My deepest condolences to the Weiss family. I remember Paul as fun loving laid back Dad. Paul, thanks for driving me to back and forth to your house to play with Clare and for taking me out on the water in your boat. Clare and Mark, I am sending you love and prayers.
Memorial Day 2013 we remember Paul. A heroic veteran who served his country and fellow countrymen with love, compassion, honor and humility! Paul was a wonderful friend whose memory will forever be apart of me!
I am so sorry that we have just learned about Paul. He was a very dear friend whom I have never ever forgotten since the days I lived in Washington D.C. One of the nicest persons I have ever known, my frequent reflections on the many wonderful times we shared together back then have always stayed with me as a comfort over the many passing years that have come between us, and will continue to do so. A very special person to me, whose memory I will alway cherish and keep enternal in my prayers and thoughts.
I only just now learned of Paul's passing. I remember with fondness how much my children enjoyed their times with Paul's children at his place on Chesapeake Bay. My thoughts and prayers include Claire and Mark at this difficult time.
Your candle will always shine.
I wish to extend to you and to members of your family my deepest sympathy on your loss. May the Lord's loving promises comfort you and give you strength as you walk through this difficult time. On behalf of a grateful nation as an expression of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one. (If you wish a personalized memorial card mailed to you with history of playing of taps, 21 gun salute, meaning of each fold of the flag as a keepsake, mail to: Chaplain Richard Reuer, Honoring Those Who Served Ministry, 1206 6th St SW, Minot, ND 58701.
Paul was a wonderful uncle and friend. I miss him very much and know he is in a happy place. My thoughts go out to Roxanne, Kerry & Michele, Clare, Mark and family. Love your niece, Courtney
have known Paul since grade school and he has always been a genuinely nice person. He was nice to everyone at all times. It was so nice to see him at our 50th class reunion in August. He spoke so highly of his children and his love for them and of their trip to Africa. Also of his trip with Roxanne to Monaco. May you always keep those memories in your heart.
Paul was one of the most genuine and professional public servants I had the privilige to work with during my 30 year Federal career. He was a role model to many and an outstanding leader in an arena comprised of outstanding professionals. Thanks for everything, Paul!
Friend, colleague and all around prince of a human being. He was a candle in the dark, and I will miss his warmth and decency.
I will miss Paul and his smile and laughter. May your memories bring you comfort in this time of sadness. He will be in my prayers.