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February 17, 2013
Pauly, its hard not smile when I think of you. You're the person who first called me Nate, and it stuck. (Now every time someone calls me that, I think of you) Im so grateful, you came into my life, because through you I met one of my best friends, Maeva. You were like family to me, and the girls and I miss you very much. We are so fortunate to have you're two beautiful daughters and wife in our lives, and I promise to be there for them as best as I can. 'Til we meet again P-unit... Rest In Peace.
February 17, 2013
2.14.13

Love is in the air, the love for my nephew Pauly, that is. He's brought the whole community and his entire family to tears with his passing. Mostly now we're remembering the funny, crazy stories and memories we share about his fantastic life.
Pauly was a man of the people. Some people call it charismatic , charming, but those are mere adjectives for salesmen and hucksters. Pauly "loved" connecting with people. It was a gift. When he talked to you, he noticed you. It felt like you were the only one in the room, special like, because here was someone who genuinely cared about connecting with you. The outpouring of love from loyal friends and even aquaintances attests to that.
Sometimes the attention he got from it bordered on adulation, and he LOVED it! He was human. He played big, worked hard, and his love and acceptance of others knew no bounds. He reached the depths of human frailty and regret, only to rise to the heights of his potential with the discipline, focus and grace of an athlete. My only hope is, that in his short lifetime, he will have inspired all of us to do as much.
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