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Paul Samuel Redelheim

Nashville, Tennessee

Jul 6, 1945 – Feb 7, 2018 (Age 72)

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Paul Samuel Redelheim was born July 6, 1945 in Coral Gables, Florida. He was raised andeducated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a proud graduate of Class 220 from CentralHigh School, and received his B.A. and M.Ed from Temple University. He received his Ed.Ddegree from the University of...

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Carol, I am so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. We had continued to pray for him through the years. Our condolences and sympathy to you and Paul's family. Praying for you, Eileen

I can't believe you are no longer here Paul. You are now with your little brother. We will miss you but we will take care of each other. We are a strong family. We will miss your laugh.Love you forever. Fly high! Until we meet again.

Paul's light will shine forever in our hearts. Sending many hugs and alot of love to your family. Love,

Paul was my supervisor at St Thomas and was wonderful to work with. I remember him as a fair and honest person with a great sense of humor. He treated everyone in our office with respect.

For some three years Paul was the supervisor for the Quality Resources Department at St Thomas Hospital. Not only was he our supervisor, but he was our friend. He was always so kind and caring to us all and taught us so much. My prayers are with his family as I know you will miss him greatly. He will always be in our hearts.

From Camp Eden in Hancock, NY - 1956, to 1958 - 60 at Camp Shawnee in the Poconos, we remember Paul so well as such a great kid! We still see his mom, and continue to share our wonderful camp memories with the Redelheim family. Our deepest condolences to his dear family. May his memory be for a blessing to all who knew and loved him.

I have great memories of playing basketball with Paul and his brothers at Camp Shawnee in the Poconos near Stroudsburg, PA, back in the late 1950s and early 1960s. I'll be keeping Paul and his family in my thoughts and prayers.

Paul was like a brother to me, and I will miss him. We always had a great time playing racquetball together.

My love, prayers, and thoughts