Andy Paull (Builder 1966) – (1890/92-1959) was born on a small island near Squamish in 1890.
Although he came in contact with lacrosse at an early age, Andy became serious about the game when he began coaching a band of Indian players in 1921. He managed to keep many of his best players together for more than 20 years. His colourful teams were responsible for attracting some of the largest crowds ever to see lacrosse, both indoor and outdoors.
As the famous North Shore Indians of the mid-1930s his box lacrosse teams were always competively entertaining.
In 1944 Andy Paull received an outstanding honour when named Grand Chief of the North American Indian Brotherhood.
Andy Paull died in 1959.