Condolence: To Joanne and family, Susan, Sandra and Cathi,
Such a shock to hear of Paul's sudden passing. I have loved Paul dearly since the day he was born and although we were cousins, to me he was my "brother". Our families grew up very close and I have many very fond memories of fun and laughter and over the years we always kept in touch no matter how many miles were between us. Hugs to you all and God bless.
Condolence: I was saddened to hear of Paul's passing. Back in 1972, Paul hired me to cover Parliament. I was green as grass. The infectious smile, the hearty laugh, that constant quest to improve - to do better. The lessons he taught me have stayed with me ever since. Rest well old friend. Duff
Condolence: Dear Joanne, and all members of Paul's Family, we were very saddened to learn of Paul's sudden passing. Paul has been a Member of Smiths Falls & District Hand Gun Club Inc., for many years, he held the position of Vice Pres. for the past 8 years. He was a very calm and steadying person to have by your side. On behalf of all Members, we extend our Condolences to you all. Hold your memories close to your hearts.
Rest in Peace Paul
Condolence: Paul Sr. was an early proponent of the fledgling tourism industry in the National Capital Region and a stalwart supporter of the hospitality industry, giving much of his time and energy to promote and mature both during his active tenure at Intertask.
We have lost an icon in the Ottawa business events community: he will be missed by many including my colleagues at Intertask, especially Leeanne and Paul.
Condolence: Very sorry for your loss. My condolences to the entire family. Paul was a wonderful man who taught us all so much! He really did have a great sense of humour. It's been 23 years since I worked with him, but I will always remember his "mantras" and the pleasure of making him laugh. May he rest in peace..