Tribute to our dad, Paul Dayton

We wish to thank our father, Paul Dayton, for teaching us to honor our heritage. Although he was a quiet and humble man, his pride of family was evident. Dayton Brothers Lumber was created about a year after dad returned from the navy in WWII, and continued for fifty years. He and uncle “Chip” provided employment, promoting a strong work ethic for many in the family.

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One Response to Tribute to our dad, Paul Dayton

  1. Jim says:

    Dad loved the independent lifestyle and the outdoors freedom that his career gave him. He worked hard and profited little, but was content. I asked him one time if he would do anything different and without hesitating he told me no.

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