Paul Lee is both a Cornerstone building engineer and a Cornerstone parent. He’s served the Lincoln-King Academy for eight years, and his son, PJ, attends LKA. Everyone knows “Mr. Paul.”
“Paul is a humble man who has overcome great odds in his life to become a good example for his son, and a vocal and proud ambassador for Cornerstone Schools,” said colleague Debbie Sanders. “His reputation and heart for service extends beyond Lincoln-King Academy; he is a good neighbor, a great father, and an exceptional employee. I know he counts himself fortunate to be a part of our Cornerstone family, but I think we are the lucky ones.”
Paul is quick to help anyone who asks in addition to his extensive duties as the building engineer. He always makes sure things are running smoothly behind the scenes, ensuring students have a clean, safe, well-run building in which to learn.
Over the past several months, Paul has been integral in preparing the Lincoln-King campus so that the school is safe and ready for students to return. Paul considers his work to be an act of service, and he puts his heart into every task. He says, “Cornerstone is an opportunity for me to fulfill a goal I’ve set for myself: to help others and show love to everyone I can.”