To Mrs. Giovagnoli, Mary and the rest of the family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. He was indeed an incredible. man. He even found time to teach our Sunday School class at St. Gabriel's one year. I still have the book he bought all of his students.
Hold tight to the memories (and each other). I'll keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Joe, 4/30/13
Learned of your father's unexpected passing early this morning when we spotted his notable obituary in the Kansas City Star. What an inspiring life he lived. It's no surprise; you are the mensch you are. Passed from father to son(s) (and daughters) your father's enduring legacy lives on in you, your siblings, and all of his grandchildren. Please accept our sincere condolences.
May you find comfort in the blessings of his well lived life and the multitude of tender memories you, no doubt, have of your dad.
Please extend our love and expressions of sympathy to Michele and Lily.
With much affection and heartfelt compassion~
Sandy and Flip
Joyce and kids, Jim and I just learned of Paul's passing. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you. Thank you so much for sharing the video. It was such a beautiful and fitting tribute to Paul's life (though trying to guess who's who after 25-years was no easy feat). I shall always carry fond memories of my time spent at DI and all that I learned while working for Mr G. May your memories carry you through until you are with him again. Jim & Cheryl Melton
Much love to our friends The Giovagnoli Family. Sweet memories from Chouteau Elementary through Winnetonka High School. My dad still talks about the pitching machine your dad donated to the baseball team. Your dad was one of a kind. Our prayers are with you!
A wonderful mentor with an amazing history. He will truly be missed. Blessed thoughts to the Giovagnoli family.