Paul we will miss you. We enjoyed your creativity, humour, discussions, love of good food (especially coconut cream pie), movies and jokes. Above all we treasured your love of family, the pride in your professional accomplishments and the countless ways you reached out and touched our hearts. We will remember you with deep affection.
Frances, Alan and Sarah Flint
I am so sorry for your loss
We first met Paul and Chris in 1984 when we were taking the Jewish Information course together. We became friends then and have remained friends since.
We and our girls have many happy memories of celebrating the holidays together, of the Halpern girls taking charge of ours, of years and years of bringing the fruit platter and extra chairs, of children growing up, getting married and having their own children.
Paul was a very special, intelligent, genial, inquisitive, provocative and loyal friend.
We will all miss him dearly.
Our deepest sympathy to Chris, Samantha, Rachel and their families on this sad loss.
Matthew and I were saddened to learn of Paul's passing. He was a remarkable man and the memories we have spending time with you both at Kathleen and Jim's holiday celebrations will remain with us forever.
Risa Prenick and Matthew Bernstein
I was very sad to hear of Paul's passing after a long battle with cancer. I'm a close friend of Marilyn and Paul Shepherd and have know him since about 1962. Our paths have crossed many times during the subsequent years at celebrations and training groups. He was one of a kind and won't soon be forgotten. My deepest condolences to Chris and all the family.
Ruth Zaryski Jackson and David Jackson