Paul Kendell Asay was born in Provo, Utah, on August 25, 1966, and passed away in the place he loved so deeply, Lovell, on January 24, 2021.
Paul was a police officer in Lovell for eight years, a job that he loved. He was injured on the job, so he went to the University of Wyoming and achieved a Juris Doctorate degree. With his law degree he traveled the world, working in New Mexico, Afghanistan, St. Louis, Mo., Burlington, Kan., and Leeds, S.D.
He had many adventures in his life. He loved horses, rounding up cattle, jeeping in the hills, the Big Horn Mountains and nature. He was an amazing son, brother and a loving husband and father, who wanted the best for them and the best for all he came in contact with.
He is survived by his parents, Gary and Glenda Asay, sisters April (Brian) Chaffin, Brenda (Roland) Simmons, Marchia Asay and Meredith Asay; Julie Asay and their children Dillon (Desiree) Asay, Taylor Asay, Connor Asay and Rebecca Asay; two beautiful granddaughters, Sophia and Layla Asay; and multiple nieces and nephews, who have fond memories of jeeping, camping and fishing with their uncle Paul.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Jan. 30, at 10 a.m. in the LDS Stake Center East Chapel in Lovell.
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