Laurie, Mike and the whole Feldmeth family,
I just learned of PJ's passing and am so sorry. I fondly remember all of the times we spent on the softball fields of Syracuse either playing or watching games! And who could forget certain establishments we visited after the games...the Poorhouse, N&H Taproom...My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. I am sure your mom and dad welcomed PJ with open arms.
Paul will be missed he was a great fellow to work with at Upstate
I worked at Community with Paul. I could call him up and he would run around and do anything for me, worked so hard and he really made my day so many times. We we’re both Met’s and Giants fans, he always asked if I saw the big game and he loved all my team gear. He knew my Dad growing up in the valley and would tell me all the stories. Also being in the men’s club with my husband and father in law. Caring and helping when I was battling cancer. Losing him is so very sad. RIP Paul, Community Hosp, The Valley, The Men’s Club will all miss your smile and friendly personality.
my name is bob Taylor I went to school with him and I played softball with him he was the type of guy how would give his shirt off his back and would help anyone.
So sorry to hear of Paul's passing. Spent a lot of time with him as a kid playing sports and sharing music. Heart felt condolences go out to his loving family.
To be around Paul was to be in the presence of kindness, loyalty, and laughter. He wanted nothing more than for people to get along and be happy together. To experience Paul around his family was pure joy. Mrs. Feldmeth was always so welcoming. She was so intelligent and well-read. I loved listening to her talk about books she was reading. Mr. Feldmeth always encouraged me to be the best I could be, and his knowledge of sports was unsurpassed. Mike and Laurie showed interest in us "kids" and always made me feel welcome. A loving guy from a loving family. I count myself fortunate to have had these experiences and I will never forget Paul. Sending love to the Feldmeth family and all the Valley crew who might read this note.
I was very sorry to hear of Paul's passing. Paul was one of a kind, and we all had alot of great times growing up around him. Paul was the guy that would make everyone laugh with one of his comments or actions, and would often bear the brunt of the jokes. Paul was always a very loyal friend, and always wanted only the best for everyone. Although I haven't seen him in many years, he will always be one of the memorable people that I had the pleasure of knowing. Rest In Peace My Friend.
Paul Was A Great Guy With A Heart Of Gold,
I Had The Pleasure To Know Him For About Five Years And He Always Had A Way Of Making Me Feel Great About Myself, Paul Never Met My Family But Always Asked About Them, Paul Would Always Tell Me I Was “True Blue” A Real Friend, He Will Truly Be Missed
A genuine nice guy who could cook a steak like no other. He always made me feel welcome in his home and I know he is at peace in Heaven. Thanks for being a friend, Paul. You’ll be missed by many. God Bless.
First, our prayer for PJ from me and Marilyn, that “God may grant him peace in a place where there is neither sickness, nor sorrow, nor sighing, but life everlasting.”
Next, our confirmation of his love for the woods near Webster’s Pond as a boy. In particular we remember his delight at finding of a treasure-trove of antique ginger beer bottles in a spring there.
Further, our last meeting with PJ was at a Chief’s ballgame. By chance he sat right in front of us. We had our grandson with us and he was most pleased to meet with another baseball pitcher, especially so because PJ pitched a no-hitter for Corcoran High School.
And to cap off the encounter, PJ presented our grandson with a new baseball. As my old Army Sergeant would say, “Need I say more?”
Finally, it’s a sad day when one loses a Feldmeth. Our heartfelt sympathy to you all.
My friend you were like a brother too me. I will miss our times at the house eating popcorn and watching scary movies with Angie and the puppies. Having our laughs on the back patio and beating you in ladder golf. God has another Angel in Heaven, make Him Proud. Love and Miss You!
Omgosh. I’m shocked. PJ so young n wonderful person. He was like kin to my family growing up being our next door neighbor n my bros good friend. I cherished all those days and the people of that neighborhood. I know PJ loved his family and his parents - who wouldn’t ? great people !! Take heart in knowing he is happy with them now N thank you all for the fond memories Bye for now PJ til we meet again- peace ! Much love n namaste!!!
I was so shocked to hear about Paul. I am very sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of him & the family. He was a good person with a huge heart, & would give the shirt off his back, to anyone that needed help or support. Fly high with the Angels Paul.. God just received a special one.
My dear brother, PJ, which I always called you, you have gone too soon. I remember mom making me babysit you,got out of school a few times to do this. You loved going up into the woods behind the cemetery with your buddies, you knew those woods so well. Remember all the fun family times, I so wish we had more time with you. Give mom and dad hugs and love to all the relatives. I cant believe that you are gone. I will miss you my dear baby brother.
I will miss your undying enthusiasm and high fives. I’ll make sure you will always be in my children’s memories... say hi to grandma Jeanne and grandpa jack for us. You are all missed!!!! I’ll keep an eye on dad and laurie for you!!!!
Amanda, Tom, Aunt Laurie, Daddy Mike, Diane, Jocelyn, Violet, Freddie, and Aviva
My condolences to the family and you are truly in my prayers
I worked with Paul for many years. He always greeted me with a friendly hello. There were numerous times where I was bringing a patient to a test and he would hold the elevator for me. Paul’s hard work, kind gestures, and dedication to his job did not go unnoticed. My condolences to Angie and family. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you during this difficult time.
Angie, Cannot begin to tell you how shocked and saddened I am to hear of Paul's passing. Blessings and prayers to you and all his loved ones during this sad time and long after. Love, Bev Madison
I didn't know Paul very long. Which I am very sad to say. When I saw Paul he was such a delight to be around. Always had a kind word to say. He is going to be greatly missed. I wish him the best in his next journey. RIP Paul.