IN MEMORY

Philip Paul Cahill

Philip Paul Cahill



 
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20/10/16 04:13 PM #1    

George Riordan

​Paul always presented a straightforward and happy countenance, with a ready wit - the kind of fellow that you always wanted to be around.  A superb eample of a salt-of-the-earth guy. 


18/05/17 11:18 AM #2    

Jeff Fitzgerald

I visited Paul a month before he passed.  He spent his time doing things for others including a 25 year volunteer effort for the emergency responder team in and around South Bend Indiana.  We were best friends from the day we met, after swimmming practice in 10th grade, he had just moved from suburban Chicago.  We had parrallel lives including within a month, his daughter Emily's birth and my son Corey's birth.  We stayed in touch throughout the years and had many good times after I moved to South Bend in 1976.  When I moved to NC, we spoke often and visited when I was in the area.  Loved Paul like a brother.   


23/08/17 10:44 PM #3    

George Riordan

Paul is in here, somewhere - the Notre Dame marching band, performing in Spartan Stadium, 1968.   


24/08/17 04:59 PM #4    

Charles Tyron Gorman

george and 'fitz'-

george, of course i was in there too...as a spartan loyalist, with absolutely no idea that a former maple donned the irish colors to serve in their marching band...'fitz', you called to talk to me about paul when i was visiting molly laula that summer in santa barbara...it was such a terrific conversation for me because i didn't know paul all that well. little besides friendly greetings...george, ya' re right on with your discription...thanks both for your insights...obviously, i missed out on a great guy...

chipster


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