From the Class of '59 we have many fond memories of our classmate, the embodiment of our Indian and a great guy. I remember the ovation to Paul at our 50th reunion, the devotion always with Glenda, and amazed at the high esteem he has been held in by others in the years since.
Mr. Tremewan was an amazing educator, who made me feel as if my love of history and literature was a valuable trait - one that should be encouraged. He was a strong supporter of my writing and my career choice to become an English professor. I also was his babysitter for a number of years, and he and Glenda always made me feel right at home. I am sending my love to Rob and to Tracie, and to everyone who holds Paul dear. Paul Tremewan was an amazing person, and I am so fortunate to have known him.
I was lucky enough to have met Paul in High School. We became good friends who were separated by the years, but who, thankfully, were reunited 3 years ago at the 50th reunion of the Class of 1960. His ability to fight the disease, and to not only maintain a positive attitude but to create amazing works of poetry along the way are testaments to his faith and to the kind of person that he was. I am proud to be able to say he was a friend. Rest in peace, Paul. We will miss you greatly.
On behalf of the graduating class of Flint Central 1959, I send our condolences to the family and friends of Paul. He embodied the true spirit of our class.