Miss ya but I know you are in a much better place than those you left behind
Heaven will now have the best pasta sauce...Paul is gone much too soon, but always stays with us in memories...Love and prayers to Dix and the family from Uncle Willy.
Oh Dixie I am so sorry to hear this, I had no idea. I have loved you & Paul for more than 35 years and you are such a great part of what was the best time in my life. My heart goes out to you, sending you light and much love. R.I.P. Paul, you will not be forgotten.
To Dixie and all of the family,
Paul was a great guy with a lot of love in his heart and A LOT of stories to tell! He will be missed by his Pittsburgh family.
Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends for strength, and always remember how much you are cared about.
We will remember you all in our thoughts and prayers.
Dixie -my sincere sympathy to you and the family - may you have the strength to remember only allthe wonderful life you had together sincerely Marilyn turner
My Condolences to the Family. During this time of sorrow, may you find peace and comfort in God's promise found at John 6:40
Your love will be always in my heart. Even though I never felt like a Princess you always reminded me that I was your Princess.
Sending my love and prayers to the Cavaliere family, praying that God will give you peace during this difficult time.
My families thoughts and prayers go out to you and yours during this time. Your Mom and he made such a sweet couple! I'll always remember how respectfully he treated her!
Your Dad was a man's, man.
One of the few!
God Bless,, the cusine just got better in Heaven,, condolences to all Chef's family,,
I wanted to offer my condolences and a comforting thought. John 3:16- For God loved the world so much that he gave his only begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.
There is nothing anyone can say to make this better, except that Uncle Paul is up there now with all our loved ones where we all we will be together someday God willing. God broke the mold when he made Uncle Paul...so grateful to have known and loved him. Until then Uncle Paul, we'll be taking care of Aunt Dixie...Love you.
Can't sleep tonight. Thinking of you.
We never got around to making those canolis. And so much more. Love you Dad.
Best Uncle a person could ask for, love you Unc!...see you on the other side. Until then watch over us all
My Dad rocked and rolled. We had so much in common. There's never enough time in life. Miss you Dad
I always have considered Paul to be my brother-in-law. I remember when he took me to see the many historic places in the area when I visited many years ago. I kept in touch with him through facebook. I am deeply saddened. I will always be there for Dixie.
Paul was a laid back, friendly, and joyful man. He and Dixie and I would chat as we waited for the MARC train to arrive (or not arrive!) Even in the dead of Winter, I'd walk over to their parked van and he'd roll down the window to chat. His smattering of Spanish was welcomed and sincere.
I am now retired, and don't take MARC anymore (thank goodness!), but I still think about our casual chats and happy moments that started the morning off on the right tone. Happy gardening, Sen~or! Gil Narro Garcia