I remember all the great times I had with my grandpa. He would make bird call noises and they were so good!
I will miss him greatly.
I did not know my friend Paul had passed until me & my dog Sasha stopped by Sat on our walk. Paul & I enjoyed conversations on the patio when I use to walk my dogs. We talked about when he was young & use to climb poles. We shared conversation about the loss of his son & the loss of my sister. I just found out he passed on my sister, Regina P. Rickey's 5-yr anniversary of her death- May 13, 2008. The day I stayed home to mourn her 5-yr anniversary is the day my dear friend met my sister in heaven. No more pain, my friend. U are in good company, now! In His Love, and my tears, your friend Yoli :-)
Our family was so saddened to see Paul's obituary in the paper. Sadly, none of us knew! I guess Art and Louise and mom finally have their fourth for pinochle or a good round of poker. Love from us all to every one of you! The Mudds
My condolences to the Biermann family.Dot and Paul have always been so nice. Paul umpired quite a few of my softball games at Central School and he called balks on me several times when I was pitching. Such a nice man. I'm sure his family and friends will miss him.
My condolences to my classmate Pat, his mother, and their families for their loss. I wish I could be there to sing at the funeral today. I have wonderful childhood memories of Paul's activities with the church and school. I was pleasantly surprised to see Paul and Dot working at my mother's funeral luncheon in April, 2006.
May God give you Peace and Comfort in your time of grief. Paul was a good friend to me and all who knew him will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Tom,Mark,Jane and the rest of the family I am very sorry for the loss of Paul. I have such fond memories of the old days at Montauk and or other family functions together. I still fish at Montauk often with family and friends, every time I'm there I think of your dad and all the good times we had there. I still use all the techniques he showed me to catch alot of fish. Be strong during these hard times and God Bless.
Dorothy and Family,
Sorry for the loss of Paul,We had a lot of good times traveling to a lot of of Polka Fest in a lot of States and local areas.
Gene and Florence Telle, Huntley Il.
To Jane and the family,
We always enjoyed your dad's jokes and visiting with him when he came in to the office. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Your friends at the office.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Please accept my sincere sympathy.
To the Biermann Family,
The last time we saw your dad, he was looking spiffy at Rachel's wedding. It seemed that his illness progressed so rapidly after that in some ways, but the time went so slowly in others. Take comfort knowing that he has found peace, and is out of his misery now. You are in our thoughts and prayers, and may the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. There are many of us.
To the Biermann Family,
I have heard more stories about your father over the years than I thought were possible. It seems that he lived more in 87 years than a regular person could live in 187 years. He was an extraordinary man who always put others first. It is true, you reap what you sow. His harvest in heaven will be bountiful beyond imagination.