Guest Book for Paul Howard Bissonette

Provided by Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop

Posted by: William McPeak
Wed June 24, 2020
JoAnn and I were very sad to hear that Paul has passed.  Paul was my oldest friend from grade school and I have thought often of him and Pat.  Our plans was to drop by to visit this summer so my regards to you Pat and we both send our love and prayers for these sad times.  We hope you and your family are doing well during these times.. Bill and JoAnn McPeak.
 

 
Posted by: Bill and Marilyn Murphy
Thu June 25, 2020
Dear Pat and family,
We were so sorry to hear of Paul's passing.  I told all the kids and we reminisced about Paul pulling into our place to pull a calf or preg check.  He always came in with a flourish, skidding the subaru to a screaming halt and jumping out with a big smile.  Then he'd suck in his belly and pull on his coveralls.  He was a good friend and a real character.  We have warm thoughts of our times with you two and of course the Christmas parties at the clinic.  Please accept our sympathy  He was one of the good guys.
 

 
Posted by: Wayne Ternes
Sat June 27, 2020
Pat and family,

So sorry to hear this news.  So many fond memories of my times with the family.  I think of Mary often and every time I drive through the Valley and pass the clinic, I think of Doc and the family.
 

 
Posted by: Tracey Fleming and Ken Fleming
Sat June 27, 2020
Dear Bill and Bob,  

We are so sorry to hear of your father's passing.  Dr. Bissonette was definitely a well-known man in Deer Lodge and the community was fortunate to have him as a dedicated veterinarian.  Condolences to you, your families, and your step-mother.  He will live on in your hearts and memories.
 

 
Posted by: Tom Williams
Sun June 28, 2020
Pat and family,
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Paul was an awesome individual and always enjoyable to be with. I can especially relate to you because three years ago I lost Shirley due to an auto accident. We had lots of good times with you and Paul. The veterinary ropings were some of the best days i can remember. God bless until we meet again.RIP
Tom
 

 
Posted by: Wendy Murphy Williams
Mon June 29, 2020
Pat, Bill, Bob and family
I was saddened to learn of Paul‘s passing. I have so many fond memories of growing up around him and seeing him driving into our ranch in his little truck to work cattle. He would step out of his truck, puff his chest out and give us a big grin! I spent many days at his clinic watching him do procedures on different animals and I always learned from him. I remember just how packed full of people his Christmas parties at the vet clinic were. He was iconic! He was the John Wayne of Powell County!! I will miss him!

Wendy