S. Paul Pao
- October 23, 1940 - January 12, 2013
- Williamsburg, Virginia
of Paul's Passing
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Uncle Paul and Auntie Juliet are close family friends of ours. I have always considered a blessing to know them, and am deeply grateful for their love, concern and support over these many years to my family, and especially to my mother. I am very sad to hear of Uncle Paul's passing. Having read the other memories, I am very touched to see how much Uncle Paul gave back to the community, and for his many talents. May we also
Posted by: Anna - family friend Jan 29, 2013
Paul and I worked together as AARP Tax counselors at the Williamsburg library. He was a quiet wise man with a sweet sense of humor. He always gave of himself and was kind and patient with all he encountered. He was a gentle man in so many ways. It was truly a pleasure to work with him and share some laughs and smiles.
My prayers go out to him and his family.
Posted by: Carolyn Campbell - Williamsburg, VA - friend Jan 21, 2013
Over the past several years, I worked with Paul as an AARP tax counselor. His smile and demeanor, working with both the clients and his fellow counselors, will be greatly missed!!!!
Posted by: frank tillman Jan 19, 2013
Please know that you and your family are in my prayers, Christine. I am so sorry about your father.
Posted by: Kim Koetz - Peosta, IA - Friend of Christine's Jan 19, 2013
Vijaya and I are saddened at the sudden demise of Paul. I have known Paul for over 20 years and he was one of the most pleasant and friendly persons that I know. His good nature and enthusiasm made him seem ageless. He had a great sense of humor. He always had time for me. It was a privilege and a joy to have known him as a friend. He will always remain in my memory. May God bless you and your family.
Posted by: Jalaiah Unnam - Yorktown, VA - Friend Jan 18, 2013
Dear Juliet, Christine, and Michelle,
I am so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. He was truly a genuine and authentic person, and he will be missed by many. The light he shone on all of us will never be forgotten. I will never forget how he treated my children as his own grandchildren from the moment he met them. And that's also how he accepted Nathan. I will never forget being at the house as a child and him offering
Posted by: Kim Phillips - Newport News, VA - friend Jan 18, 2013
Dear Michelle and family,
I wish I had words to give you comfort but in a time like this there are none. Your memories will give you comfort over the coming days and months. I will always remember your dad's smile, he was always smiling. You could tell the joy he had when he was visiting in Charlotte. He always had his camera with him to capture every moment, that is how much his time spent visiting with you and your
Posted by: Lori Wilson - Charlotte, NC - Family friend Jan 18, 2013
To Juliet and family,
I did not know your husband and father, but my thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn his sudden death. I realize from reading the other memories of Paul that he was truly a well-rounded and successful person who loved his family very much. Losing a family member from sudden death is a devastating burden to deal with, and I pray that with your faith in the Lord that you will all come to feel
Posted by: Ann Manciagli - Williamsburg, VA - friend (from Pilates class) Jan 17, 2013
Juliet, Christine, and Michelle,
Paul was the most pleasant and friendly person that we know. It was a privilege and a joy to have known him as a friend.
Juliet (Christine and Michelle): Treasure your wonderful memories of Paul as your husband (father).
May God bless you and your family.
Agnes and Don Tow
Posted by: Don Tow - Middletown, NJ - Friend Jan 17, 2013
Victor and I are so devastated by the sad news of uncle Paul’s passing.
Auntie Juliet’s family and Victor’s family have been friends for generations from China to Taiwan to US.
Our family got reconnected again when we run into each other in Morse Museum in Orlando, Florida two years ago. It was Uncle Paul’s child-like smile make me spot him right away, even we have not seen each for many years.
Auntie Juliet and Uncle Paul have done so much
Posted by: Reiko Liu - Midlothian, VA - Family Friend Jan 17, 2013