As an avid tennis player for many years, Winters in Colorado weren’t much fun, due to a lack of indoor courts along the front range.

I used to spend the cold weather months in the Apex gym, working out and swimming, basically trying to stay in shape for the next tennis season.

Then I met Ken and found the exceptionally entertaining game of PickleBall.

Having played ping pong as a youngster and tennis as an adult, this game came naturally to me and I was soon playing competitively.

Thank you Ken, and all the wonderful people I have met and continue to meet playing this wonderful game.


When I was growing up, my Dad always had a workbench wherever we lived and could fix anything. He came from the generation that did not throw things away, but would repair and put them back in service. I spent many hours at his side and was always fascinated with how things worked.

I now enjoy repairing and restoring vintage items...clocks, radios, cameras, toys, cars and anything that was quality made back in the day.

Since I retired from the phone company several years ago, I started an at home business called Paul’s Fix-It Shoppe, just for fun.

I also shop estate & garage sales, just like American Pickers, and restore and sell vintage items I find.

I’d rather spend time at my workbench than sit in front of the TV!


Look forward to seeing you at the courts!!!


You can contact me through my website...


Paul's 1941 Chevy Web Site
& All Things Vintage...

Here are a few of the hundreds of items I’ve restored over the years...

Paul Stoehr

When I’m Not Playing Pickleball