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August 18, 2018

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November 28, 2017
I worked with Paul, for a few years with the Yale Campus Police, starting in 1970. There was a sense of family, not only with fellow Police Officers, but with all other employees & students. Paul had a great subdued sense of humor, and shared our weird sense of humor. He also had the ability of creating a calming effect on everyone he came into contact with.
I'm saddened by his loss, and wish I had known of his passing, so I could have express my feelings personally. I am fortunate to have known & worked with Paul, for he will always be part of my fondest and cherished memories.
November 24, 2017
Condolences, Al Barnett, Retired
November 24, 2017
My deepest sympathy to you all, I just recently lost my own Dad, so I kind of understand your loss, it's difficult at best but if you can hold the good memories in your heart it helps a bit. You can rest easy in the fact that he's in heaven.

Rich McGaffin
November 22, 2017
Uncle Paul, the quiet one always watching and absorbing everything and everyone around him. That still water ran very deep and so funny when you got him going. I will not forget his laugh, so genuine; that typical Weber trait a great laugh. But the most memorable thing was the Uncle Paul look, the tilting of head down and the library lady look with those Elvis Presley eyes. Another great memory that speaks to his character, while working as a Yale cop, he made sure my Albertus Magnus College sisters always made it safely back to the dorms after partying at Yale. I want to think that he patrolled their route back to the dorms as a special favor for me. RIP knowing that you are very loved. Sending much love to Aunt Joan, Paulie, Joe & Julie, and Kate and the beautiful grandchildren.