Paul-Alwine-Obituary

Colonel Paul R. Alwine (USAF, Ret.)

Sebring, Florida

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Mary Jo & I are sorry to hear Paul has 'Flown West'. It has been 40 years since we spend time together in the Air Force and those happy memories will always be remembered. Col. Paul Friedrich (USAF, Ret.)

I am simply a new penpal of Cecilia's. She told me of Paul, I just happened to look him up online. What a wonderful rememberance.

Dear Cecilia, Butch and Sue,

One of my first memories of my brother Bud was when he and our Dad were building a chicken house from box car siding gotten from the PRR yard at Lucknow. I also remember the bright yellow Ford feed truck that he sometimes drove home. A highlight of my young life (age 11) was my first solo Greyhound bus trip from Harrisburg, PA to Binghamton, NY (with a bus change in Scranton) to visit Bud and you.

It was always a thrill to see and...

Dear Cecilia,
We lived in Desota Park for a short time. We became friends and neighbors with you & Paul. He was a gentleman and very nice to talk to. He would come by our home on his three wheel bike. If I was out he would always stop and talk to me. And some day up yonder we will talk again.
Cindy and I are very close friends with his sister Dottie. A very wonderful person also.
Fondly,
Cindy & Allan Snyder

Dear Ceil,
Thanks for giving this method of joining your frineds and family in honoring Paul. You both were such good friends to us. It does not seem to be 30 years ago when you were an active part of our lives here in Northern Virginia. But it is.
We met when we were living in the Londontowne development in Centreville and joining in community activies thru work with the Lions Club. After a few years Paul took Bob around to locate a home in McLean, you babysat for Mary...

Sue, Sorry to hear about your Dad.

I'll miss you Uncle Bud, thanks for being a great godfather as well as a great uncle.

Suzanne:
Our prayers are with you and your family. You always talked of your visits with your folks and how much you enjoyed them. I know you will miss your Dad. Take comfort in your friends and in knowing he is in a better place.
Love,
Angie

Sue,
I will always remember the steak and eggs breakfasts at your home during our college days. Your dad was a great cook and a gracious host. I am sorry to hear of his passing. You have my sincere sympathy. Judy

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