- 77 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 28, 1938
- Date of passing: Jun 10, 2016
|Let the memory of Paul be with us forever|
"Today is your birthday Bro and the first time I can remember not sending you birthday wishes and/or calling you to wish you a Happy Birthday. Wish we could have been together today to celebrate, hit that little white ball and toasted to your birthday. Miss ya and love you Bro, hit them long and straight on Heaven's fairways.
"Uncle Paul -
I am lucky to have called you my uncle and you will so be missed. I am blessed to have so many fun memories with you, and thank you for all you did for my as someone I looked up to and cared for deeply. I will treasure my memories with you - whether one of our family events during the holidays, to a soccer game you came to of mine as a youth, playing golf or going to a Chiefs game with you and my dad.
Thank you for all you did and gave for your family, friends and country. I love you and will look forward to celebrating your life with family in a few weeks.
You will be missed. May you rest in peace, free of all pain and anguish."
"I met Paul when I was a nursing student at San Jose State College. Paul was attending Santa Clara University. He was tall, dark, & handsome. But, that's not what drew me to him. It was his wonderful sense of humor. He made me laugh & brightened my day. We fell in love, as young people do, married & had four beautiful children; Paul Jr., Mark, Theresa, & David. We had good times & not so good times, & our union was not to last. I will always be thankful to Paul for our wonderful children. I will always remember him for his sense of humor. And, I will always remember those good years we had together. God's blessings on us all."
"Paul, as a kid I loved to watch you play basketball and baseball at Brophy, as I got older I admired and thanked you for your service in the Army, and as an adult I knew how much you loved your kids and grandkids. I'll miss our golf games on your trips to the Valley, and remember our last game together last Spring. Love and miss you Bro!"
"Paul Brohan Redlich, born June 28, 1938 in Brooklyn NY to parents Harold Conrad Redlich & Margaret (Brohan) Redlich, went to be with the Lord on June 10, 2016. Paul was brother to Steven and Peter Redlich and father to four children: Paul Jr. (deceased), Mark (Charlotte NC), David (Redding CA) and Theresa Hall (Redding CA). Paul graduated from Santa Clara University and had a long, distinguished military career before working as a professional recruiter and in human resource development. His later years were devoted to assisting children and people in need through faith based organizations. The St. Bonaventure Indian School and Mission in Thoreau, New Mexico meant a lot to him. Paul was the Secretary of the board of Trustees. Paul considered his children and grandchildren his greatest accomplishment in life. His advice was to love God, family and country. Memorial services will be held on July 1, 2016 at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery in Igo, CA."
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