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“Rock on man!” is what Brad Paul had to say about how he feels about life in general, as he hangs 10 with his wife Danella in their jammin’ pad. There is more than one reason he is in high spirits. First is his gregarious nature, but second, is the new heart that beats within him. After suffering heart disease for 33 years, Paul had a transplant this past May. The Pauls live between Cresbard and Faulkton. Photo by Garrick Moritz, Faulk County Record.
“Rock on man!” is what Brad Paul had to say about how he feels about life in general, as he hangs 10 with his wife Danella in their jammin’ pad. There is more than one reason he is in high spirits. First is his gregarious nature, but second, is the new heart that beats within him. After suffering heart disease for 33 years, Paul had a transplant this past May. The Pauls live between Cresbard and Faulkton. Photo by Garrick Moritz, Faulk County Record.

“Rock on man!” is what Brad Paul had to say about how he feels about life in general, as he hangs 10 with his wife Danella in their jammin’ pad. There is more than one reason he is in high spirits. First is his gregarious nature, but second, is the new heart that beats within him. After suffering heart disease for 33 years, Paul had a transplant this past May. The Pauls live between Cresbard and Faulkton. Photo by Garrick Moritz, Faulk County Record.

“Rock on man!” is what Brad Paul had to say about how he feels about life in general, as he hangs 10 with his wife Danella in their jammin’ pad. There is more than one reason he is in high spirits. First is his gregarious nature, but second, is the new heart that beats within him. After suffering heart disease for 33 years, Paul had a transplant this past May. The Pauls live between Cresbard and Faulkton. Photo by Garrick Moritz, Faulk County Record.

“Rock on man!” is what Brad Paul had to say about how he feels about life in general, as he hangs 10 with his wife Danella in their jammin’ pad. There is more than one reason he is in high spirits. First is his gregarious nature, but second, is the new heart that beats within him. After suffering heart disease for 33 years, Paul had a transplant this past May. The Pauls live between Cresbard and Faulkton. Photo by Garrick Moritz, Faulk County Record.

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