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FELDMAN--Robert Paul, of Nashville, TN died May 29 at age 74. He is survived by his four children, Alexandra Redwine, Kyle Feldman, Jeremy Feldman and Elizabeth Feldman, as well as his three grandsons, his brother William, and his dear friend Patsey Carney Reed. Born and raised in New York City, a graduate of Brooklyn Friends School, Yale College and Yale Law School, Bob devoted his life to the service of not-for-profit organizations and charitable institutions. He touched countless lives throughout the years. His towering presence, insightful wit and irresistible charm will never be forgotten. Funeral services will be held at St. Augustine's Chapel, 200 24th Avenue South in Nashville, on Wednesday, June 5th at 3pm. A reception with the family will immediately follow the service at the University Club of Nashville. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Bob Feldman Memorial Fund c/o St. Augustine's Chapel, Box 6330 B, Nashville, TN 37235.

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Published in New York Times on Jun. 2, 2013.
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June 4, 2013
Dear Friend: We have known each other since before our children were born, living across the walkway in Dreamy Hollow, we commuted to NY together from the East Norwalk train station, together we celebrated the births of our children, we laughed, and we cried together. We shared our secrets. You helped me through the most difficult times. Our children played together and we shared wonderful memories in Connecticut, New York, Philadelphia, and England. We always knew that we could talk to each other even if we hadn't talked for a year. I shall miss you dearly. Till we meet again, Good Friend. (With love from Cyndy, Debbie, Kenze, John and Garrett)
Cynthia Exner
June 3, 2013
Bob was a tremendously important friend and colleague for nearly 40 years. We first shared office space at a whacky ex-offender service organization on Madison Avenue with clients stumbling in from Rikers Island, Green Haven, and Attica. There were many laughs, but some unexpectedly positive outcomes--some celebrated at the nearby refuge of the Yale Club. Later more academically focused joint work environments included Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and Boston University. I shall truly miss his sardonic wit, knowledge of fun "watering holes", concern for New York's pro teams and the City in general. Most importantly, he was a real "pal" to me, my family, and a cadre of friends--professionally and personally. He was indeed a singular fellow. In recent years, he reveled in describing the achievements and burgeoning careers of his children. I shall miss him deeply.
Barbara Taylor
June 2, 2013
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