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Paul Quigley

Gainesville, Florida

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QUIGLEY, PAUL D.Paul D. Quigley, age 79, passed away at home surrounded by family on December 26, 2007. He was born in Prattsburg, NY on January 16, 1928. In 1973, Paul moved his family to Gainesville, FL and also lived in Bronson and Newberry, FL. Paul was a member of the Moose Lodge in...

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Valerie & Family,

I would like to give you my deepest sympathy in the time of your loss for both your Father and Mother. They were and still are very good people. I have known them for a very long time. I again give you my longing and sympathy i hope you and your family will get through this rough time.

I would like to pay my respects and tell you how very sorry i am about your loss of Paul and Elanore. They were and still are very good people. i have known them for a very long time. I hope everything goes ok for the rest of the family. I wish you all the best of luck and my sympathy.
Your Cousins

Stefanie McMillian (Grand-Daughter)
Brett McMillian (Grand-Son in law)
Brayden (Great Grand-Son)

Valerie, Gary and families...I am so sorry for your loss and my family extends our deepest sympathies for the loss of, as my father offered, "truly good people". He reminisced with me about being a boy and your Dad carrying him on his shoulders for ice cream treats when he would visit the family in Prattsburg. I hope for you all wonderful memories to keep with you all of your days.

Dad today would have been your 80th birthday. I said a prayer for you this morning and wished you that Happy Birthday like I will for many more years to come. All is not forgotten I just know that you are with the rest of our family. See you one day. Love your dauther

Dear Valerie & Family,
We are so sorry to hear of yet another BIG loss for you. You are in our thoughts and prayers and remember you have your precious memories--and no one can take that from you!

Love,

Paul, thank you for all the words of encouragment in the past!! I know the last year has been difficult in so many ways, but you are with Elanore, Mom and Dad! Some day we will all be together, ready or not. Love you, and lots of hugs to all...I miss all of you.
Debra

Dad I just want to say that I miss you so much but I know you missed mom so please give her a big hug from all of us and please remember I love you and you both will be in my heart forever and one day I will see you again. Much love to you both. Your favorite daughter