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June 24, 2017

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April 17, 2013
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.
November 12, 2012
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.
November 10, 2012
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.
November 10, 2012
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.
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