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April 19, 2018

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March 29, 2011
My family and I are sorry to hear about the loss of your father and grandfather. Your memories of Paul will help you heal. He is in God's memory and Paul will hear his voice and wake up to a new world where he will be able to healthy and young once again. Job 33:25
March 29, 2011
Paul, the little i heard about you told me so much. Selfless and enchanting you sound when you made this pronouncement, "The Internet is really the work of a thousand people".Little the world have had of your kind. You inspire we young folks to strive for excellence even when turned down. May your soul rest in perfect peace
March 28, 2011
My deepest sympathy to Mr. Baran's family, know that his message blocks are something which have definitely helped the world and I am so glad that he got a chance to see his idea aid as the Arpanet (now Internet) began May Mr. Baran RIP what he developed will continue to assist in the enrichment of lives around the world.
March 28, 2011
I was a young software engineer at StratCom and remember above all Paul's gentleness. Generous with his time, he was a truly humble leader. He was genuinely concerned that employees develop themselves and certainly seemed more concerned about that than his equity. I will always remember him fondly.