How do you say good-bye to someone who was instrumental in setting your life on the course you've taken? What do you say when virtually everyone you know is hurting just as much as you are, and all it takes is looking at each other for the tears to fall once again? Paul passed away yesterday afternoon. His death made the local news on all four channels...he was that kind of guy, and that important to local theatre and the community. More professionals in the entertainment industry learned from him than any one other person in this part of the state, some of us becoming nationally or internationally known, and some of us winning major awards for our work. But he was also a friend, a mentor, and a stand-in dad if you needed one, more than willing to set you firmly (and often not very gently) on the correct path if he felt you were doing something wrong, but also more than willing to give you a hug or a shoulder to lean on if the path you were on became too much. To say he is missed is a gross understatement. To say he is loved is as well. But in his last conversation with his family, he told them after the amazing things he's done, the interesting places he's been, and the wonderful people he's met, he has no regrets. And so must we all.
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