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  1. Dear Paul, I am so blessed to have had you touch my life, for over 35 years. You have always been a 4th brother to me, and you have always treated me as your sister. I am going to miss listening to your wonderful stories, and your fabulous jokes. Thank you for being such a wonderful uncle to my Lynnette. Thank you for making my heart smile, and for the wonderful memories we’ve shared through the years. Hugs & Kisses xoxoxox 🙂

  2. My sincere condolences are with your family. Though the loss of a loved one is indeed heart-breaking, please find comfort in God’s word at Revelation 21:4 ‘He will wipe out every tear from [your] eyes and death will be no more’. May the God of comfort console your heart.

  3. Paul, I remember when you were home on leave and would come to visit us. You were so handsome in your uniform, and our whole family would love to hear your stories about life in the Marines. My mom and dad were very proud of you. You used to joke around with me and never made me feel like ‘just a little cousin.’ God bless you now and always with His endless love.

  4. Even though throughout the years we never stayed in contact, Paul has always had a very special place in my life. As a Marine, he was bigger than life, and I remember when he returned home after his service how proud my mom and dad were of him, he would stop by to say hello and no matter how busy dad was, he always took time to sit and talk with Paul. Paul was one of the reasons I became a Navy Corpsman, hearing him tell about the medics assigned to the Marines. Even today in my field of work caring for Vets, when I talk to Marines I am always proud to report that our family too had one of the Few, the proud a Marine. The Marines have a saying that there are no former Marines, once a Marine always a Marine! And they are also proud to claim that it’s the Marines who guard heavens gates. Semper Fi

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