Paul was the best of the best. You could always count on him to do the right thing.
He was talented and smart; he could build and fix anything and he was totally devoted to his wife and three children. He worked on his days off and after work all during the spring and summer of 2001 to expand their home.
He was a loving uncle and godfather -- we miss him so very much but we know he is in a much better place. He always had a big smile and was generous with his time and talents.
He ran into the towers that day, an Emergency Services police officer, and saved thousands of people, never thinking about his own safety.
He loved to have people over for a BBQ and be with his family. He hated to miss anything that was happening in his children's lives. He was just crazy about the new baby -- who was only 2 weeks old on September 11.
We will never forget. We will try to go on and be happy because you would have wanted that. We love you and miss you every day and we will try to make you proud. We will honor you all the rest of our days. You meant the world to us.
Noreen Dieg, sister-in-law