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KAPLAN, Paul Samuel At the age of 59 died peacefully surrounded by his loving family at Beth Israel Hospital on May 1, 2013. Born in Boston, MA Paul was the loving father of Tina Kaplan Gibbons, Tracy Kaplan, Paul Kaplan Jr. & Rachel Kaplan all of Dorchester as well as Nicole Kaplan of Long Beach, NY. Beloved friend of Henry Lau of Dorchester. Paul was the devoted and loving Grandfather of Anthony Kaplan Juarez and Aiden Gibbons from Dorchester. Paul was the loving son of Lorraine Kaplan of Quincy, MA and the late Alvin Kaplan. He was the loving Brother of Wendy Kaplan Whalen of Quincy, Rhonda Linscott of Weymouth, Tracy Kaplan of Quincy, Lorraine Miner of Quincy, and David Kaplan of Quincy. He was also the loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Paul served his country in the United States Army and was the recipient of the National Defense Service Medal. Paul worked at the Boston Globe for over 30 years until he became ill. Paul was an avid Fan of the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. He enjoyed the challenge of his Sudoku and Crossword puzzles and was recognized numerous times on his skill level. However the greatest enjoyment in Paul's Life was spending time with all of his loving family. Paul will be missed by many as he touched so many lives. May Paul rest in peace and watch over all of us. A Memorial Service will be held in the Deware Funeral Home 576 Hancock Street WOLLASTON. on Friday May 10th at 7:00 p.m. Visitation will be held prior to the service from 6-7 p.m. Relatives and friend are invited. In lieu of flowers please consider donating in Paul's memory to help the fight against liver cancer at: http://go.liverfoundation.org/goto/tinagibbons. For online condolences or directions, please visit www.dewarefuneralhome.com Deware Funeral Home Quincy, Massachusetts 617-472-1137

Published in The Boston Globe from May 5 to May 8, 2013
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