Glenn Paulson was a humble man with a great heart. He was the kind of friend, neighbor, brother, and dad that would put everything aside to help you out. He loved being quiet and fully present, listening to every detail, absorbing, and witnessing other people’s lives. Decades after his death from colon cancer, I still get notes from co-workers, old friends, and mentees about the ways their lives continue to change for the better because they knew Glenn Paulson.
It is with great love and humility that The Paulson Center for Integrative Healing is named after Glenn Paulson. He did not know that his experience with colon cancer would lead to this space for healing, but I know that he would want nothing more for his life than for every human to experience love and healing. Like he treated every friend and neighbor, I know that he would want to help ease whatever is causing disease in anyone that comes to the space of his namesake.