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December 20, 2014

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February 16, 2013
Paul, Mike & Families,
Words cannot express the sadness we feel for your loss. Hold him close to your hearts.Love & Prayers
February 12, 2013
To the Fisher Family,
We had many great times as kids growing up in the neighborhood. We played many softball games in what was once a flat field in front of his house on Green Street hitting home runs that landed on the neighbor's cars. I last saw him in 1996.
Our deepest sympathy. Paul was a great person and fun to be with. May he rest in peace.
February 12, 2013

MIke Paul and Family
Paul was a friend and good BB player who I spent lots of time with on Mulenberg playground.
He had a nickname "crutch". Playing baseball he slide into home plate and broke his leg. With cast on his right leg and a crutch for support he continued to play basketball(Paul was a lefty). Thus the name "crutch". I last saw Paul ,perhaps 16 years ago when he stopped in to see me in Muncy,PA. I live on Washington St and Paul on Green St. May God Bless.
Fran Demko, Middletown, VA
February 11, 2013
My deepest sympathy is with you. The world is a little less joyful without Paul. He could always light up a room and put a smile on every ones face. We were so fortunate to have him in our family, and we will always enjoy all the fine memories he gave us. He will be missed. Mary Lou Crane
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