Paul Sheren


It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing 
of Paul Sheren, Sandglass Theater's beloved board member.  
He is greatly missed and will not be soon forgotten.  
He spent his last hours in the company of cousins, 
Gabrielle Tenzer, Christopher Frank, Elizabeth Craynon 
Frank, and his beloved husband, Miguel Romero.

Miguel asks that in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite animal shelter.

“I will miss Paul very much.  He was not only an inspiring board member – kind, correct, thorough, engaged, socially conscious, and always ready to volunteer — he was one of the finest human beings I’ve ever met.  If the world were filled with people like Paul Sheren we would have universal peace, fairness, respect and gentle humor.  We have been blessed by his contributions and his legacy.”
~ Eric Bass

“It is always sad to see one of the Sandglass family leave us. Though away in a foreign country I remember Paul as a kind and thoughtful member of the Board. His insights were genuinely appreciated and stirred many to action.”
~ Bill Menezes

”He was a wonderful person who brought intelligence, humor, and tact to all his dealings with Sandglass, and shared many useful models for ways of thinking and acting on behalf of the organization that I think we had not considered before.”
~ Nancy Eddy

”What a beautiful man Paul was. The Sandglass board was deeply enriched by his participation – and his cookies as well!”
~ Coni Richards

“Paul was heart and soul! He always had encouragement, advice, good humor, great cookies, and a calm and compassionate analysis of what was going on, no matter the subject.”
~ Michael Hanish

“Paul inspired me with this great thoughts, cheered me with his kind heart, and created a sense of peace with his wise soul. I will miss him as a part of the Sandglass family and as a dear friend.”
~ Shoshana Bass

“I didn’t know Paul for very long, but I had the pleasure of working with him on the board at Sandglass for about a year. He was the one who first reached out to me about joining the board and just through who he was and his commitment to the organization demonstrated why I wanted to be involved as well. He was always generous, kind and clear about what he wanted to express, and very encouraging to me as I was finding my own footing on the board and later when I assumed the role of board president. I will miss him, and my deepest condolences go out to his family and to his husband Miguel for their loss. I know that Paul was truly a wonderful human, and it is apparent he will be deeply missed.”
~ Sharon Fantl
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