To the Paul Ardnt Family:
A classmate from the Scott High School, Class of 1957 told me the sad news that Paul had passed away.
Please accept my sincere sympathy and condolences for your loss.
I remember Paul as kind and respectful to everyone.
The Arndt Family
Best wishes and fondest memorizes from all The Mongahan's, neighbors from back in Old Orchard days. Yes the flower's always great.
Paul and I played for the Rocket tennis team. He and Chad Brown paired for doubles. Paul's locker was next to mine in the old UT gym. Paul was so upbeat he could raise the morale of our team. I moved away from Toledo but would often think of him over the years. I miss him.
My deepest condolences to Paul's family.
I knew Paul when we both were undergraduate students at the University of Toledo. Since we both had very close sounding first and last names, we mutually greeted one another in the U.T. hallways using our full names. Strangers would look on in bafflement when one would say to the other, "How've you been Paul Arndt" while the other responded with, "Really good Paul Arendt". I lost touch with him over the years but still remember his beaming face from those days.
The class of 1957 of Scott will truly miss him. My condolence to the family
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Arndt Family, My deepest condolences to you on the loss of Paul,You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Paul was my manager at Maritz when they opened the telephone center, he was a great boss and mentor. I will always remember him as a fun person and also a patient and intuitive business man and business partner.
Paul and I had adjoining Toledo Blade paper routes and met every day for several years on the sidewalk next to Waidelich Pharmacy where we folded our papers and talked endlessly. He was a good and faithful friend. Knowing him was a special blessing.
A gentleman and sincerely nice guy. My condolences to his family.
I caught Molly and Uncle Paul's wedding bouquet at the age of 6, my first wedding ever. Twenty plus years later, Uncle Paul came to my wedding. He always put family first, making him a very special uncle to me.
Molly, Greg, and Todd, I am with you in spirit, remembering fondly, a wonderful man.
I treasure the many memories of my Uncle - all the love and kindness throughout the years. I will miss him. All my love to Molly and my cousins. Susan Lundblad (Arndt)
My condolences to all of Paul's family. He was very special to his h.s. class at Scott; friendly, intelligent, and kind. We will miss him.
Paul and I met when we were both members of the DTC group that met for Monday luncheons at the Toledo Club. Paul told me sometimes people would mistake his last name and think he was related to Dick Ahrendt, Devilbiss High School, 47', Princeton University, 51'. Paul had such an engaging manner, so direct, interested in the other person while talking and communicating. He made a good impression upon me and although I did not know Paul well, he is the kind of person you knew, you just knew radiated all "class". God bless, Paul.
As a kid I always thought of Uncle Paul as more of a big brother than an uncle. Throughout his life he made an effort to stay in touch with his many nieces and nephews. So many sweet memories of this gentle man.
Linda Schepman Walker
Todd, very sorry to hear of the loss of your father. You will be in our prayers.
Paul was a kind and easy going man to work with. He will always hold a special place in my heart. I remember he called one day while I was at The Reception Desk and he was happy that I remembered his voice. We spoke for a few minutes.My sympathies.
Thank you for everything dad. You were a terrific father
It is so hard to lose your baby brother, Lois recalls. When I was dating Bob, Paul would always want to join us on our dates. He was around 8 yrs. old at that time. I remembered one Christmas, I took Paul to see Santa (he was very young). Somehow, he got lost, but he was smart enough to stop and ask a policeman for help.