Paul Dauber Obituary, Death – Paul Steele, whose boyhood was spent at Summerside, was raised there after the deaths of both of his parents, Clarence and Faustina (Gaudet) Steele. Paul is survived by his loyal wife Heather (MacLellan) Steele, as well as his siblings John (who is married to Gladys), Jimmy (who is married to Roma), Mary (who was married to Harvey, who has since died away), and Joey (who is married to Vicki).
In addition, Paul is survived by his parents. In addition, he is survived by the father of his mother-in-law, Reg MacLellan (Marjorie, who has since died away); his sister-in-laws, Theresa Burke, Ellen Ridgeway (Lorna), and Paula Donnelly; and his brother-in-law, Billy MacLellan (Shelley). The demise of Paul will be a source of sorrow for a large number of nieces and nephews. His parents and sister Patricia (John Arsenault), as well as his nephews Michael and David, and his niece Melanie, all went away before Paul did. Also predeceased by Paul are his nephews Michael and David.
Paul was able to instill his passion for learning in the pupils he taught at Charlottetown Rural, Colonel Gray, St. Jean Elementary, Birchwood, and Bluefield High Schools throughout the years that he spent working as a teacher at those institutions. Paul’s early interest in a wide array of sports activities was stoked by the fact that he grew up in Summerside. Paul graduated from Summerside High School, where he was a member of many championship teams before completing his high school education and receiving his diploma.
After finishing his undergraduate work at St. Francis Xavier University, Paul continued his education at the University of Saskatchewan, where he earned both his Bachelor of Education and Master of Science degrees. Paul began his career as a teacher in Saskatchewan before making the move to Prince Edward Island, where he remained in the classroom for another 33 years.
During his time as a student at Bluefield College and the University of Prince Edward Island, Paul volunteered his time to instruct a number of sports without charging a fee. Additionally, he was successful in leading soccer teams from the province to both regional and national championships. In addition to this, Paul served as a Master Coarse Facilitator for the National Coaching Certification Program for about 20 years. This was during the time that the program was in its infancy.