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Paul M. Clift

October 22, 1963 – June 16, 2021


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October 1963 – June 2021

Paul M. Clift (57) passed away suddenly at his home on June 16, 2021.  He was the eldest of three children; born to Paul A. and Jean Clift.

He is survived by his parents, Paul A. and Jean, his sisters, Maribeth and Julie (Robert), his nephews, Joshua and Steven, and many much-loved extended family members.

Paul was a Technology Business Services Analyst at Wells Fargo.  He had been with Wells Fargo for the last 20 years.  While offices were closed for Covid, he deeply missed in-person time with members of his work team.

He had a huge heart, always willing to give someone in need the proverbial shirt off of his own back.  He had a gentle spirit and a tenderhearted smile.  He was devoted to his family and sincerely enjoyed spending time with the Denny’s gang and other friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Red Cross can be made at https://www.redcross.org/donate/donation.html/.

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13 responses to “Paul M. Clift”

  1. Julie says:

    It will be quite some time before I’ve got my breath again, big bro’. I will forever yearn to hear those boots of yours approaching once again. You left us too soon. Love you always!

  2. Guy Quinonez says:

    My condolences to all of Paul’s family. I’ve known Paul over the last 20 years as we worked at WF and moved from job to job. He had a voice you could never forget. Gone too soon, but never forgotten.

  3. Chris Murray says:

    Paul was a great person that I was lucky to work with. My prayers are with his family. I’m so very sorry for your loss.

  4. Michelle Masters says:

    My deepest condolences to all in the Clift family. Although we’ve never met, I feel like we have. I’ve known Paul for more than 20 years and he talked about each of you often. His face would light up when talking about time spent with his loving parents, his sisters, and especially his nephews! His work at Wells Fargo was vitally important to him and he was known for becoming an expert at any task assigned to him. There are literally thousands of us who were better for having worked with him. But it was truly YOU, his family, who brought him the greatest joy and pride. You are in our prayers.

  5. Debbie Berry says:

    Paul was a terrific teammate when we worked together several years back. He always went the extra mile to help, with a cheerful and encouraging word. Condolences to his family.

  6. Michelle Ferrer says:

    Pa, Ma, Julie (Robert) and the boys and Maribeth – he loved you so much. Every story, memory, moment with you was his greatest joy. We talked about y’all often. I spent 20 years with Paul as my person at Wells Fargo. He was a gentleman always, honest, hard working, loyal, kind and stubborn as a mule. It was a privilege to have him in my life. I will carry him with me always. Sending prayers and love for peace and healing to you all. 🙏💜

  7. Michael Miles says:

    Gone way too soon! My most vivid memory of Paul, besides the cowboy hat and drover, was the fact that he always had a smile on his face and a kind word for everyone he met. Condolences and prayers to the Clift family.

  8. Kendall Thomas says:

    I’m in shock hearing this news today. My condolences to the Family. I’ve known Paul for many years as co-workers and he was a great person. #RIP

  9. Trevor Davis says:

    I just found out about Paul’s passing and my heart is heavy. We started the same day at Wells Fargo over 20 years ago. Although I left that department years ago I will always remember Paul and his cowboy hat. Gone way too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.

  10. Kim Walentiny says:

    In complete shock of this news! I always looked for Paul when I was back at Wells Fargo on another assignment. I will miss seeing him on campus.

  11. Leticia Diaz says:

    I am so saddened to hear this news. I’ve known Paul for many years through WF. He was the biggest gentleman. He always had a smile on his face and always willing to help. My deepest condolences to your family.

  12. Julie says:

    From the Clift Family: We deeply appreciate each of you taking the time to send your condolences and to share some memories of Paul. Whether your comments brought tears or smiles (or both), they have been therapeutic to us in a very difficult time. Thank you for being in Paul’s life and for sharing that with us. We offer our condolences to each of you, too, as we know that the loss of Paul is not just a Clift Family loss… it’s a loss to so many other relatives, friends, and colleagues too.

  13. Mona Stacy says:

    I met Paul on the Help Desk 18+ years years ago. The cowboy hat, the grin he was a very sweet and kind man! Just ran into him last year and got a big hug. 🙏🏻 RIP Paul. Condolences to the Clift family.

