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Paul Schatt Obituary
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December 05, 2016

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December 05, 2016

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May 14, 2016
I was looking across articles here at home and found one written by Paul. I just found out about his death. My prayers and condolences go to the family.
April 25, 2006
I just found out about Mr. Schatt's death today. I've lived in the DC area since 1995 and haven't kept up with events in Arizona. Please extend my sincere sympathy to his family. I was Mr. Schatt's student at ASU in 1994 and I loved his class. He made me work, he improved my skills, he made me laugh, and he inadvertently made me the scorn of the traditional-age students in his class! I loved it.
November 30, 2005
Laura,
My heart goes out to you and your family. Altho, I did not personally know Paul, your sister Mary, has shared with me about what a great man Paul was and the love that the two of you shared. I pray that you find peace and comfort in your memories of Paul and that you embrace the love and support of your family.
Love, Kathy
November 29, 2005
I spent my 27 year career at The Arizona Republic. I cannot remember how or when we met, but we did. He made it easy to get to know him. He always had a smile, hello and how’s it going. When he had the time he would always want to know what you were up to. He smiled and laughed and told some stories. He respected everyone.

Here I am sitting in front of my computer trying to express.
(Paul, your not giving me any help here)
He’s looking down at laughing at my frustration.

I am sad.

My prayers are for Paul and his family.

Mark McCarthy
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