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April-22-18
Such a brilliant and gentle soul - you will be missed my friend
January-27-18
I considered you a mentor but more a friend - I learned so much from you and always enjoyed your quiet gentle humor and the way you dealt with others showed me a way to collaborate with people. Thank-you for coming into my life and God Bless You, your family and friends- You are loved! Jim Salestrom (John Denver- Dolly Parton -singer/song writer on Keystone- Kicking Horse-Homestead Va.-Mt Tremblant-Winter Park-Aspen Highlands
January-26-18
Paul's recent passing leaves a legacy of wonderful memories for me. Over the years I was privileged to work with Paul on nearly 50 projects, helping clients turn raw ideas into creative stories that inspired them to be better than they ever dreamed they could be. I will dearly miss my colleague and friend.
January-17-18
Paul told the story of Mammoth like no one before him was able to do. His talent and the soft force of his quietly electric personality will be missed by all of us who had the pleasure to know Paul and work with him.
January-15-18
Albert Einstein said "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.". Paul, your imagination knew no bounds and benefitted so many of your clients and especially those who had the privilege of working with you and, for me, becoming a kind friend. Cheryl and family I am so sad for your great loss. We, his colleagues and friends, will never forget him.
January-15-18
Paul and family,
My deepest condolences, " way too soon " the world lost a great man and true friend"
We will see you soon my friend, Sam
January-15-18
Paul was a creative genius, he made good things great, great things fantastic. I would ask him, can you 'smith this for me', he would then take my clumsy memo and turn it into a story. A gift indeed. I so enjoyed all the things I did with Paul, considered him a true friend, miss him immensely, and will cherish the memories forever.
January-13-18
I will miss. You were not just my Dad you were my friend too.
January-13-18
Paul's amazing ability to listen to vague ideas and concepts and succinctly summarize days of works into a couple paragraphs or even one sentence was such a gift. His gentle soul and the excitement in his eyes when we would dream up big ideas will always be remembered by me. We send all our condolences to the Smith family and his many close friends.
January-13-18
Such a wonderful, peaceful presence of my childhood. Lots of love to all of you.

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