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Paul Stuart McDade

Paul Stuart McDade, 72, husband of Ann D. Savage of Jeffreys Neck Road, passed away unexpectedly August 20, 2016 in the Beverly Hospital.

Born in Boston, May 31, 1944 he was one of the two sons of the late Warren and Marguerite (Sevieri) McDade formerly of Ipswich.  He grew up in Ipswich, graduating from Ipswich High in 1962 and attended St. Anselmís College in Manchester NH.  He later attended North Bennett Street School in Boston learning jewelry design and repair which became a longtime passion. Paul lived in Ipswich for the majority of his life except for several years when he was in Denmark where he met his first wife Lola Poulsen who predeceased him in 1980. Paul had a rich work history allowing him to touch upon many peopleís lives, making a lasting impression with his thoughtful, witty personality. In the early 60ís he worked at the Kingís Rook Coffee House in Ipswich, for the Hearthstone Insurance Company, and later for the Internal Revenue Service. In addition, Paul was employed at Caldwell Nursing Home, Wild Oats Market in Saugus, and the Essex County Co-Op. He operated his own business under the Invisible Fence Company and most recently he worked at Russell Farm in Ipswich where he was valued by all with whom he came into contact. Paulís underlying skill and passion was in jewelry design and repair where he found employment at an array of locations for many years.

Paul was a kind and gentle human being with a wonderful sense of humor. An avid book enthusiast, he was intelligent, had a curious mind and was mechanically adept without specific training. He enjoyed bird watching, riding motorcycles, and spending time with his family and friends.

In addition to his wife Ann, Paul is survived by a brother, Peter J. McDade of Ipswich and many loving extended family and friends, including his faithful dog Dinah, by whom he will be deeply missed.

His family would like to invite his friends, classmates, and colleagues to a celebration of his life on Sunday, October 23, from 2 to 4 pm at the Bradford Tavern in Rowley. All who wish are welcome to share a reminiscence of Paul. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Care Dimensions, 75 Sylvan Street, Suite B-102, Danvers, MA 01923.

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