Paul Vinson Death, Obituary – Today marks the passing of Paul Vinson, who was best known for his tenure with The Dixie Echoes as the band’s baritone vocalist from 1985 to 1995. The band has suffered a significant setback as a result of his demise. The contributions that he made to the band during those early years are always remembered with a warm and fuzzy feeling. He was already 90 years old at that point in time, having passed the age of 90 at that point in time. My grandfather, Daddy Paul Vinson, who was also known as my closest buddy, passed away not too long ago and went to be with Jesus in heaven to live out the rest of his days.
He was with Jesus till the end of his life. Daddy Paul Vinson left this planet not too long ago and is no longer suffering. My heart was overflowing with the most intense love and compassion I could ever feel for him. I have a great deal of pleasant recollections, and it is my intention to carry those recollections with me for the rest of my life. I have high hopes that they will bring happiness into my life. The influence that he had on my life had a huge bearing on the path that I would eventually take in my life as a result of those influences. Even though his health had been progressively declining over the course of the last few years, he never lost his razor-sharp wit or his deadpan sense of humor.
Despite the fact that his health had been steadily deteriorating over the course of the past few years. I am really thankful that he was able to spend both Thanksgiving and Christmas with his family at their home, and I pray that you and the people you care about will have the opportunity to do the same this season. He has at last arrived at the glistening street that he has been singing about for a considerable amount of time now. In the same way that you have been, we ask that you continue to pray for each and every member of our family. Your prayers are very significant to the Dixie Echoes family, and the entire band acknowledges and values the efforts that you are making in this respect. Thank you.