Paul Ivan Hepworth

Born: Sun., Apr. 19, 1964
Died: Wed., Aug. 4, 2010

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Paul Ivan Hepworth - 46 a resident of College Place, Washington, died suddenly on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 near Meacham, Oregon. Per his request, no service will be held. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Paul may be made to the American Heart Association. Read the full obituary and sign the online guestbook at www.burnsmortuary.com Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Paul was born on April 19, 1964 in Evanston, Illinois to Samuel and Helen Virginia "Ginny" Glover Hepworth. When Paul was 2 years old, the family moved to Whitehall, Michigan. He was raised in Whitehall, and graduated from Whitehall High School in 1983. In the early 1990's Paul moved to Great Falls, Montana, where he owned and operated Hepworth's Fix-it and Repair for several years. In 2001, he moved to Walla Walla, Washington, he had also lived in Dayton, WA, and College Place, WA. While in this area, he attended Walla Walla Community College Commercial Truck Driving program. He went on to attain his Washington State Commercial Truck Drivers License. Paul had always wanted to drive truck. He was employed by Harms Pacific Transport based out of Pasco, Washington as a Long-haul Driver. Paul loved hunting. He also had a passion for being on the road. He was never happier than when he was behind the wheel, out on the open highway. Mr. Hepworth is survived by three brothers; Billy Hepworth, Curtis Hepworth and Scott Hepworth, two sisters; Emma Jane "Janie" Hendrickson and Linda Stoel, as well as a host of family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Anna Mae Owsley.

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Jerikka Stoel
   Posted Tue August 10, 2010
When mom told me that me that you passed away i didnt want to believe it, she just talked to a couple days before you passed away. I miss you so much i wish i could have seen you one last time i would do anything to have you back. your in a better place now lookin over us i'll always be thinking of you. Love your niece Jerikka R.I.P Uncle Paul You May be gone But you'll never be forgotten

Your Big Sis
   Posted Tue August 10, 2010
My dear brother, I can't even begin to tell you how much I loved you or how much you meant to me, but I am sure you knew...in a way I envy you...you got to see mama and everyone else first...give them hugs from all of us. I am sooooo proud of the professional way you handled your rig and kept your word to your buddy to your last breath. It was so like you to put everyone elses safety first. I will love you to my last breath. You were one of a kind and you will be sorely missed. R.I.P my dear Brother.

Serafin Lara
   Posted Tue August 10, 2010
I met Paul when on a road test for Granite Northwest and we became friends. I knew him to be a generous big hearted man with a sense of humor. He spoke fondly of his family, daughter and neice and did not want to give up his Mexican eatin' dog. He wanted so much to go to Alaska with me the next time I went and I'm sorry we didn't get the chance. I'll miss him very much, being new here in Washington, he was practically my only friend. It was just like him to bring his rig to a stop safely, thinking of others in his final moments, may God be with you, Paul.

Joseph D. & Becky Hapka
   Posted Wed August 11, 2010
Paul was my best friend, he will be missed dearly, but we know we will meet again. We will never forget the time he played King of the Hill with our boys. God Bless

Josh Hapka
   Posted Wed August 11, 2010
well paul waht can i say you where a very good guy I loved it when you called and we talked, so sorry we never got to hang out one last time, you will be missed.

Christopher D. Hapka
   Posted Wed August 11, 2010
i will miss you so much. Love you.

isaiah hapka
   Posted Wed August 11, 2010
hey uncle paul... ill miss you so much.... i couldnt wait till i can do another swan dive on you....i guess ill see you in the futer and ill do a swan dive that you wont ever forget... i love you bro... ill see you later.

Tim Bradfield
   Posted Wed August 11, 2010
I miss Paul a lot.We were friends since 9th grade at Whitehall High School.Paul was always eager to talk and in the last several years we spent countless hours talking on the phone.Paul was a good guy and also a friend of Jesus,I know he is in a better place-the heavenly one spoken of at Hebrews 11:16. I'll see you there someday Paul.

Billy Hepworth
   Posted Thu August 12, 2010
I will miss your Daily and weekly calls....you were such a part of my life.......God be with you,Brother

Jennifer Stoel
   Posted Fri August 13, 2010
My dear Uncle Paul where do I begin? Much like my sister I have a hard time excepting that you are gone. I love you so much and will miss you dearly.

Rhonda Price
   Posted Fri August 13, 2010
I will miss Paul a lot. I enjoyed keeping in touch with Paul. We had many long phone conversations. We also loved reminiscing about family and childhood memories. I'm also going to miss Paul's quirky sense of humor. He could always make me laugh.

Uncle Bill & Aunt Marilyn
   Posted Fri August 13, 2010
We were sorry to here of Paul's passing. We will remember all the memories we had at the farm in Whitehall and at Grandma Glover's house. Will miss all the good times we had.

Roger Stoel
   Posted Sat August 14, 2010
Paul - My family and I will deeply miss you. You loved my three children - Jennifer, Jeremy, and Jerikka very much and had a lot of fun with them over the years. I remember your place out in the Little Belt Mountains of Montana - what a wonderful view and a peaceful place this was. I also remember your love for Glacier National Park and the number of times you took your mother there. You were especially good to her and helped her get out of the house. Life is not always fair. It sometimes deals us some cruel blows and we have to deal with them. You did your best to overcome these obstacles and that heart issue you had. I would have been proud to have been riding down the road in that big rig with you on your numerous truck runs. Linda, I, and our children will all deeply miss you. Now that I am retired I was planning on visiting you out West. I will visit Glacier and in that manner will be able to remember both you and your moher. Love - Roger and family

Steve & Cheryl Drumheller
   Posted Sat August 14, 2010
I will never forget the first time that I met Paul. It was at the Christian book store in Walla Walla. It was a very hard time in his life and somehow he ended up at our house and we ministered to him. I believe that God put him in our lives for a short while and I pray that we made a difference in his life. We will always remember him fondly. Love, in Christs precious name Steve & Cheryl

phil heffley
   Posted Sun August 15, 2010
We will all miss you

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