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Paul M. Clift

October 22, 1963 – June 16, 2021


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October 1963 – June 2021

Paul M. Clift (57) passed away suddenly at his home on June 16, 2021.  He was the eldest of three children; born to Paul A. and Jean Clift.

He is survived by his parents, Paul A. and Jean, his sisters, Maribeth and Julie (Robert), his nephews, Joshua and Steven, and many much-loved extended family members.

Paul was a Technology Business Services Analyst at Wells Fargo.  He had been with Wells Fargo for the last 20 years.  While offices were closed for Covid, he deeply missed in-person time with members of his work team.

He had a huge heart, always willing to give someone in need the proverbial shirt off of his own back.  He had a gentle spirit and a tenderhearted smile.  He was devoted to his family and sincerely enjoyed spending time with the Denny’s gang and other friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Red Cross can be made at https://www.redcross.org/donate/donation.html/.

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13 responses to “Paul M. Clift”

  1. Julie says:

    It will be quite some time before I’ve got my breath again, big bro’. I will forever yearn to hear those boots of yours approaching once again. You left us too soon. Love you always!

  2. Guy Quinonez says:

    My condolences to all of Paul’s family. I’ve known Paul over the last 20 years as we worked at WF and moved from job to job. He had a voice you could never forget. Gone too soon, but never forgotten.

  3. Chris Murray says:

    Paul was a great person that I was lucky to work with. My prayers are with his family. I’m so very sorry for your loss.

  4. Michelle Masters says:

    My deepest condolences to all in the Clift family. Although we’ve never met, I feel like we have. I’ve known Paul for more than 20 years and he talked about each of you often. His face would light up when talking about time spent with his loving parents, his sisters, and especially his nephews! His work at Wells Fargo was vitally important to him and he was known for becoming an expert at any task assigned to him. There are literally thousands of us who were better for having worked with him. But it was truly YOU, his family, who brought him the greatest joy and pride. You are in our prayers.

  5. Debbie Berry says:

    Paul was a terrific teammate when we worked together several years back. He always went the extra mile to help, with a cheerful and encouraging word. Condolences to his family.

  6. Michelle Ferrer says:

    Pa, Ma, Julie (Robert) and the boys and Maribeth – he loved you so much. Every story, memory, moment with you was his greatest joy. We talked about y’all often. I spent 20 years with Paul as my person at Wells Fargo. He was a gentleman always, honest, hard working, loyal, kind and stubborn as a mule. It was a privilege to have him in my life. I will carry him with me always. Sending prayers and love for peace and healing to you all. 🙏💜

  7. Michael Miles says:

    Gone way too soon! My most vivid memory of Paul, besides the cowboy hat and drover, was the fact that he always had a smile on his face and a kind word for everyone he met. Condolences and prayers to the Clift family.

  8. Kendall Thomas says:

    I’m in shock hearing this news today. My condolences to the Family. I’ve known Paul for many years as co-workers and he was a great person. #RIP

  9. Trevor Davis says:

    I just found out about Paul’s passing and my heart is heavy. We started the same day at Wells Fargo over 20 years ago. Although I left that department years ago I will always remember Paul and his cowboy hat. Gone way too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.

  10. Kim Walentiny says:

    In complete shock of this news! I always looked for Paul when I was back at Wells Fargo on another assignment. I will miss seeing him on campus.

  11. Leticia Diaz says:

    I am so saddened to hear this news. I’ve known Paul for many years through WF. He was the biggest gentleman. He always had a smile on his face and always willing to help. My deepest condolences to your family.

  12. Julie says:

    From the Clift Family: We deeply appreciate each of you taking the time to send your condolences and to share some memories of Paul. Whether your comments brought tears or smiles (or both), they have been therapeutic to us in a very difficult time. Thank you for being in Paul’s life and for sharing that with us. We offer our condolences to each of you, too, as we know that the loss of Paul is not just a Clift Family loss… it’s a loss to so many other relatives, friends, and colleagues too.

  13. Mona Stacy says:

    I met Paul on the Help Desk 18+ years years ago. The cowboy hat, the grin he was a very sweet and kind man! Just ran into him last year and got a big hug. 🙏🏻 RIP Paul. Condolences to the Clift family.

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