Born and raised in St. George, Paul attended Dixie High School, Dixie College and then LDS Business College in Salt Lake City. Later, upon returning from an LDS mission to Germany, Paul met and married his wife Roberta, who at the time was employed as a paralegal at a local law firm.
At the prompting of Roberta’s boss, Paul became interested in law and legal proceedings.This newfound interest took Paul and Roberta to the Los Angeles area where Paul attended Bryan College of Court Reporting.
After certifying and passing the California and Utah state exams, their small family (which now included their two children Liesel and Anthony) was able to return to St. George where Paul opened a court reporting firm. A few short years later, Paul was hired by the Utah State Court Administers office to work for the Fifth District Court side-by-side with Judge J. Philip Eves and his court staff.
During his career in the legal system, Paul worked for the District and Federal Courts and many attorneys throughout the state of Utah. Recently, after almost 35 years of legal work, Paul retired to spend more time with his wife, five children and 17 grandchildren. Retirement didn’t last long, however. When the opportunity came to work part-time with the fast-growing personal injury law firm of McMullin Injury Law, Paul jumped at the chance to get involved.
In his spare time, Paul enjoys spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren or watching and participating in all sports. GO JAZZ!!!!