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September 20, 2018

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January 18, 2018
The Imbriani family shares their condolences on the passing of Paul. We wish your family all the best and our thoughts and prayers are with you. Michael Imbriani, my father, worked with Paul and enjoyed his leadership and fellowship. Sincerely, Michael Imbriani III

Michael Imbriani, Hartsdale
January 16, 2018
I remember Paul as a wonderful man. Always happy to engage with others. A pleasure to have known Paul even if it was for a short time.
January 12, 2018
Paul was a good and generous friend. A person who was always immaculately dressed with a ready smile,welcoming handshake and a warm heart. He always found time to talk on a wide range of topics and was well versed in all of them. We will miss our dear friend. Love Marco & Edie
January 12, 2018
Paul was the finest of men, one of the very best I've ever known. A Man for All Seasons. He lived at the level of Ed Deming and Norm Borlaug. I miss Paul so much, and will into the future.