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Paul's obituary

8-year-old paul scala died Friday morning after being diagnosed with a brain tumor almost one year ago.

At 12:30 this morning, our sweet, kind, bright, wise, loving, joyful person, Paul scala, left the physical body that could no longer support his spirit.

"We are so grateful for the kindness and generosity of our incredible community that allowed us to take his time so phenomenal, so special and so joyous," frank shared.

"We were able to make accommodations in our home to make it comfortable and fun for him, so that he could enjoy all of his time in his favorite place, at home with his family."

Clare words are filled with sorrow gratitude in her post, as she shares paul love of school, and offers condolences to those whose lives paul influenced.

"I know many hearts will be hurting, and many people, especially frank and I, will feel lonely and lost without him; we rely so much on his wisdom and courage, to guide us,

paul character was one of joy, kindness, and wisdom,

In May 2019, Paul told his dad, "I think we have about the best life we could have. It’s not a life of perfection, it’s a life of, like, change and discovery."

The legacy paul is leaving behind is one that man will never forget.

I don’t know what my purpose will be in this new chapter without my best friend, but I will take all of the lessons he taught me, and the character that he helped me to develop with me as I go forward,. "I hope that one day I’ll be as brave, kind and exemplary a person as paul is."

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