Paul Tremain had been the scion of early Northwest timber barons. His money bought drugs; the drugs ruined his liver and he ascended at the young age of thirty-eight. In crossing over he was delivered from his earthly life through the abuse of multiple substances, none of them nutritional. His legacy included the use of every mind altering drug available to a man of means.
Paul lived his life as an indolent earthly sloth. In heaven, like others guilty of earthly indolence, he was assigned laborious and tedious work loads; monolithic tasks that the more ambitious and accomplished ascendants were spared.