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Paul Vestigo

December 16, 1943February 4, 2020

Paul Vestigo was born on December 16, 1943 and passed away on February 4, 2020.


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Rob Ripchick

February 17, 2020

I met Paul in the early 90's when I sold an an airplane for him. A great pilot and an amazing man. He has been one of my closest friends ever since. There are no words to describe the extent of the positive influence he has had in my life. He not only celebrated my successes in life he helped me through some of my my most difficult times. My life is so much better for having known him and I have no doubt he had the same profound effect on all. He will be forever loved and missed.

Paul Griffith

February 10, 2020

I first came across Paul about 12 years ago. He always seemed unfazed by the hustle of Brooklyn New York. In winter There he was tanned in shorts and T-shirt and hiking boots. I was so intrigued this is exactly who I aspire to be.
A few years later we found out the parents of his godchildren and I were friends. From there I got to know Paul a lot better and he instilled some of his wisdom on me. His sense of loyalty, honesty, generosity we’re unparalleled.
Please let me be half the man the Paul was.

Mila Mussatt

February 8, 2020

You gave more than I could explain. You were a stoic and humble presence that encouraged me to learn about the world around me, and expand my horizons. I love you, and thank you.

Nolan Mussatt

February 5, 2020

I remember how fun Pauly was and he would take us all around NYC. I knew that he always tried to be as active as he could. Pauly made me really happy whenever we saw him in the summer and I always enjoyed his company. I know how much he cared about us. I will always miss you Pauly.

Love ,

Ellin Irwin

February 5, 2020

Paul and my ex were friends and business partners 40 years ago and we all spent alot of time together . I have so many great memories of flying with Paul as he practiced stalls- eeks and great boating adventures. Paul was one of a kind- followed his own path and a wonderful friend. Always upbeat and fun to be around and will be missed so much by those whose lives he touched. So sad to hear about his passing. Godspeed my friend.

Joseph Copeland

February 5, 2020

Paul was a wonderful friend for 26 years and probably one of the best things that ever happened to our expanded family he was a mentor and a godsend to four of our grandchildren and made one of the best surrogate fathers we could ever hope for our love goes out to him I know he has a very special place in heaven right now