Just learned of Paul's passing. I worked with Paul at Cape Cod Hospital many years ago. Paul made the world a little brighter for those who knew him. He will be missed by many. Condolences to the family and friends.
I was surprised and saddened to hear of Paul's recent passing. As one of his Amsoil customers, I found him to be a friendly and decent man, always ready with a smile and a humorous comment. I suppose it was characteristic of him that he gave no clue as to the fact that he was ill-I had no idea. He was a decent, friendly, hard-working man, and he will be missed by me and many others. My condolences to his charming wife Claire, and to his family.
So very sad to read about Paul. I cannot imagine you without him as you were always or "Bee Couple". I am so overwhelmed to think that he is no longer around, he was so much a part of our bee lives.
I remember so many fun things about him, his wry sense of humor about bee things, and it helped us cope when things didn't work out a they should have, such as when our bees swarmed one summer!
I shall never forget you Claire, your unending help and wise counsel on all things bee-related. But most of all your kind heart and always ready to reach out with thoughtfulness in all things!
When you go out to your bees, Paul's spirit will be there with you, smiling down and making sure, all will be well and saying "you're Golden"! That's how I shall remember you always!
With deep affection,
We were saddened to learn of your recent loss of Paul.
You bath shared so much with your profession, your love of beekeeping and your family. It must be a difficult time.
Please accept our sympathies.
Words cannot describe how saddened Ed & I are to have heard about Paul.
As you know, my memories of Paul go back 30+ years with CVS. What a hardworking, dedicated man and just a good, honorable person. It was such a pleasure to be reacquainted through the beekeeping. Same Paul...
We are so very sorry. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family. With love,