July 6, 1943 ~ Nov. 22, 2018\nKenneth Lewis Paul, 75, passed away on Thanksgiving Day, in Willard, Utah, from lymphoma.\nKen was born July 6, 1943 in Tyndall, S.D., to Stephen J. and Elsie Uherka Paul, the third of four sons. He graduated from South Dakota State University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, then put his education to work at Hughes Aircraft, Univac, and TRW/Northrop Grumman as a Systems Field/Liaison Engineer deploying and servicing various weapon fire control systems under the water, in the air and under the ground. Ken retired in 2003 after 37 years of service.\nAfter retirement, he and his loving wife, Anne, built their dream home in Willard, set against the Wasatch Mountains and overlooking Willard Bay. Ken filled his retirement years with a variety of activities: fishing with his buddy Lonny B; tending to two mischievous miniature donkeys, two temperamental alpacas, two obstreperous goats, and a small flock of chickens; tooling around in his convertible, riding his Harley, overseeing a mini orchard and garden, and traveling across many states and countries. \nHe married Marsha L. Mawhorter on Aug. 31, 1974 in Lompoc, California. The marriage was later dissolved and annulled in 1993 by the Holy Catholic See. On Feb. 9, 1996, Ken married Anne Marie Bergener at Our Lady of the Mountains Retreat House Chapel in Ogden, Utah.\nSurviving are his wife, Anne; his three sons, Brandon, Beijing, China; Adam (Ashley), Hooper, UT; and Daniel, Rio Rancho, NM; and three grandchildren, Tayler, Madison, and Max.\nHe was preceded in death by his parents and all three brothers: Vern of Minneapolis, MN; Don of Tyndall, SD; and Steve Jr. of Wausau, WI.\nThe family is grateful to Dr. John Markeson for his care and service, and all the wonderful doctors, nurses and CNAs at the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City and its satellite clinic in Farmington.\nFriends are invited to visit family and share reminiscences and tall tales about Ken at Gillies Mortuary, 634 E 200 S, Brigham City, on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., followed by a funeral mass at the mortuary and interment at the Garland City Cemetery. All are welcome. Cremation under the direction of Gillies Mortuary. \nIn lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the Grateful Patient Program at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, https://huntsmancancer.org/giving/foundation/grateful-patient.php.\nSend condolences to the family at https://gfc-utah.com.