Paul Hay Obituary, Death – At the same time, Paul Hay was a friend to a great number of individuals who had a significant influence not only on Gage County but also on the globe in general. The bad news is that he passed away on Tuesday, the 14th, after a brief struggle with illness. The vast majority of people were familiar with Hay since he served as the Extension Educator for Gage County in the state of Nebraska. His retirement came in October of 2017, after he had served for a total of 37 years.
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The hay was grown on a farm that was located quite near to Bangor, Michigan. During the five years that he worked as an Extension Agent in Frontier County, Nebraska, prior to his relocation to Gage County in 1980, he was employed there. He remained there for a total of five years. Working alongside him in the Gage County 4-H and Extension was a significant part of Jane Esau’s professional life, spanning over forty years.
“That’s my name backwards,” she continued, referring to the response that he consistently provided. “Many of us would say ‘Hay Paul,’ and his response was always that.” From 4-H plant science projects to camp seminars to excursions to Washington, DC, Paul came up with a wide range of activities that were suitable for both children and adults. These activities included a great lot of other things as well. When it came to each event, he gave both truthful information and humorous commentary.