Paul B. Dour, 36, automobile-body mechanic

August 23, 2002

Paul B. Dour, an auto-body mechanic and racing enthusiast, died of pancreatitis Saturday at his Hamilton home. He was 36.

Born and raised in Hamilton and Timonium, Mr. Dour graduated from Dulaney High School in 1983.

He began working for Fox Chevrolet in Timonium and later was a body shop mechanic at Len Stoler's Lexus in Owings Mills. At his death, he was employed at Bud and Jeff Dansicker Inc. in Bare Hills.

Mr. Dour was an auto racing and Chicago Bears fan. He also was especially fond of his cat, Elby.

Services were held Wednesday.

Mr. Dour is survived by his mother, Marcy Curtiss of Pasadena; a brother, Ronald Dour Jr. of Annapolis; a sister, Carolyn Dour of Ellicott City; and his fiancee, Julie Withrow of Hamilton. His father, Ronald Dour Sr., died in 1989.

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