Paul Hudon

Obit:Friday, March 19, 1965

End of the Trail

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Paul Hudon, 72, who came north to Juneau in 1923, died recently in Washington State while on a clam digging excursion to Copalis Beach. in Juneau Mr. Hudon worked for the Charles G. Warner Company for a time, then founded the Standard Machine Shop with Roy Lunn, operating it until 1941. The Hudons then moved to Everett, Wash., where they have since made their home.� [Aug1965]

Note: The Washington Death Index shows that Paul died 19 March 1965 in Grays Harbor, WA.

Source: Alaska Sportsman, Aug 1965

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