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October 11, 2012
So sorry to hear about Paul's passing, we shared some great times playing sports at good old Shelburne High School.

George Sinnott
October 11, 2012
My deepest sympathy to the Danyow family.
I went to high school with Paul and remember him fondly. He was one of Shelburne High School's star athletics.
He was well liked and respected my his school mates and teachers. He accomplished much in life from being a teacher, principal, and a Col. in the National Guard. He was also a very fine family man and a leader in the community. May he rest in peace
Sincerely
Larry Sinnott
October 11, 2012
Dear HelenMary and family,
I was so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. Paul and my husband flew helicopters in the National Guard together. I loved the rescue of the duck story from Lake Champlain they did. I am sure they are flying together again. My thoughts to all of you.
Gail Sawyer
October 10, 2012
To the Danyow family
While Paul is being remembered as a wonderful educator, I want to also insure that he is remembered as the Officer and Gentleman that he was. We met in the early 70's when I first joined the National Guard. Our paths crossed infrequently for 15 years. His reputation was that of a dedicated, honest, fair, and ethical soldier and commander. He ws a mentor and highly respected by the entire National Guard community and everyone who knew him. Vermont was served well. Rest in peace, Colonel.
George Rice
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