Paul Sandoval died May 7, 2020 at age 55 in Anytown, CA. He will be remembered as the best fishing buddy, the funnest uncle, and the absolute worst joke teller.
He leaves behind his sisters, Flora and Marisol, and five nieces and nephews-all of whom had their noses "gotten" by him at one time or another. They are still wondering how their uncle pulled that quarter out of their ear.
Paul was born April 15, 1965, and never passed up an opportunity to gripe that he should have been born on April Fool's Day rather than Tax Day.
He was a truck driver by trade and always returned from trips with presents for each of his nieces and nephews. He could do magic tricks, and the dexterity he developed practicing sleight of hand translated to his hobby of fishing. He routinely won awards for his fly-tying skills, and his flies were highly sought after by anglers.
Paul's favorite joke was, predictably, a groaner: "What do you call a fish with no eyes?" The answer is: a fsh.
Paul will be cremated and his ashes spread on the shores of Bucks Lake. In lieu of flowers, he asked that his friends and family gather to tell each other their favorite puns.
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