In Memory

Paul L. Doll - Class Of 1961

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05/20/14 10:53 AM #1    

Jane E Drake (Brody) (1963)

Paul Doll was one of the brightest, funniest, and most talented friend I ever had.  As so many of our generation, he struggled with his gayness, and died of AIDS.  He lived in New Orleans where he was a restauranteur.  He is missed.


05/20/14 03:37 PM #2    

Alyce A Gilbert (Briggs) (1961)

Paul was a unique talent whom I first met in Playground Trailer Theatre when we were both twelve.

He was a skilled actor, clever artist, great cook and an organizer of many outings.  He was invaluable in the mounting of Tonia Toppers "61 and a well spring of ideas on all projects.

Before going into the resturant business, Paul was a teacher of TV production at he University of

Ilinois, and Tulane University in New Orleans.  He had many devoted friends in both Milwaukee and

New Orleans.



05/21/14 02:41 PM #3    

Robin A Friedman (1965)

Paul Doll was several years ahead of me at Washington.  I remember him well as an actor from the old Porter Players at JCC.

05/22/14 09:22 AM #4    

Janelle K Konrad (Jacobs) (1963)

I knew Paul from the Babes in Arms production at the JCC. I didn't know him well, but every time I saw him, he made me feel good and made me smile.

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