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Paul Scott Howell biography: 13 things about Edmond, Oklahoma insurance agent

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Paul Scott Howell was an insurance agent from Edmond, Oklahoma, United States. He attended Edmond Public Schools in Edmond and Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri, USA.

A recovering alcoholic, Howell contributed at the local, state, and national level of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Here are 13 more things about him:

Paul Scott Howell
Paul Scott Howell
  1. He was born in Edmond to William Dean “Bill” Howell, Sr. and Dorothy Howell.
  2. He has one older sister named Megan Howell Tobey.
  3. He has two older brothers namely William Dean “Bill” Howell, Jr. and Brian Howell.
  4. He was married to Kathy Howell.
  5. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Edmond where he taught Sunday school classes.
  6. After attending Columbia College, he returned to Edmond and worked as an independent insurance agent for Howell-Stone Insurance, an insurance and bonds company focusing on the commercial construction industry.
  7. He loved travelling and scuba diving.
  8. A music lover, he was a fan of Jimmy Buffet, a singer-songwriter born in Pascagoula, Mississippi, U.S. in 1946.
  9. In 1987, he admitted his alcoholism and sought help with AA.
  10. In 1990, Kathy gave birth to their daughter Rachel K. Howell.
  11. In 1992, Kathy gave birth to their daughter Abby M. Howell.
  12. At around 9:30 p.m. on July 29, 1999, he, his sister and his two daughters went out shopping for school supplies. He drove a brown 1997 GMC Suburban. When he pulled into the driveway at his parents’ house in Edmond, an African-American man walked up to the car. After cracking his door open, he was shot by the African-American man. His sister and two daughters rushed out of the car. The gunman, who left in the car, was not immediately identified.
  13. At around 1:45 a.m. on July 30, 1999, he was pronounced dead. He died at the age of 45. He was buried at the Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond.
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