Paul was a very good friend of mine. I will miss him and I will remember everything he has taught me. He is a great character, a caring person.
I want to share one story. During the time I was helping him move out of his Pelham, NH property, I was also in the market for a new bed. Paul gave me his Queen size bed since he knew I needed a bed, and it was to big for him to move. He was a great guy.
Paul was indeed a good man. Several years back, he learned I was working with a couple SLI teams. Paul immediately volunteered to do some things to the benefit of the teams, without being asked, and without compensation.
It wasn't the only time I saw him doing things for others, without being asked, and without asking anything in returned.
Paul will be missed big time in the rocketry community. I was very thankfull I had a chance to talk to him for the last time at LDRS this year. It was hard knowing that I might not see him again, but he was very up beat, as normal with him. I'm planning on flying mostly Skidmarks at Mid West Power this year & dedicating them all to Paul.
I'll miss him, but at least he won't need a waiver to fly what ever he wants now.