23 July 2018
Love you, Paulie.
P.S. I have bipolar as well.
7 September 2017
I miss you every day, Paul. You’d be so proud of your kids. They’re absolutely splendid.
6 September 2016
Miss you, Paul. Love you forever.
11 November 2015
I love you, Paul and I miss you every day
23 November, 2012
O, Paul, I miss you so much. I’ve been falling apart for so long. I know that if you were here, you would understand and we could help each other. I’ve been wearing your ring on a chain around my neck since January 2005. I love you. I’d love to get another message from you. Whenever you want. I love you. I love you so much. Lise
28 November, 2008
Happy Birthday, Mini
I miss you endlessly and I love you
04 September, 2006
It’s not the 6th yet, but you left us on Labour Day. It’ll always be Labour Day. Much harder on the second anniversary than on the first. My love to you and to Bernard. Always, Lisa
28 November, 2005
Thinking of you on your birthday, Paul, missing you more and more
11 November, 2005
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep*
I will never break faith with you, my brother
Sleep like a baby
“John Kibbee” (email@example.com)
17 September, 2005
We miss you Paul. Donna called you Pip. We shared a love of Blue Grass and the Blues music. You entertained us with your guitar and harmonica. We still have a tape of that song you recorded at our place. All the ladies of the family loved dancing with you. We enjoyed your sense of humor and often talk about the fun times we had. Your uniqueness has been passed on to your children, Maxine & Simon. Your spirit lives on in our hearts. Love, Aunt Donna & John Kibbee.
09 September, 2005
If you are able, save a place inside of you and save one backward glance when you are leaving for the places they can no longer go. Be not ashamed to say you loved them, though you may or may not have always. Take what they have left and what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own. And in that time when men decide and feel safe to call war insane, take one moment to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind.
Major Michael Davis O’Donnell
~laying flowers at your grave with gentle tears~
Paul, I love you
20 June, 2005
In memory of Paul, from his Mom. Eight months after his tragic death in Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, September 6, 2004, two months before his forty-fourth birthday. O, to hug you, to tell you how we love you, we appreciate the uniqueness of you, we need you. Alas! We will be missing you forever.
19 April, 2005
Please leave my thoughts for Paul and his family, especially his sister, Lisa.
Ann Patricia Steckel
17 April, 2005
with love from Lisa