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July 29, 2014
Thank you all for your kind, warm messages. They truly help to make his passing a bit easier. We will miss him always, but know that he is in a better and happier place now.
July 24, 2014
Linda, Paula and Sandy,
So sorry to hear about your Dad. What a great guy he was, you must be very proud of him. He took me and my family under his wing in 1963/4 as a young postdoc from Durham UK. He guided our chemistry research and his humour together with the experience he gave us of Florida living will never be forgotten . Whether on the golf course, at the lake or with your Mum and family and of course in the lab.
May he rest in peace.
Our best wishes to you all,
Anne and Jim Heyes.
July 21, 2014
To each of you my deepest sympathy. Paul was a delight to know but more fun to hear about the tales of his growing up with my husband, Jimmy Tarrant, Emmette and George. And the even funnier stories he told us when he and Marian came through Oak Ridge. The tales about their grandmother, Nan, were ones that our family talked about for years. We knew Viola but didn't get to see her much before she passed away. I know she was a wonderful person to have raised such beautiful young ladies. May God bless you and keep you. And let us hear from you.
July 19, 2014
My father, Jimmy Tarrant, was Paul's cousin (my dad's father was Paul's mother were siblings). Daddy always had the highest regard for Dr. Paul, both as a person and as a scientist. I will remember his many contributions to science and to our families.

James R. Tarrant III
July 19, 2014
Linda, Paula, and Sandy,

Just found the news this morning and wanted to share some warm memories. Paul, and company recently visited with my mother, Inice, of which she still speaks fondly. I missed that visit, but do recall a wonderful evening some thirty years ago, spent with my Dad (Jimmy Tarrant), Mom, Paul, Marian, and myself. Paul and Marian stopped in Oak Ridge during one of their many treks. Barbeque was the entree that night. Upon discovering this restaurant hadn't any buttermilk, the choice was obvious...martinis. The discussion shifted from the lack of buttermilk-to chemistry. I was obviousy silent during this portion of dinner. I exchanged a few emails with Paul in recent years, but unfortunately failed to hold on to that connection. What a wonderful, enduring, and rewarding life. Please know my...our...the Tarrant's thoughts are with each of you.

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