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August 16, 2018

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November 9, 2017
Paul was one of the nicest men I've known; he always greeted me with a big smile and the question: "Have you hugged your Paul today?" RIP... you are missed!
November 6, 2017
Much love to you Cliff, we will hold your hand and walk with you through this difficult time.
Love you, Cuttie
November 5, 2017
Paul lived across the street from me on Park Avenue when I was a kid...spent many a day goofing off in his house. His later father took all the neighbor hood kids fishing in his big red cadillac convertible....must be 50years ago by now. Anyway, RIP Paul and thanks for being my friend way back then.

Jim Warner
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November 5, 2017
I met Paul in 1967, when we were in the same section at Harding Jr. High. He was one of the nicest guys that I ever had the pleasure to know and never had a bad word to say about anyone. In the 70's I use to run into him at various Lebanon taverns while he was making beer sales. He would always buy me a beer and we would sit down and reminisce about our school days. He was one of the "Good Guys". RIP, "Snooks".