R. Stutzmann & Son


Paul F. Lindner

March 25, 1953January 10, 2021

Paul F. Lindner was born on March 25, 1953 and passed away on January 10, 2021 and is under the care of R. Stutzmann & Son.

Committal Service will be held on January 14, 2021 at 12:00 pm at St. Charles/Resurrection Cemeteries, 2015 Wellwood Avenue, West Babylon, NY.

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  • Committal Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021


Paul F. Lindner

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Ed Maulick

June 13, 2021

Paul played keyboard in the first band I was ever in at our summer hangout at White Haven Poconos. Lots of good memories. Kindest man I ever knew. Always cheerful.

Frank DelBagno

May 16, 2021

Paul was a kind and gentle person. Very intelligent and often I would talk about religion with him. He was just a wonderful fellow and pray that God blesses him with a peaceful eternal life.

Tom Sheridan

February 7, 2021

I had not seen Paul for about 30 years when a voice called to me in a store a few years ago " Hey did you go to Molloy ? " I turned and saw Paul , smiling enthusiastically as always , all set to catch up on things. We did that and I enjoyed every moment. Several months later the exact same thing happened except we had found a new store to hold up the line in. He mentioned how he still had close contact with several Stanners including Ray, Jim and Henry. There is never enough time and his passing will be felt by many. If you were lucky enough to know Paul, well maybe you are just as blessed as he was. God bless you Paul.

Phiip Leggio

February 5, 2021

Paul was one of the first people I met at Molloy H.S.. He was in my homeroom for 4 years and remained one of the nicest people I knew. He was a big Jefferson Airplane fan which we had in common and I was so taken by his passion for music and interest in world events. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him

Stephen Matteini

February 5, 2021

As a classmate and teammate of Paul at AMHS we spent countless hours together circling the track. He was a kind soul who always had a smile for everyone and never a cross word. God rest his soul.

George Lamb

January 22, 2021

I was saddened to learn of the death of Paul. He was truly a gentle man. Paul was a disciple of the Church Benevolent rather than the church Militant. He lived the faith he taught. He was an example for me
Rest in peace, Paul.

George Lamb

Henry Pitman

January 13, 2021

I never knew Paul to utter an angry word or express a negative feeling no matter what life threw at him. He was always happy and up beat and always an inspiration. He was a great friend with whom I shared countless laughs, and I shall miss him greatly. Ave atque vale.