chaplain, teacher, coach, and pastor of All Saints Episcopal Day School, Carmel, Calif.

Upon his retirement in 2001, Paul undertook his ultimate career as conservation activist and author, serving the central California Ventana Wilderness Alliance and Big Sur Land Trust and writing two books, Lost Camps of the Ventana and Invisible Camps of the Ventana.

Paul is survived by Margaret, three sons, two daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren, to whom the class sends its sympathy.

Undergraduate Class of 1960