I knew Paul from my Risk Management days at Healthsouth and was always impressed with his vast knowledge and forward thinking view point. His death will leave many at a huge lost. My condolences to you, your children and grandchildren.
Our prayers for Kathy and the Lally family. Paul's kindness and friendship will live on for generations. God blessed me with his mentorship for which I remain eternally grateful. Heartfelt sympathy.
When Mom & Dad took Lee, Susan, & Carol to Florida after my senior year in high school, Paul & Kathy took over at home and took the full brunt of my youthful revolt. They handled me with their typical good humor and wise council, allowing me to find my way to late nights at the Exit Coffeehouse which became the touchstone of my later adult life in New Haven. Starting with the Exit Experimental Theater Co., I was able to be proud of my Uncle Paul's trailblazing work at CMED and knew we had leadership skills in our shared genes. It gave me the confidence to, then, take a leadership role at Yale's radio station which, then, led to editorship, at 35, of the Connecticut Elder, a senior citizen's newspaper (an idea hatched during a rehearsal at the Exit) . He & Kathy continued being positive nearby influences in our lives in East Haven and, later, were nearby comforts in our parents' declining years in Florida. They have been intricately involved in our family's lives and so we are grateful they have been such a part of it. Thank you, Kathy and, as you head to your eternal rewards, Paul. You are in our hearts and prayers.
To the Lally Family, I had the great pleasure of having Paul as an instructor about 10 years ago and met up with him again at Crane Creek Surgery Center. Paul's knowledge and integrity, along with his friendly personality and sense of humor will be greatly missed.
You were a great friend and I am proud to have known you and worked with you for years. My husband and I offer our sincere sympathy to your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. Love, Claire and Don Forget