Paul Wayne Trammel was born to Carol Lowell Trammel and Betty Jo (Stevens) Trammel on January 15th, 1954 in Oakridge, Oregon. He passed away at his home in Kamiah, Idaho on August 19th 2022. Paul had a passion for music, loved to make people laugh with his great sense of humor, and had a smile that could brighten anyone's day. He attended El Dorado Springs High School in El Dorado Springs, Missouri. After he graduated high school he enlisted into \nthe Army where he became a Paratrooper and tried for the US Army Special Forces or "Green Berets." He had a passion for music and played a various array of instruments. Bass guitar was his favorite instrument and was inspirational in teaching guitar lessons to close friends \nand family members. He couldn't afford \nLes Paul or Gibson guitars, therefore acquired the talent of making the guitar he desired. He spent most of his life in Neodesha, Kansas with many of his family and friends whom he loved to entertain and always willing to help, in their time of need. He then moved to Kamiah, Idaho in 2014 where he met his wife, Geri Adelle Goldsberry. Paul is survived by his wife Geri of the home, his brother Bill Trammel and wife Donna from Neodesha, Kansas, His sister Sally Swartz from Caney, Kansas, and his sister Penny Trammel from Anderson, Missouri. He was proceeded in death by his parents, Carol Lowell Trammel, and Betty Jo (Stevens) Trammel, His sisters, Teresa Lynn Robbins, and Loretta Joyce Collier, His brother, James Roy Trammel, his nephews, Larry Eldon Rice Jr., and Jacob Ian Trammel, his niece, Katherine Renae Scoval, and numerous loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and many close friends.