Paul Robitaille is a member of several genealogical and historical societies, including the French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan; Natchez Historical Society; Oklahoma Historical Society; and the Center for French Colonial Studies. He is also a life member of the Fort Niagara Association and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Paul serves as the United States Representative of the Robitaille Family Association in Ancienne Lorette, Quebec.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Towson State University in Maryland, with a major in Environmental Science. Paul served eight years in the United States Navy during the Viet Nam era and later worked for 35 years as an engineer in the Aerospace & Defense Business. He retired in 2010 from Lockheed Martin as a Director of Systems Engineering.
The Robitaille family came to North America in 1670, settling in Nouvelle France near Quebec City. As a second generation U.S. born Robitaille, Paul enjoys researching and writing about the adventures of early Robitaille family pioneers who left Quebec for what would later become the United States.
Paul lives in Montana and enjoys an outdoor lifestyle with his family.