Who remembers seeing Paw Paw Elvis while traveling through Paw Paw, Michigan? Seeing him in parades and even on postcards, some thought he was a myth. Now, he's a legend. Earl "Elvis" Cook passed away September 8th 2014, from a stroke but is still talked about and missed by residents and visitors alike. Remember going by the Little Caesars and seeing the sign out front where he would always be sitting. Here are a few videos to help remember him and to share a local legend with those who didn't know him.

 Paw Paw Elvis in Parade

This is Paw Paw Elvis in the Wine and Harvest Festival Parade. If you have never experienced this festival, you're missing out.

Interview with Earl

Here is an interview that was done with Earl. In it, he sings and plays guitar.

Elvis in front of Little Caesars

This is the spot where we most remember seeing him, but he could also be seen at some of the local parks.

 Singing to the WMU mascot

Even the WMU mascot got in on the fun that Paw Paw Elvis could provide.


While Earl has been gone for some time now, you can still relive some of the memories on his Facebook page.

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