Paul George Stebbins

Thursday, June 18, 2020
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Paul George Stebbins passed away at home in his sleep May 24, 2020. He was born in Billings Montana to George and Janet Stebbins on January 2, 1941. He was raised in Laurel Montana and graduated from Laurel High School in 1959.

Paul married his high school sweetheart, Lillian Leland in June 1963. He earned multiple academic degrees in Education and spent his career teaching and serving as Principal and Superintendent of schools in Alaska and Libby Montana.

Paul and Lillian had three children, Bronwen, Perry, and Scotia and raised them in Libby. Paul owned a Cessna 182 and completed his private and commercial pilot licenses.

Lillian died in 1990 and Paul moved to western Washington where he met and married Sue Ballard in 1992. He spent 18 years working as Special Education Director, Guidance Counselor, and School Psychologist. Paul and Sue owned and enjoyed several sailboats over 25 years.

In 2008 Paul and Sue moved to a retirement community in Lacey, Washington. They made many friends and traveled often in their retirement years.

Paul is survived by his wife Sue Ballard, sister Alexandra (Sandie) Herzog of Norman Oklahoma, son Perry of Troy Montana, and daughter Scotia (John) Gonzalez and grandchildren Jeremiah Paul and Mirabel of Boise Idaho.

Services will be held in the future when larger gatherings are allowed.

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