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The online guestbook for Paul 'PJ' Pomerantz

Posted on January 16, 2010
Posted by: Joan Leopold Glazier
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Now Paul can renew his long-time friendship with my father, and they can continue calling each other "names". What a card game they can have! My deepest sympathy to you, Trudy, and to the girls and their families.


Posted on January 17, 2010
Posted by: Steve Negri
From: Waterford CT

Message: Dear Trudy, I am so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. My memories of him go back to the 60's when I met him through the Personnel Appeals Board. Through the ensuing years we often bantered back and forth in a good natured way I fondly recall those lunches at your home when we filled ourselves with corned beef and pastrami sandwiches. The potato salad was always delicious even though I playfully accused Paul of buying it at Stop and Shop instead of the good stuff at Crown Market.Those were good days when Dan Muirhead and I would choke on the smoke from Paul's and Billy Ciotto's cigars. I have not seen Paul for several years, but I often have memories of those wonderful days. My sincere sympathy to you and your family. Fondly, Steve Negri


Posted on January 17, 2010
Posted by: Anne Teicher
From: Manchester CT.

Message: So sorry about Paul=sending you my sympathy=Paul was a good friend to my cousin Eddie Waltman=Haven't seen Paul in ages but he knew me as Eddie's cousin Annie=Our grandfather Harris Chesky was an original founder of the Emanuel & bought 12 plots there & Eddie is there with the Chesky family=Wishing you brighter days==Anne


Posted on January 18, 2010
Posted by: Joel Salberg
From: Auburn ME

Message: It's been so many years,and I have fond memories of Paul. We were members at Cliffside CC at the same time. I send my deepest condolences to the family. Joel


Posted on January 18, 2010
Posted by: Barbara Wise
From: North Bethesda MD

Message: I am very sad to hear of Uncle Paul's passing. I remember seeing his face in my mother, after all, they were twins! He was kind to me and I will always remember that. I hope that he did not suffer and that he will be at peace. Thinking of all of you and hope that one day soon we will all get together. A big hug to you, Aunt Trudy! Love, Barbara (Barbie)


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