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June 9
MB SG #1

18 posts
For those of you who had the privilege of knowing
or playing with Paul Zalus letting you know that Paul
passed away at 8 AM today June 9th.
At the time of his passing he was at his home with his
wife Vivian son Ryan and sister-in-law Gloria.
The softball world has lost a good person.
June 9

967 posts
Paul was a fine, fine man who was passionate about the game as a player- and as an umpire in his later years. Rest easy, Paul.
June 9
Men's 75
606 posts
Our St. G Tues./Thurs. 70/80 league lost a great one today. He was a very good pitcher and that damn 15" OF glove sucked up a lot of balls near the mound. Even with a bag on each side for body waste, he still umpired and played. UIC KC and I will miss our Super Bowl games at Paul and Vivian's home. RIP my friend.
June 10

17 posts
RIP my Friend Paul!
June 10

11 posts
Paul was my batting practice pitcher for many years and was a great pitcher and a better friend. He was unable to play the last couple of years but would still come out to the field to be with the players. He will be missed and my condolences to Vivian and his two sons. RIP Paul
June 19

13 posts
I knew Paul for quite a while, and had the privilege of playing with him on several teams. Paul and his wife Vivian stayed at my house on several occasions while they were here in Colorado, so I got to know them on a personal basis. Paul was a very friendly and caring man. He had a sense of humor that had you laughing until you cried. Paul was definitely a man of conviction. He would let you know how he believed about things. You knew where you stood with him. I was going to visit him St.George this year, but the
virus prevented that, and unfortunately Paul passed away without me getting to visit with him. I will miss wonderful person and friend. My deepest condolences and prayers to his wife Vivian and to his sons. RIP my friend.
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