PAUL M. DYER GOULDSBORO – Paul M. Dyer, 76, left this world to be with his Lord and Savior Sept. 4, 2008, after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s. Paul was born Feb. 5, 1932, the son of Alvah and Mildred (Rice) Dyer. Paul married Addie Robinson, July 1, 1950. He worked 30 years for the Department of Transportation and retired in 1985. He was self-employed after that doing odd jobs for people in the Gouldsboro area. Paul also spent many years picking brush for Addie in the fall of the year to make Christmas wreaths. Paul loved to hunt and be outside, he took great pride in keeping his yard nice, coming home every Friday night after work to mow his lawn. He also loved music and going out dancing on Saturday nights. He would play drums down at West Bay Grange and later played in the band Country Stompers. He was also seen playing the piano and a few other instruments in his day. Paul is survived by his wife of 58 years, Addie; two daughters, Vincy Reed and her husband, Adin and Bonnie Dyer and her companion, Guy Colson Jr., all of Gouldsboro; one son, Dennis Dyer and his wife, Tricia, of Otis; grandchildren, Brenda Daris, Laurie Reed, Donnie Dyer, Adam Dyer, Tia Crawford and Tara Dyer; great-grandchildren, Randy Grant, Micheal Daris, Norman Daris, Regina Young, Adin Young, Austin Dyer and soon to be born, Brayden Dyer-Kief; and a special aunt, Gladyce Richardson. Paul is also survived by one brother, Peter Dyer and his wife, Virginia, and their three children, Ricky, Owen and Dixie. He will also be missed by many, many other family members and friends. Paul was predeceased by his daughter, Kathy Dyer; brothers, Scott Dyer, Cobb Young and Stillman Young; and sisters, Margaret Colwell and Toodie McNutt. A celebration of his life will be held 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 7, at Gouldsboro Methodist Church.