Condolence: I love you brother: you are the best big brother that I had .. you're the only big brother I have.. you were the oldest of five of us God bless you 🙏🏻You're a very smart intelligent man you love tinkering with radios iand old things but overall you loved your radios an old TVs anything old.. but you will be missed so very very much Paul 😇 Say hi to mom and dad and tell Robbie that we love him and miss him so very much and hopefully will see each other again on the other side love you forever Paul
Condolence: Mine and our families deepest condolences to the Glatz family. The little I've known of Paul, I'm able to know that will always bring special and great memories to his close family and friends. Paul will surely never be forgotten! From the little I've known and met Paul, he's always had great character and always a mission. Have faith that he has been chosen to continue do so not only with a helping hand, but to make those laugh and keep them company with who are awaiting him!
Condolence: Uncle Paulie:
Rest in Peace my brother. There are very few people in life that you can spend hrs speaking with in one sitting, and uncle Paulie was definitely one of them. Your thorough knowledge of history, electronics, SATCOM, and life experience was fascinating to me. your service to our military, and love of our great country were extremely admirable qualities. I will miss you my brother, and will always hear your voice during my days at work. God bless the Glatz family during this difficult time, and may the Lord bless you with the strength to endure
Condolence: My condolences to the Glatz family. Paul was and will always be a part of the Lightpath family. He and I worked together many a night where he would call me Junior and tell me to put my crayons down so I could do my job right. Paul was quick witted, smart and a pleasure to work with. I remembered the time where a coworker and I spent about an hour on the phone talking to Paul about how he bounced radio signals off the moon and why he heckled the international space station. Lol… God bless Paul! I’m still in shock! He gave me great advice on what to look for when buying a house and how to navigate through the real estate market. He was not only a coworker but I considered him a friend too. God rest your soul Paul and I will take all your advice and memories with me. You were one of a kind!
Condolence: I Knew Paul through my previous employment with Lightpath (cablevision). I worked with Paul often and got to know him for just under 2 years. Even after i left that company we kept in touch and I have to say it hit me hard hearing from one of my ex-colleagues that Paul passed on. I used to call him uncle Pauly and he was a good mentor, colleague, and definitely friend. I give the GLatz family my deepest condolences.
Condolence: It was quite difficult and very upsetting to hear of Paul's passing; such a generous person with his knowledge, and he was a true gentleman, and Samaritan. He will be deeply missed, and we will be praying for Lauretta, Michael, and the entire Glatz family. RIP to a skilled ham radio/electronics expert, & beloved husband, father, and brother. Sending our most heartfelt condolences.