Paul Meredith Seagraves II | 1973-2018

Published Wednesday, August 15, 2018

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Paul Meredith Seagraves II

Paul Meredith Seagraves II, 45, of Sulphur Springs, died Tuesday, July 10, 2018.

Service is 2:01 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at Balsora Baptist Church in Bridgeport with the Revs. Duane Perkinson and Sonny Smith officiating.

Paul was born July 7, 1973, in Denton to Paul M. and Rosita L. Seagraves.

Paul worked as regional health, safety and environmental coordinator in South Texas for E.ON Climate and Renewables North America. He had been with E.ON since March 2016. Paul worked in the wind energy industry for many years.

He was a member of First Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs.

Paul received his Bachelor of Business Administration in management from Texas Tech University in 1999. While attending Tech, Paul interned with A&M Agriculture Extension Office in Lubbock.

Paul began his career in Dimmitt with a pesticide company as a pesticide inspector, taking care of corn fields. From Dimmitt, he went to work for the Texas Boll Weevil Eradication Foundation Inc. as a pesticide inspector. Paul began working for the Texas Department of Agriculture in Dallas in January 2002. The family moved to Sulphur Springs in February of that same year. After leaving TDA, Paul began a career in construction and received many safety certifications. He entered the wind farm industry beginning as a contractor with many companies such as Vestas, Mallory, etc. From contracting, he began working for Enel Green Power out of Rome, Italy. After leaving Enel, he began with E.ON Climate and Renewables out of Hamburg, Germany. While in the wind farm industry, Paul was invited to lead many training workshops and was the lead speaker for many seminars. He was at the top of his field at the time of his death.

Paul married Brandy Lea Brown May 25, 2001, in Lubbock.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ancil L. and Okla P. Seagraves of Bridgeport and George A. and Louise J. Bloom of Amarillo; and father-in-law Lee Roy Brown Jr. of Mt. Home.

He is survived by his wife; daughters Ralea Louise, Paige Meredith and Brook Lea Seagraves, all of Sulphur Springs; and son Derek Alexander Lamb, of Lubbock; his parents; and sister Rasena Seagraves Parker and her husband, Keith, of Temple.

Donations may be made to Feeding Wise Kids or a scholarship fund that will be set up at Texas Tech University.

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