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December 24, 2014
Omar Lomar. I knew him when he was young, college, in Kenosha, among schools of would-be writers. He had a big heart and a consuming need to write stories about people who, at least for the brief time of a publication date, mattered, before falling back into the scenery of everyone's lives.

Paul had a kind of off-kilter approach toward life, headlong all the time; his roundish body somehow had more gravity than the people around him and easily drew others toward him. He reached out and always had something to say. He wasn't afraid. I liked him a lot. Everybody did. That was his gravity
June 3, 2014
Paul got his grit from Gen Turk. She was an intrepid bulldog of a woman with stacks of books and artwork throughout her window filled house. Coffee in the thermos, cigarettes going, politics in the air, or the usual Kenosha gossip. If you were afraid of something you didn't let her know for she would make you do it. Thus, his journalistic skills. Prying into another mind for the soul's answers was his specialty. Stern but giving, she pushed Paul in right direction. After she died he stood in front of his house with a tear in his eye and said, “No need to come back now, Lainey, you have to come to Florida to see me.” So here's to both of them on the infinite. - Lainey
June 2, 2014
Although we did not know Paul, we know his son Nick as he is our daughters boyfriend. He must have been a great guy for he sure has a wonderful son. We are so sorry for the loss of Paul and the sadness it has brought so many people especially his son. We will miss never getting to meet Paul and hearing all his amazing stories. Hopefully we will get to hear some through his son. God bless to all!
June 2, 2014
Hard to imagine Paul sporting wings with a cigarette & cup of joe giving us a nod in the right direction.He's finally got his interview with Hemingway & watching the Cubs with Harry.Look over us dear ol friend for we are the spare change left behind[Suzy P.],but Nick is your legacy and that's your reward
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