Paul Harris

Date: Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Time: 11:00am

Location: Waters Chapel

Cemetery:

INTERMENT WILL BE PRIVATE. FOLLOWING THE SERVICE AT STAR OF DAVID, FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL RETURN TO THE HARRIS RESIDENCE AT 3 BLUFF ROAD IN NISSEQUOGUE. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS THROUGH 9PM ON WEDNESDAY, THEN ON THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY FROM 1-4PM AND 7-9PM

Please omit flowers. Contributions in memory of Paul Harris may be sent to THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION AT WWW.DIABETES.ORG

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  1. I am thankful for having had the opportunity working for Paul. He was unique in every way.Lots of good stories , very knowledgeably in History , great sense of humor- lots of heart – and just very smart. He thought me so much about the textile industry and made work fun. Crestmont Fabrics was his effort and life time work and we will continue to carry on what Paul started .

  2. Paul was a wonderful friend and colleague. I was always touched by his integrity and generosity. Paul saw the “Big Picture” and he conducted his relationships and business that way. A brilliant textile talent, he also disarmed us with is wit, sense of humor and story telling gifts. I’ll miss our 45 minute conversations which rivaled any nightclub stand up routine. Most of all, I’ll miss his special spirit and magnificent essence.

  3. Paul was a happy man. Laughing and smiling. So proud of his family. And you could feel the love between Paul and Judi. So sorry for your loss.

  4. I consider myself fortunate to have known Paul for almost 30 years. He was always entertaining and upbeat and how I enjoyed his stories. It was always a treat to hear him sing. He was a true mensch and great friend and will be missed by many.. The world lost a good soul…

  5. I have known Paul for most of my 40 year tenure with Kasmir. It would bring a smile to my face when he came through the door. Paul always had a laugh, a joke, a smile for everyone – i don’t think he ever met a stranger. I remember my second trip to NY we had seen him earlier in the day. Later, rushing through the busy streets, i heard someone start singing the song “Donna” – I was floored! It was Paul, right in the middle of the busy walkway – singing his heart out!! He had such a large personality (and wonderful voice) & a quick wit..but that did not take away from his amazing knowledge of the industry. He was well versed in the field & always willing to lend advice. Through the years I heard him talk fondly & warmly of his family and all the folks who worked for him. Each person respected him & enjoyed being part of his work family…you only have to glance at the tenure of those folks to see that. Oh how i will miss him…he was such a joy. God bless his family & friends.

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